The 2012 NFL season is only three weeks old, with the Monday Night game still to go, but there are some incredibly strange things going on. No way could anyone predict what has gone on so far, and it just doesn’t look like it is going to get normal any time soon.
Nevada lawmakers face another big deadline and marathon floor sessions when the 12th week of the Nevada Legislature begins Monday. On Tuesday, all non-budget bills not otherwise exempt must pass out of their house of origin […]
Lawmakers in Carson City discussed a pair of bills to combat distracted driving yesterday.
School reforms, prisons, concealed weapons, water rights, gender identity and more budget reviews are scheduled to be discussed as the Nevada Legislature enters the fifth week of a 120-day session Monday. On Monday the Senate Judiciary […]
Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Sue Lowden claims she can’t pay off her debts.
The 76th session of the Nevada Legislature started on a tone of civility and bipartisanship Monday, as lawmakers in both houses agreed to two resolutions.
Verizon Wireless is discussing a new fee structure for data services.
Verizon Wireless has agreed to the largest settlement payout in the Federal Communications Commission’s history to clear up a controversy over so-called “mystery fees.”
You’ve heard of “sticker shock.” These days, the Feds are trying to do something about what’s some people call “cell shock.”