The covert operation was the first known example of a European Union member state hacking the critical infrastructure of another.
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Lenders issued more default notices last month but overall kept pulling back on foreclosure filings in Las Vegas.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday are expected to approve $200 million in bonds for the expansion and renovation of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The party’s over in downtown high-rises — that’s the message Las Vegas officials sent this week as the city continues to crack down on short-term rentals.
A federal grand jury indicted 13 Russian nationals and three Russian entities accused of interfering with U.S. elections and political processes, U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s office said on Friday.
Orange County Superior Court Judge Geoffrey Glass Wednesday upheld a decision by the county’s retirement board to reduce the pension of Orange County Public Works executive Carlos Bustamante, following Bustamante’s criminal convictions for sexually assaulting women who worked for him at the county.
An agreement brokered by a federal judge to provide motel rooms to the 400 homeless people estimated to still be living next to the Santa Ana River received its final approval Thursday, with unanimous votes from the county Board of Supervisors to ratify and implement the agreement.
“Where’s Voice of OC?”
Over the last five years, Mott Haven in the South Bronx has gone through a resurgence with such speed that the new vitality of the neighborhood has caught many people off guard.
Usda Accused of Disseminating “Corporate Propaganda” Backing Agribusiness Switch of Organics to (soil-less) Hydroponic Production
Regulators Bypass Expert Panel, Endorse Organic Practices Banned Worldwide
FOIA Documents, Witnesses Indicate Collusion, USDA Organic Program in Turmoil: Formal Complaint Filed with Office of Inspector General
The city of Las Vegas is looking for a nonprofit to operate the city’s planned Corridor of Hope courtyard.
A startling drug trafficking case out of south Florida is especially disturbing because the illegal immigrant caught with more than half a million dollars in crystal methamphetamine had been deported three times in three months shortly before the drug bust.
When it comes to mass violence, the Clark County School District has been lucky.
The total fertility rate of the United States fell below the replacement level for the ninth straight year in 2016, according to the final birth data report for that year published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Las Vegas’ office market was left for dead during the recession as job losses soared and buildings emptied.
Inside INdiana Business is reporting that a survey ranks the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinarian Teaching Hospital number one in North America.
Inside INdiana Business is reporting that the president of the Indiana Manufacturers Association says, to fill the growing number of openings in Indiana’s manufacturing sector and beyond, the state needs to ramp up efforts to increase its population.
Around 5:38 p.m. Thursday on I-65 northbound near the 184 mile marker, a trooper stopped a car for a minor traffic violation and ended up arresting three people on drug and weapons charges.
Port St Lucie Police Investigate and Arrest a 14 Year Old Juvenile for Making Threats, Via Social Media, to Shoot Up His School
On Friday, February 16th, 2018, Police and Detectives began an investigation into a threat made by a 14 year old juvenile, Gregory Allen Deal, to shoot up his school after he was suspended for 10 days.
A Lonoke County woman was wounded Wednesday after she reportedly fired a gun at local law enforcement officers who had responded to a call of shots being fired.
The Fordyce School Board met Monday night for their regular meeting. They had a rather lengthy agenda but Superintendent of Schools Dr. Albert Snow said there was nothing controversial. Dr. Snow said so far flu cases in the Fordyce School District have been pretty low.
Deadline to pay your entry fee for the 5th Annual Razorback Round-up wild hog hunt is Monday, February 19, at 5pm. The event, sponsored by the Arkansas Dog Hunters Association will be held next weekend, February 22 thru the 24. The hunt kicks off at
New charges have been filed against a Waterloo man accused in the stabbing death of a Red Bud man last month.
The Perryville Police Department has two suspects in custody and are looking for a third in connection with a string of tire vandalisms throughout the city Thursday night.
The annual Chester High School Cheer Camp was a very big success for 2018. The event took place Monday, Wednesday and Thursday February 5, 7 and 8 at Chester High School’s Juergen’s Gymnasium.
From the Chaffee Country Democrats Website. Precinct caucuses will take place at 7pm Tuesday, March 6th at the following locations:
Member of the Buena Vista community attended a presentation ceremony at Clearview Community Church in BV where Shield 616 presented the BVPD with 10 sets of tactical gear to outfit each officer.
U.S. District Judge David O. Carter began walking the length of the entire Santa Ana River homeless camp before sunrise Wednesday getting a firsthand look at the sprawling camp, stopping to talk with homeless people and even pulling trash out of the river.
The state pension system, known as CalPERS, has told the Rancho Santiago Community College District to reverse changes to Chancellor Raul Rodriguez’s salary because the contract approved by the district’s board is “prohibited under retirement law.”
Orange County officials and attorneys for homeless people, pushed by a federal judge, reached agreement Wednesday on a short-term plan to move and provide shelter for nearly 400 people living along the Santa Ana Riverbed, the largest homeless camp in the county.
The new segment of the Schuylkill River Trail is now open for business.
Councilmember Francisco Moya chaired the Jerome Avenue rezoning hearing on February 7.
There is much to digest in the statement that came on Thursday afternoon from the state capitol indicating that Governor Cuomo is open to declaring a state of emergency at NYCHA.
New York businesses and residents affected by severe storms and flooding from July 1 through July 24, 2017, can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Administrator Linda McMahon announced today.
NV Energy has requested to pass through to all its Nevada customers a revenue reduction of $83.7 million as a result of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
More than a year after American diplomats began to suffer strange, concussion-like symptoms in Cuba, a U.S. investigation is no closer to determining how they were hurt or by whom, and the FBI and CIA are at odds over the case. A ProPublica investigation reveals the many layers to the mystery — and the political maneuvering that is reshaping U.S.-Cuba relations.
The Raiders are scheduled to land in Las Vegas in 2020. So might the NFL draft.
In a Tedx Talk at the University of Nevada a couple of weeks ago, investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson revealed the origins of the “fake news” narrative that was aggressively pushed by the liberal media and Democrat politicians during the 2016 election, and how it was later flipped by President Donald Trump.
Yet another chunk of Interstate 11 is scheduled to open Tuesday, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
The IRS is still paying bonuses to nearly 2,000 bad employees, including more than two dozen who were actual tax-cheats themselves, the agency’s inspector general said in a new report this week.
Oak Orchard Health is pleased to announce that Joseph Zaremba, DDS is accepting new patients in both the Brockport and Warsaw office locations.