- Teachers union leader discusses ESAs, improving at-risk schools and more
- Wednesday, June 14, 2017
- Ruben Murillo, president of the Nevada State Education Association, described the 2017 Nevada legislative session as a triumph for the state's public schools. Days after the session ended ...
- Analysts: U.S. economy will post 'slow, steady' growth
- Tuesday, June 13, 2017
- The U.S. economy will continue to post steady growth well into 2018, said two analysts this morning in Las Vegas. But how robustly the economy grows will hinge partly on a major wild card: Whether ...
- Gearhead heaven: Las Vegas motorcycle auction offers 600-plus bikes
- Friday, June 2, 2017
- Motorcycle enthusiasts can have their pick of more than 600 bikes from as far back as the early 1900s beginning today at the Mecum Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction. Among the rare machines that will go on the block are dirt bikes owned by the late actor Steve McQueen, a sidecar-equipped 1937 Harley Davidson and ...
- Horsepower never goes out of style: Auction is a love letter to old-school motorcycles
- Sunday, May 28, 2017
- More than 300 bikes will be on the block, including some of the fastest machines of their time and putt-putters that ran on lawn mower engines.
- Frustration and fear: What it's like to live near a Las Vegas squatter house
- Thursday, May 25, 2017
- Squatter homes speckle the Las Vegas Valley like a rash, but few stick out as badly as this one. It’s a white rancher in an older neighborhood, surrounded by properties with such features as water gardens, yard sculptures, mature shade trees and lush expanses of grass. The ranch home's grass, by contrast, has been scalped and scorched to a dark khaki color and ...
- Is Las Vegas building a new bubble? Analyst gives his take
- Wednesday, May 24, 2017
- Don’t worry, Las Vegas isn’t racing toward another economic cliff. So said analyst Jeremy Aguero this morning to business, community and government leaders at ...
- Architect bucks norm, calls Las Vegas a global pioneer in design
- Wednesday, April 19, 2017
- Las Vegas has taken a beating from the architecture establishment over the years, with critics characterizing the city’s resorts and casinos as a carnival of flash-over-substance designs — derivative, tacky and disposable. ...
- Las Vegas an architectural wasteland? No way, says author of new book
- Tuesday, April 18, 2017
- Las Vegas has taken a beating from the architecture establishment over the years, with critics characterizing the city’s resorts and casinos as a carnival of ...
- U.S.-Cuba ties could be boon for Las Vegas
- Thursday, April 6, 2017
- Las Vegas and Cuba are linked in history by gambling and organized crime, and for a while it seemed possible they could reconnect in an entirely above-board way. ...
- UNLV president discusses recent accolades, the medical school’s progress and sports teams’ future
- Sunday, April 2, 2017
- Approaching the midpoint of his five-year contract, UNLV President Len Jessup says he feels like he’s witnessing a renaissance. “It’s amazing all that’s happened just in the past two or three years,” he said. ...
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Ric covered beats ranging from police and courts to major-college sports before becoming a news columnist, opinion editor and now a news editor. Anderson spent 25 years with The Lawrence (Kan.) Journal-World and The Topeka (Kan.) Capital-Journal. He is a runner and a motorcyclist.
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