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Memorial Day is a reminder of the service and sacrifice made by our military veterans.
Some of the rising stars in the galaxy of Democratic Party presidential hopefuls came through Las Vegas this weekend, stressing organized labor and living wages.
100 days in office.
Governor Steve Sisolak, a former Clark County commissioner, passed that milestone last week.
A long civil court fight ended last week with a bankruptcy judge’s decision to award a partial victory to a group of locals who claimed they were defrauded by the son of the late Governor Kenny Gui
Lucy Flores returns to the public sphere with a revelation about former vice president Joe Biden.
It’s safe to say Nevada Senator Harry Reid has had an impact on Nevada.
From land and environmental issues to the very structure of the Democratic party here.
When Kelvin Atkinson resigned this week as state Se
The news that casino king Sheldon Adelson is being treated for a form of cancer is just the latest story to shake up the gaming industry.
The Oscars are over. Cooper and Gaga did their amazing duet--which, by the way, they did first in Las Vegas as a sort of practice--and the best of the best were chosen.
Francillon Pierre's disappearance from the Broad Acres Swap Meet in 1986 has eaten away at homicide detectives in North Las Vegas for years.
Recent news that the U.S.
One of the biggest players in Las Vegas’ casino history didn’t own the most hotels, but billionaire and former Riviera owner Meshulam Riklis made his mark on the Strip.
A state ethics complaint alleging bias in a short-term rental appl
Joe Neal was the first African American elected to Nevada’s Senate, a position he held for 32 years.
Last week, Nevada’s governor and attorney general were sworn in to
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman will run for a third term. She announced her plans last week.
New leaders in Carson City mean new ideas are starting to percolate.
Last week, Las Vegan Edwin
Laborers Local 872, which was a big supporter of the Raiders Stadium in Las Vegas, continues to face internal problems.
The last of those nasty television ads have been broadcast.
Boulder City residents continue to buzz about the potential health risks of asbestos in their community -- not the kind used as insulation in commercial construction, but the sort commonly found in
The Global Gaming Expo is in full swing in Las Vegas.
Gaming industry insiders from around the world are here to see the latest games and talk about the newest trends.
It happens every year.
Visiting journalists are critical of the debauchery of Las Vegas. You know, the gambling, the smoking indoors, illegal prostitution and all the rest.
A man recently released from Nevada's prison system after serving some 26 years for a third offense of selling drugs got John L.
There are ghosts in Nevada, they say. They live in the Goldfield or Mizpah hotels.