I have been following the stories about the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority for several months. There is corruption at the highest level, from the administration to the board. It’s all at taxpayer expense. Criminal charges should be filed against former CEO Rossi Ralenkotter and associates and the board replaced. The “swamp” is deep […]
The once-settled issue of constitutionally protected property rights will soon be revisited by America’s highest court in a case with implications for the City of the Las Vegas.
With a campaign season upon us, politicians and other usual suspects are again in full swing, promoting over-the-top rhetoric about how the world will end if we don’t vote a certain way. One area of unusual focus this year has been Question 3, a proposed amendment to the Nevada Constitution that would require the legislature […]
Friends and family gathered in Summerlin on Saturday to share memories of Mark Hinueber, a lawyer who passionately defended the First Amendment for more than four decades at the Las Vegas Review-Journal and other newspapers. He died last month at age 66.
Entrepreneur James Noel is trying to make Las Vegas’ home improvement industry more efficient.
Dylan Sanglay, 18, partners with nonprofit organizations such as Project 150, Convoy of Hope, CARE Complex and Help USA and more to provide clothes to homeless adults and youth.
If you’re looking to trade in your four-door sedan for something new and want to upgrade to a little more muscle, the 2019 Charger might be the perfect fit. Chapman Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram has three different models to choose from, the SXT, R/T and R/T Scat Pack, each of which features new performance upgrades, […]
Jason Aldean, onstage when the shooting started on Oct. 1, said Friday night prior to the iHeartRadio Music Festival’s opening night that he would be interested in a Las Vegas residency.