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At roundtable, Susie Lee says she is an advocate for the LGBT community

At roundtable, Susie Lee says she is an advocate for the LGBT community

Posted 2:00 a.m.

Rep. Susie Lee held a roundtable Thursday to determine the best way forward to advance LGBTQ rights. Among the topics discussed were health issues, sensitivity training and ...

Nicholas Trutanich, U.S. attorney for the district of Nevada, speaks during a news conference at the Drug Enforcement Administration office in Las Vegas Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019. Daniel Neill, assistant special agent in charge for the DEA in Las Vegas, stands by at left. Officials discussed Operation Hypocritical Oath, an initiative targeting physicians who illegally prescribe controlled substances.

Steve Marcus / Las Vegas Sun

Nicholas Trutanich, U.S. attorney for the district of Nevada, speaks during a news conference at the Drug Enforcement Administration office in Las Vegas Thursday, Feb. 21, 2019. Daniel Neill, assistant special agent in charge for the DEA in Las Vegas, stands by at left. Officials ...

Feds unveil opioid crackdown aimed at Nevada doctors

Posted 2:00 a.m.

Medical professionals who illegally distribute opioids are no different than street drug dealers. At least that’s how they were described Thursday afternoon by federal officials, who announced preliminary results of Operation Hypocritical Oath, an effort to ...

Sun editorial

Transportation infrastructure must keep pace with a changing county

Transportation infrastructure must keep pace with a changing county

Posted 2:00 a.m.

We need to invest in the government machinery necessary to move ahead as quickly and safely as possible on projects such as …

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Forget Netflix — The real joy of movies is still in theaters

In this Feb. 19, 2018, file photo, Mari Copeny, third from left, watches a free screening of the film "Black Panther" with more than 150 children, after she raised $16,000 to provide free tickets in Flint Township, Mich.

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In this Feb. 19, 2018, file photo, Mari Copeny, third from left, watches a free screening of the film "Black Panther" with more than 150 children, after she raised $16,000 to provide free tickets in Flint Township, Mich.

Posted 31 mins ago

Sure, it's easy to Netflix and chill these days. Or Prime and recline. Or Hulu and ... well, whatever. But if you really want to savor a film, there's still no substitute for a movie theater. Turns out that there are few better ways to rediscover the joy of heading ...