Can Nevada Democrats Beat the Odds?

Hunter Cain, a 42-year-old military veteran with an astounding nine university and associates’ degrees, is running as a progressive Democrat for a seat on the Clark County Commission. He doesn’t agree with his son James, who is one of 36 young men he has either adopted or served as a foster parent to over. .…

In light of tragedy, UNLV continues to overcome

As UNLV The Scarlet & Gray- It is not enough It is not enough to say “we are strong” It is not enough to say “we will overcome this” It is not enough to send “thoughts and prayers” It is not enough to feel “lucky” or “blessed” it was not me It is not enough…

UNLV cancels finals, gives students ‘alternatives’ for exams, winter commencement

AS VEGAS (KTNV) — Following the deadly shooting at UNLV that left three people dead, students and faculty have been posing many questions about the state of final exams and winter commencement. Students even took to starting several petitions online calling for the suspension of finals altogether. . . . Read Hunter Cain’s Comments at…

Heroic Student Veteran Steps in to Protect Peers

“While it was never said out loud, I knew, my son knew, the whole room knew that if the shooter were to come into this room, I would be the first one to jump into action.” Dedicated UNLV student, foster parent, and United States Army Veteran Hunter Cain told Veteran Reporter News these harrowing words last…

UNLV students impacted by shooting on campus urge action on gun violence prevention

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — In the wake of the killings of three educators on the UNLV campus last week, a group of students urged action on gun violence prevention. Students who were present during the shooting partnered with Rise Nevada to voice their concerns on Thursday. . . . Read more at KTNV Las Vegas – Channel…

‘What could have happened to me?’ Survivors recall terror of UNLV shooting’

UNLV student Hunter Cain guarded the door of room 208, inside UNLV’s student union, after emergency alerts from university police lit up thousands of students’ phones across campus, telling them shots were fired and to “RUN-HIDE-FIGHT.”. . . Read more at the Nevada Independent.

Keeping it 100 with Mel and Bruce Interview of Hunter Cain

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Good with Money: Helping military members navigate finances

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