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- Say no to oil and gas exploration
- More than half of our state is public land, belonging to the American people. The land is rich with mountain landscapes, deserts dusted with cacti, fresh river streams, wildlife and irreplaceable biodiversity. If we don’t protect our public land …
- Why Trumponomics was a flop
- President Donald Trump has pursued two main economic policies. On taxes, he has been an orthodox Republican, pushing through big tax cuts for corporations and the wealthy, which his administration promised would lead to a huge surge in business investment. On trade, he has broken with his party’s free(ish) trade …
- Roundups revive debate over how to limit ever-expanding wild horse populations
- Wild horses throughout Nevada are being rounded up this summer through emergency gathers facilitated by the Bureau of Land Management. BLM officials say the removals are necessary for preservation of the land and protection of the herds, as sources of water are …
- Louis the Child’s uplifting EDM is soundtracking everything
- Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett grew up skateboarding and watching extreme sports on TV. Now, as Louis the Child, they’re supplanting pop-punk to become the main sound of the X Games.
- Sun on the Strip Podcast: Allegiant Stadium, El Loco, the STRAT, O, Crack Shack and more
- Longtime Strip headliner Frank Marino is joining the cast of “Legends in Concert” in September at the Tropicana.
- Lombardo: Effective policing requires a community effort
- Policing isn’t always about arresting the problem away. Sometimes, it’s about showing up. Being a part of the community means you gain understanding about the unique problems …
- It’s time to winnow the field of Democratic candidates
- Many Democrats, who understand that their policies will remain mere aspirations if Republicans retain control of the Senate, are exasperated that three of their aspiring presidents are not …
- Elsewhere: Henderson man sues city and police, saying Third Amendment rights violated
- A Nevada man is suing the city of Henderson and its police under the rarely-used Third Amendment, claiming that they unconstitutionally arrested him for obstruction …
- The Kats Report: Suit against Sunset Thomas offers new wrinkle in the oldest profession
- There are few “firsts” left in the world’s oldest profession, but never before has Sunset Thomas experienced this: She is being sued for not having …
- Elsewhere: NSA’s Verizon records collection: “Calm down,” Reid says
- The National Security Agency’s blanket request for Verizon to hand over all records of telephone calls within its system — both within the U.S. and …
- Canyon Springs Football 2012
Dec. 14, 2012 Their school, Canyon Springs High School on Alexander Road in North Las Vegas, near a pig farm whose stench lingers over the campus at times, is one of the poorest in the valley. This is the story of their football season.
- Grow House
Dec. 11, 2012 KSNV reports on a Metro raid of a marijuana grow operation at two Henderson homes.
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