Newspapers around the nation have been in trouble for many years. As readership of print editions has declined – and along with it the advertising dollar – many newspapers have instituted paywalls for their online editions.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Nevada Supreme Court says a profit-sharing dispute between the owners of the Las Vegas Sun and crosstown rival Las Vegas Review-Journal newspapers belongs before a third-party arbitrator.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A lawyer for owners of the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper told a judge Tuesday he'll appeal her decision to hear a profit-sharing dispute with cross-town rival and joint-operating partner, the Las Vegas Sun.
Governor Brian Sandoval will now speak Tuesday evening at the Republican National Convention, after Monday's events were canceled due to approaching Tropical Storm Isaac. We talk with Las Vegas Sun political reporter Anjeanette Damon about the speech and the importance of Gov. Sandoval being among a new group of Republican state leaders being touted as the future of the party.
The president has released his budget for 2013. How will it affect Nevadans? The Las Vegas Sun's Karoun Demirjian joins us to discuss the president's budget as well as the vote on the payroll tax and why three Nevada colleges are looking for public lands to exand on.
Sheriff Doug Gillespie says we need to overhaul the coroner's inquest process. He even wrote a guest column in the Las Vegas Sun last week, explaining why it needs more transparency. But he's facing opposition from the Police Protective Association, and dealing with the effects of a lawsuit from that same police union. So where does Sheriff Gillespie want to improve the inquest process? How will this deter future shootings? Do you have a question for Sheriff Gillespie on the inquest process?