Volunteers kicked off Green the Mountain and picked up trash Saturday in the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area.
Maggie McLetchie, a Las Vegas Review-Journal attorney since 2012, received the Nevada Press Association’s First Amendment champion award for 2018 on Saturday night.
Local judge acts like liberal Supreme Court justices
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One year ago tomorrow, the unthinkable happened. The October 1 murders devastated families and tore gaping holes in the Las Vegas community. We’ll never again think that it can’t happen here.
“I guess that’s really it; I feel like I don’t have to prove myself. I don’t have to prove anything,” Dion says. “When you don’t have to prove anything, it gives you a lot of space.”
Expect cooler temperatures and some rain for the Las Vegas Valley early next week, thanks to Hurricane Rosa.
January marked three months since the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting that changed the Melanson sisters’ lives. Now they faced a pivotal time for their growing business, balanced with their mom’s hospital stay and their own physical and emotional healing.
North Korea needs more trust in the U.S. and their developing relationship before it will get rid of its nuclear weapons, Pyongyang’s top diplomat said Saturday as an envoy from another of the international community’s biggest worries — Syria — demanded that the U.S., France and Turkey withdraw their troops from his civil-war-wracked country.