Las Vegas gained 10,220 residents in 2015, making it the 28th most populous city in the United States. It edged out the mid-Atlantic metropolis for the spot, population estimates released last week by the U.S. Census show.
After a “multimillion dollar renovation” the rooftop Pool at the Plaza will open for hotel guests and the public on July 2 at the Plaza in downtown Las Vegas.
Eugene Monroe, an offensive lineman for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens, joined a panel at the UNiversity of Nevada, Las Vegas, to discuss the need for marijuana research Wednesday morning.
“Seven Magic Mountains” is already a controversial piece of art. People love it or hate it before they’ve even seen it. I went south of the Las Vegas Valley, just off Interstate 15, to see it Sunday with two friends who both enjoy art. We loved it.
Officials say the huge Mojave Desert solar-thermal power plant damaged last week by fire could be back on line within three weeks.
A proposal to let professional fighters compete in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics is “ridiculous” and “foolish,” former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson said Wednesday.
A warm Memorial Day weekend is in store for the Las Vegas Valley. Wednesday’s expected high temperature is 78 degrees.
A Florida judge on Wednesday denied Gawker’s motion for a new trial in the Hulk Hogan sex-video case and won’t reduce a $140 million jury verdict.
Incumbency, with at least one exception, proved to be the campaign money winner in legislative races leading up to Nevada’s June 14 primary.
A spokesman for Hillary Clinton says a report by the State Department’s inspector general shows that her email practices were “consistent” with those of past secretaries and senior officials.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man hit and killed by a truck Tuesday in North Las Vegas.
Rick Trachok, chairman of the University of Nevada Board of Regents, will propose that regents no longer vote on coaches’ contracts. The onus will be on the university president to put together a fiscally responsible deal.
The head of the Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday the beleaguered agency will add 768 new screeners by mid-June to deal with increasingly long airport security lines that have caused passengers to miss flights even before the busy summer travel season.
Review-Journal Sports Editor Bill Bradley conducted his biweekly live video chat to answer reader questions and address the latest sports buzz in Las Vegas.
Ford is recalling some of its top-selling vehicles in the U.S. to fix a fluid leak that can reduce braking power.
Some of the top players in the entertainment industry will partner with Las Vegas Sands Corp. to build a 17,500-seat off-Strip venue designed specifically for live music performances.
Chief U.S. District Judge Gloria Navarro said Wednesday she will not remove herself from the criminal case stemming from the 2014 armed standoff with law enforcement near Bunkerville.
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Officials for Moulin Rouge Holdings held a groundbreaking on Tuesday for the new Moulin Rouge Las Vegas.
OpenTable on Wednesday unveiled the 100 Best Al Fresco Dining Restaurants in America for 2016, and one from Las Vegas has made the rankings — Marche Bacchus.
Eleven states filed a lawsuit on Wednesday challenging the Obama administration’s guidance to U.S. public schools this month that transgender students must be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice.
Crews are evaluating the damage Wednesday after tornadoes destroyed several homes and left two people critically injured in western Kansas as a series of severe storms swept across the Plains.
The KTNV-TV, Channel 13 anchor who was arrested last week on suspicion of drunken driving has been placed on leave, according to the station’s general manager.
Japan’s prime minister says he has no specific plan to visit Pearl Harbor to reciprocate for Obama’s trip to Hiroshima.
Captain America snags a kiss from Sharon Carter in the latest Marvel pic, “Captain America: Civil War,” but many fans are wishing it was from someone else — specifically, a man.
Police in Anaheim, California, braced for protests at a Donald Trump rally on Wednesday, a day after violence broke out at an event for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee in New Mexico.
PT’s Entertainment Group, a division of Golden Entertainment, Inc., is opening its 50th tavern this month. What started in 1982 as a sole PT’s Pub on the east side of Las Vegas, has grown to 50 taverns throughout the state, 48 of which are located in Southern Nevada.
Lawyers involved in the remaining court challenge to Nevada’s controversial school choice law have a little more than six weeks to prepare for oral arguments before the state Supreme Court.
A Kingman, Ariz., man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a 23-year-old man after a suspected drug overdose was determined instead to be a homicide.
The NFL Spring Meeting at the Ballantyne Hotel concluded with mixed messages after team owners and league executives debated an array of topics. Commissioner Roger Goodell remains cool to Las Vegas, but the climate appears to be changing.
Las Vegan J Carole Kuntz became the first cancer patient in the country to receive the drug Tecentriq since its U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval last week.
A public fact-finding review revealed on Tuesday that high levels of drugs, including methamphetamine, were found in Bryan Bauer’s system after he was fatally shot by a Henderson police officer on July 4.
Protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico turned violent Tuesday night as demonstrators threw burning T-shirts, plastic bottles and other items at officers, overturned trash cans and knocked down barricades.
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The Nevada Highway Patrol will be joining forces Friday with the California Highway Patrol and other agencies to target the highly traveled Interstate 15 corridor between Primm and Las Vegas.
Making room for bicyclists, the potential impact of recreational marijuana and cellphone use while driving are among hot-button transportation topics that could be discussed when the Legislature meets in February, several Nevada lawmakers said Tuesday.
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