Over the past 15 years, the Las Vegas Tribune has earned a solid reputation as the premier voice of the disenfranchised, those who formerly lacked a forum, whose suspicions and insights, whose thoughts were just brushed aside, disregarded, silenced.
The Las Vegas Tribune is wholly committed to uncovering injustice, holding corrupt politicians accountable for their actions, exposing police misconduct, and revealing government mismanagement. As Clark County, Nevada’s only true independent newspaper, the Las Vegas Tribune takes its civic responsibility seriously.
To stay as current as possible and encourage interaction among its readership, the Tribune is now only available online. Total commitment to the Las Vegas community unites the staff, which encourages anyone with a story- and evidence- of injustice, corruption, or wrongful accusation to step forward and speak up, unafraid. Editors proudly uphold their right and responsibility to protect their sources.
First published in 1998 by founder Rolando Larraz, the Las Vegas Tribune is now a weekly, published each Wednesday. Although specifically engaged with its Nevada beat, the Las Vegas Tribune enjoys thousands of loyal subscribers across the nation.
Our audience has appreciated Radio Tribune, a series of online radio broadcasts, since 2010. Tune in at noon weekdays to participate in host Rolando Larraz’s “Face the Tribune” show. Larraz never shrinks from the truth and is renowned for attracting surprise guests who speak to controversial issues.
We search for the truth, embrace the truth, and print the truth. If we inadvertently print something that is not true, we will let our readers know. We are open to documented information to shed light on any issue of concern to our readers. We are of service to our community, and it is our intention to serve our community the best way we can.