IN A horrific explosion of senseless violence, Justin Michael Mullis strolled up to a McDonald’s drive-through window and coldbloodedly fired a shot that killed an innocent worker, high schooler Kylee Leniz, cops charge.
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NO ESCAPE FOR EPSTEIN MADAM!
Former child slaves deliver their verdict: Maxwell's GUILTY!
VAMPIRE WIFE DRAWS BLOOD IN UGLY SPLIT!
Brands hubby Ioan’s squeeze a homewrecker
HUBBY ABANDONS EPSTEIN MADAM!
Love rat deserts her sinking ship
DUCT TAPE MURDERS!
Jersey she-devil busted for killing own innocent kids
KATHIE LEE GETS FLIRTY WITH MARRIED CRAIG!
Romance with insurance hunk on thin ice
BREAKTHROUGH! NEW WONDER DRUG REVERSES ALZHEIMER'S!
The medication helps heal damaged nerves, scientists say
CARS CADRIC TREATED PAULINA LIKE DIRT!
AGING supermodel Paulina Porizkova bared the ugly truth behind her fractured marriage to late Cars star Ric Ocasek, claiming the rude rocker made her “feel worthless as a woman!”
FREED BRITNEY SETTLING SCORE
Looking to sue Dad for abuse
BILL'S FINALLY HAD ENOUGH OF HILLARY!
Plans $120M divorce after cheating death
BIDEN & KAMALA'S UGLY KNIFE FIGHT!
Behind public smiles, they’re ready to cut each other’s heart out
JUDGE HEARS FIGHT OVER LITHIUM MINE ON NEVADA OREGON LINE
Conservationists suing a federal agency over approval of a mine at the largest known U.S. deposit of lithium urged a judge to issue a temporary restraining order blocking excavations they say would disturb sacred tribal burial grounds near the Nevada-Oregon line.
America's Friendlist Summits
Some high points require expert skill, a bit of luck, and probably some suffering. Not these. Here are 15 peaks—high on views, low on effort—that don’t play hard to get.
BIG TECH, NEVADA REPAIR SHOPS CLASH OVER ‘RIGHT TO REPAIR'
Trade groups representing big tech companies faced off with independent repair shop owners during a committee hearing in the Nevada Legislature over a proposal that would require manufacturers to give repair shops the ability to fix devices like computers, phones, tablets and printers.
THAT MISSING YEARS OF XK120
Kieran Lillis explains the previously unrecorded and lost years of the 1951 Darwin to Alice Springs world record breaking XK120. How it survived unscathed is astounding.
IN NEVADA DESERT, A TECHNOLOGY FIRM AIMS TO BE A GOVERNMENT
In the Nevada desert, a cryptocurrency magnate hopes to turn dreams of a futuristic “smart city” into reality. To do that, he’s asking the state to let companies like his form local governments on land they own, which would grant them power over everything from schools to law enforcement.
Bassist Timothy B Schmit looks back on being asked to join the Eagles in 1977, just as they hit the big time.
How U.S. Colleges Are Keeping China's Lucrative Students
With travel thwarted, students enroll at partner campuses in Shanghai and other cities
COVID-19 Reinfections: What Do They Mean?
As many states begin to fully reopen after COVID-19 mandates, doctors are reporting the documented cases of COVID-19 reinfection. According to Medscape, a 25-year-old man in Nevada and a 42-year-old man in Virginia both experienced second bouts of the virus two months after testing positive the first time. A third, unconfirmed case was reported in Washington, though it hasn’t been thoroughly reviewed yet. This isn’t an unprecedented occurrence. Reinfections have been reported in other countries as well, including China, Belgium, India, Ecuador and the Netherlands.
Look quickly, a Chukar won't linger for long
Your word of the month is “gallinaceous.”
GOOGLE RECEIVES $25M TAX BREAK FROM NEVADA TO BUILD FACILITY
Google will receive more than $25 million in tax breaks after pledging an additional $600 million for a new data center in southern Nevada, state officials said.