- Renovations underway at Scotty’s Castle, the bizarre and beautiful mansion in Death Valley
- Friday, June 14, 2019
- Imagine driving through the desert, passing endless mountains, sagebrush, cactuses and Joshua trees. The sun is beating down, and you haven’t seen a sign of human life for miles, other than the occasional gas station. Out of nowhere, you spot something in the distance ...
- Knudsen, Diaz and Seaman win races, reshaping the Las Vegas City Council
- Tuesday, June 11, 2019
- Voters in Las Vegas elected three new representatives to the Las Vegas City Council on Tuesday in one of the biggest shakeups to the body in at least a decade. Former city employee Brian Knudsen was elected to ...
- Taxes and fees: Where marijuana money is going in Nevada
- Monday, June 10, 2019
- Weeks before the end of the Nevada legislative session, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced plans to use revenue generated from the state’s marijuana excise sales tax to ...
- How do we plan and design for Las Vegas' rapidly warming climate?
- Friday, June 7, 2019
- Temperatures have risen in almost every city in the United States since 1970, but no metropolitan area is heating up as quickly as Las Vegas. That’s according to a report released in April by ...
- Las Vegas Ward 3 attack ads funded by Badlands developer
- Thursday, June 6, 2019
- The company denies harboring any ill-will toward Olivia Diaz, saying it sent money to the political action committee believing it would go toward efforts to recall Badlands critic and former Ward 2 city councilman Steve Seroka ...
- Cash bail, contraceptive measures among those that failed in Nevada legislative session
- Thursday, June 6, 2019
- Here’s a look at some of the measures that didn’t pass prior to the legislative deadline on Monday at the Nevada Legislature ...
- Despite possible pay raises, Clark County teachers union says strike still on
- Tuesday, June 4, 2019
- Following the end of the Nevada legislative session late Monday night, the Clark County Education Association announced that its proposed CCSD teacher strike is still on.
- In crowded Ward 2 council race, most keep quiet on Badlands battle
- Sunday, June 2, 2019
- A debate over the redevelopment of a closed golf course in one of the Valley’s wealthiest neighborhoods was the defining issue in the 2017 Las Vegas City Council race in Ward 2.
- Conservation groups find unsafe lead levels in recreational Lovell Canyon
- Saturday, June 1, 2019
- Lead concentrations more than 30 times above safe levels have been identified in the soil of some portions of Lovell Canyon, a hiking and recreational area in the Spring Mountains west of Red Rock Canyon ...
- Clark County teachers affirm strike commitment if funding falls short
- Friday, May 31, 2019
- The association is demanding that state lawmakers allocate more funding to Clark County schools to increase resources, reduce class sizes and raise teacher salaries, as promised by Gov. Steve Sisolak ...
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Miranda joins the Sun after working for a year and a half at the Medford Transcript, a local newspaper outside Boston. The native New Yorker is a graduate of Tufts University in Boston, where she studied environmental studies and urban planning.
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