Set aside for a moment that the scale of professional sports as we know it wouldn’t exist without illegal (and now increasingly legal) bookmaking. It’s a simple truth, just not what we’ve been comfortable talking about.
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While the biggest corporate players along the resort corridor are busy counting their receipts from race day, there are countless venues that have plenty of reasons to be more frustrated than grateful for F1’s Las Vegas residency.
Banning an app that millions of voters use would further alienate the Republican Party from the generations who will control elections for decades to come. These are the very voters we most need to engage.
Instead of mostly relying on dams as we have in the past, we should focus on capturing water in underground aquifers, a strategy inspired by nature. These aquifers have an enormous amount of empty space.
Affordable, safe and reliable energy is the backbone of our state’s economy. It not only provides essential services to Nevadans but also serves as a magnet for new businesses, new industries and new jobs.
Desert National Wildlife Refuge is the largest refuge in the continental U.S., protecting some 1.6 million acres of prime habitat for desert bighorn sheep, as well as desert tortoise habitat and key springs vital for wildlife.
Railroad Valley is the only home for the Railroad Valley toad, an endemic species whose habitat is limited to a single small spring in the valley. It’s also been used by NASA to calibrate satellites for decades.
For all that Oakland Athletic's owner John Fisher has received for a sorry media strategy and even worse public outreach, he’s getting just about everything he wanted. And he’s wanted out of Oakland for a long time.
Nevada is a land full of romance, absurdity and promise all at once — offering a plethora of reasons for almost anyone to fall in love with the people, places and diversity that can be found within our borders.
The rugged, glacier-carved Ruby Mountains and their streams serve as a stronghold of native cutthroat trout and other wildlife, while providing an abundance of world-class public land opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Whether history remembers the Nevada attorney general’s investigation of the state GOP’s attempted use of a slate of false electors in 2020 as a righteous cause or a political footnote, you must admit that it’s overdue.
It’s important to support the labor and commitment of artists, the time and practice it takes to make something that has legs to stand on. We can elevate art every day by being patient, even in fast-moving Las Vegas.
Since I don’t usually believe in offering criticism without offering a constructive alternative, I’m going to recommend some in-state travel. They’re all far more entertaining than anything on any cable news channel.
Despite being a central metropolitan hub that attracts millions of tourists each year, the valley lacks an essential component of modern urban transportation networks: a light rail or tram public transit option.
Veterans Day is a somber celebration of unity and pride. There are 16.2 million veterans in the U.S. and nearly 200,000 in Nevada, all with a story. They deserve the recognition due them, especially on Nov. 11.
It is through acts of service that we can make a lasting impact on our communities. By harnessing the power of local service, a national program can empower individuals to rise above personal limitations and contribute to the greater good.