On the two-year anniversary of her son’s death, Jacqueline Elder pleaded with the community for help.
Just a month ago, we successfully baked cookies on a 115-degree day on an employee’s car dashboard. This time, we tried breakfast.
A judge on Thursday handed down two life sentences for a 50-year-old man convicted of impersonating a vice officer and raping two prostitutes on the Las Vegas Strip.
Fight fans have a chance to meet some of their favorite boxers Friday at Caesars Palace. The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame will host a meet-and-greet session outside the Palace Ballroom on the third floor.
The Clark County coroner’s office released the cause of death for a 6-year-old girl who drowned at a Fourth of July party.
A memorial for slain Navy Seal and “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle has been unveiled in the West Texas city where he was born in 1974.
The International Olympic Committee warned organizers of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro five years ago that construction contracts they drew up could give developers incentives to cut corners, presaging problems with athletes’ housing that drew complaints from several countries this week, documents showed.
Las Vegas police are searching for two men in connection with a central valley robbery earlier this month.
Meet the guy who makes sure everything is installed safely for guests. Brent Madison is the Assistant Manager of Facilities at Adventuredome at Circus Circus.
Pilots working for Allegiant Air on Thursday ratified their first union contract with the Las Vegas-based budget carrier in a deal that includes an immediate 31 percent pay raise.
The Nevada Supreme Court ordered a new trial Thursday for a Las Vegas homeless sex offender, ruling that the state parole board cannot impose restrictions not specified in state law on someone under lifetime supervision.
It’s one small step in the role reversal Americans will need to get used to if Hillary Clinton wins the White House in November.
Following a record-breaking overnight low temperature, the excessive heat warning for the Las Vegas Valley remains in effect on Thursday.
One woman was killed and another seriously injured in a rollover crash near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area early Thursday morning, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
A woman who was fatally shot by an Arizona police officer earlier this year had medical scissors in her hand as she approached him, the officer’s body camera video released Wednesday shows.
Nevada gaming regulators on Thursday approved a $1.5 million settlement with sports book operator CG Technology to resolve a complaint about underpayments on its computerized betting system.
Gerard “Jerry” Doyle, star of television’s “Babylon 5” science fiction series has died, the Clark County coroner’s office said.
Allegiant Air will launch nonstop flights from Las Vegas to Oakland, California, and Kansas City, Missouri, beginning in October, airline officials announced Thursday.
Chipotle is branching out from burritos and plans to open its first burger restaurant.
Executive director Bill Hancock and the College Football Playoff are giving back New Year’s Eve.
MTV is rebranding VH1 Classic as MTV Classic and says the channel plans to serve up heaps of nostalgia for fans of “Beavis and Butt-head,” ”Daria,” ”Total Request Live,” and other MTV staples.
With temperatures regularly averaging 20 to 30 degrees cooler than in the Las Vegas Valley, the Spring Mountains and Mount Charleston are great summer getaway spots close to home.
Donald Trump says he was using sarcasm when he prodded Russia to unearth Hillary Clinton’s missing emails.
Two people were injured when a bus collided with two vehicles in the eastern valley, police said.
A Chinese rocket re-entered the atmosphere near California late Wednesday night around the same time many people shared video on social media of a mysterious bright object streaking across the night sky.
I submitted my resignation to the Las Vegas Review-Journal this week, after a 17-year run as man-about-town/gossip columnist.
Henderson residents Brian and Jenny Bland created Goodness Gracious Ministries to feed the body as well as the soul of the Las Vegas Valley’s homeless population.
President Barack Obama rallied delegates to support Hillary Clinton one day before she gives her acceptance speech as the Democratic Party’s nominee for president.
For 17 years, Las Vegas Review-Journal readers flipped to Norm Clarke’s column — on Page 3A — to get the skinny on the city. But Thursday’s column will be Clarke’s last.
More than 4.1 million airline passengers passed through McCarran International last month, marking the airport’s best June performance since 2007, the Clark County Department of Aviation will report Thursday.
Las Vegan Connor Fields won the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials and finished first in his quarterfinal and semifinal heats at the London Olympics, but he crashed and placed seventh in the eight-man final.
A new 22,000-square-foot hospitality center at SpeedVegas, a racetrack experience south of Las Vegas, will open its doors to the public in August.
“I’ve shot so much in Vegas over my career,” Matt Damon says, referring to the “Ocean’s” franchise and “Behind the Candelabra,” HBO’s acclaimed Liberace movie. “I mean, I’ve really shot some of my favorite stuff that I’ve ever been in there.”
If there’s anything supporters and critics of school choice can agree on, it’s the likelihood that a pair of state Supreme Court hearings on Friday will have an impact on public education beyond Nevada’s borders.
The Las Vegas Valley broiled in 115-degree heat Wednesday, tying a record high for same date in 1943. The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning until 11 p.m. Thursday.
Six Nevada hospitals have earned one star and two have earned four stars in a controversial five-star rating system unveiled Wednesday morning by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
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