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Laura Loomer crossed paths with Sisolak at Starbucks, and confronted him about his plan to unconstitutionally BAN GUNS, make Nevada a SANCTUARY STATE, why he hasn’t given the Las Vegas shooting victims any of the $12 MILLION dollars that was raised for victims in a GofundMe created by Sisolak and Lombardo, and why he blocked the release of the Las Vegas Shooting evidence as Chair of Clark County commission.
Insects around the world are in a crisis, according to a small but growing number of long-term studies showing dramatic declines in invertebrate populations.
Popular science fiction of the early 20th century depicted Venus as some kind of wonderland of pleasantly warm temperatures, forests, swamps and even dinosaurs.
The powers of the mayor, the process for deciding how land is used, the responsibility for homeless services and oversight of the police are among the areas where the Charter lays down the law.
Iris De La Cruz, 23, says taking the Metro North from her home in Morris Heights to her job near Grand Central station cuts her commute time in half compared to taking the bus and subway, but she still only uses the line ‘once in a blue’ because it’s too expensive.
The construction of a new border structure in Calexico was recently completed, the Union-Tribune reports.
When housing advocates want to drive home how badly San Diego needs homes for middle-income families, they point to a grim statistic.
We also learned that Alpine police officer Ismael Hernandez
A minor was killed in a two vehicle accident near Russellville Saturday afternoon.
P.S. 42 Claremont Community School in the Bronx has one of the lowest rates of chronic teacher absences in the borough. Only 2.5 percent of its teachers missed 10 or more days of school in the 2015-2016 school year. Some 41 Bronx schools posted chronic absence rates of 30 percent or more.
A rendering of potential development in Two Bridges provided by the developers. Farthest left is the Extell tower, which is already nearing completion. The other four towers have yet to be approved and are the subject of the fight.
More than 30 million people have watched a video of an adorable sea turtle with a plastic straw stuck up its nose. Marine biologists pull the straw out with a pair of pliers. It’s excruciating to watch.
On August 28 Camden police stopped a car with a fictitious license plate and while talking to the driver the officer noticed the strong odor of marijuana.
Arkansas has nearly doubled the number of people removed from its expanded Medicaid program over a new work requirement that’s the subject of a federal lawsuit.
Over 5,000 marijuana plants and 500 pounds of bulk processed marijuana was seized in Lakeport last week.
Las Vegas City Council members say its too early to officially support a bill that would impose new rules for redeveloping open spaces.
Police have obtained records under county grand jury subpoenas in their investigation into $90,000 in Southwest Airlines gift cards secretly purchased by the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
A day after arriving in Las Vegas last month, Girlie Bloomquist and her family were living out of their minivan.
Robin Schwab told a local Hungarian immigrant named Magdolna Gulyas that she was a lawyer who could help get Gulyas’ husband released from ICE custody amid his active deportation order.
One well-documented problem for people with cases in immigration court is that the system, unlike criminal court, doesn’t require that people be represented by a lawyer. People who have a lawyer often have better outcomes than those who don’t.
Two more Washington State Patrol troopers plan to sue the state over carbon monoxide poisoning
the average retail price of a gallon of regular in the state is up six cents from Friday and twelve cents in the past week to $3.51
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking warns of genetically-enhanced “superhumans” in a book set to be published Tuesday.
“WE TRY TO LEARN EVERY TERRORIST ATTACK”:
The Washington Post, as it Shames Others, Continues to Pay and Publish Undisclosed Saudi Lobbyists and Other Regime Propagandists
IN THE WAKE of the disappearance and likely murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, some of the most fervent and righteous voices demanding that others sever their ties with the Saudi regime have, understandably, come from his colleagues at that paper.
Buyer’s Guide Highlights Brands Sourcing Exclusively from U.S. Farms
72 year old female found dead at her home in Altus, body sent to crime lab
Suspect sought in connection with the theft of a boat
Johnson County man treated at ER after accidentally shooting himself in the leg
Long time radio personality Duane Hamann passed way Sunday afternoon at the age of 77.
There were a number of cases filed in Ouachita County Circuit Court at the end of last week.
On August 11, The Sheriff’s Office received a forgery report from a Camden man identified as Jay Blevins who said a check he had written to a repairman was, instead, stolen from his house while he was at work. Blevins later discovered the repair man never showed up but the check was missing. When Blevins later contacted his bank he was told the stolen check had been cashed.
The Fordyce Redbugs traveled to El Dorado last Friday night and came away with 50 to 10 landslide over the Parkers Chapel Trojans.
On a chilly fall evening 20 years ago, thousands of curious tourists and locals ringed an eight-acre lake to get their first look at what would become a signature attraction of the Bellagio: the dancing fountains.
On October 16, the Florida Forest Service, in cooperation with Martin County’s Ecosystem Restoration and Management Division, plans to conduct a prescribed burn at Hawks Hammock Preserve.
A small team of state contractors is about halfway through a nearly six-week effort to close off 42 abandoned mine openings scattered throughout Gold Butte National Monument, about 90 miles northeast of Las Vegas.