A brief history of Medicaid in Nevada and the people who depend on it

Elisa Castillo de Pena has washed dishes part time at Sunset Station for the past four years. The 37-year-old wants a full tim

Amid rising drug costs nationally, one state senator takes on diabetes in Nevada

Before she was diagnosed with diabetes six years ago, Soila Solano was an assistant manager at an alarm system installation co

As controversial legislation stalls, immigration debate looms large over Nevada

It seemed like a simple idea: provide Nevada immigrants with a modicum of security in an uncertain time by preventing law enfo

Compton to Carson: Jason Frierson’s historic path to power

It was the summer Jason Frierson graduated high school that N.W.A. dropped its debut album, “Straight Outta Compton.” It d

Nevada Democrats won the battle; Trump won the war

There was one man who spoke to the frustrations of the American people like no other this election cycle. The pundits and prog

Straight-talking, sometimes to a fault, Cresent Hardy reaches out to unlikely supporters

In the lobby of a North Las Vegas senior center hangs a pair of black-and-white portraits: on the left, the center’s namesak

Mormon sensibilities in Nevada bristle at the thought of backing Trump

Mormons in Nevada want a reason to like Donald Trump. Or at least the Republican ones — who make up the overwhelming majorit

How the Harry Reid-Culinary Union machine could shape Nevada’s general election

If the caucuses and primary were dress rehearsals, Nevada Democrats are starting to feel well-positioned for Nov. 8. Those wer

Citations for sale

Originally published in The Daily Californian, Dec. 5, 2014 The U.S. News and World Report rankings have long been regarded as

UC Berkeley officials declare emergency after explosion by California Hall

Originally published in The Daily Californian, Sept. 30, 2013 | Written in conjunction with Daily Cal senior staff reporter

Slain Oakland pet sitter was beloved, watchful

Originally published in The San Francisco Chronicle, July 25, 2013 | Written in conjunction with Chronicle staff reporter

City College’s accreditation loss stuns students

Originally published in The San Francisco Chronicle, July 4, 2013 | Photo by San Francisco Chronicle staff photographer Ian C

Heat wave to scorch Bay Area over weekend

Originally published in The San Francisco Chronicle, June 28, 2013 | Written in conjunction with Chronicle staff reporter H

Obama dogged by protesters on bay visit

Originally published in The San Francisco Chronicle, June 6, 2013 | Written in conjunction with Chronicle staff reporter J

City looks at past, future of Telegraph Avenue

Originally published in The Daily Californian, Mar. 18, 2013 | Photo by Daily Cal staff photographer Dean Ignacio For many Be

Affirmative action: A history of contention

Originally published in The Daily Californian, Oct. 7, 2012 | Photo by Daily Cal staff photographer Kristen Loken The role o