The man who was shot Wednesday by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper has died from his injuries.
Working at Fright Dome isn’t all about jumping out from behind something and scaring someone. Sometimes, it’s just about being very creepy.
Bitter presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have one more face-to-face showdown before Election Day. And they’re supposed to make it funny.
Blue Man Group continues to defy genres, cultures and demographics as it secures its hold on the Strip.
The Cleveland Indians are in, and now it’s just a matter of days until we know who they will face in the World Series. Major League Baseball postseason action continues today with Game 5 of the National League Championship Series.
A man who gained notoriety after discussing his deformed skull in online videos has been charged with arson and attempted first-degree murder.
Republican Donald Trump on Thursday said he would accept a “clear” election result but reserved the right to file a legal challenge, clarifying his stance a day after he refused to promise he would trust the outcome if he loses on Nov. 8.
Tesla Motors is starting to build its electric cars with all the sensors, cameras and other gear needed to drive completely on their own when regulations allow the technology to take over.
The first trailer for “Logan,” the final Wolverine film, shows a hero audiences aren’t accustomed to seeing: Hugh Jackman’s title character is old, ailing, and completely jaded.
NFL owners desire specific numbers on things such as potential corporate support and how strong a fan base Las Vegas could create to support the Raiders over the long term.
It was billed as the biggest prizefight in Las Vegas history, and Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump found plenty to fight about during their third and final debate Wednesday at UNLV.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino is charged with failure to monitor the basketball program stemming from the investigation into allegations made by a former escort.
Sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s are expected through the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
The Atlantic Magazine held a series of Nevada-centric panels on Wednesday that sought to examine the state’s plans for education and workforce development.
A man was shot by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Wednesday after a miles-long pursuit and a violent carjacking attempt at a Henderson car dealership.
With a burst of billion-dollar deals this year, the Strip’s real estate market has heated up again. But investors didn’t buy megaresorts, the bedrock of the local economy. They bought malls.
Charlie Stron, a professionally trained clown, says he has received about 200 prankish, even threatening, phone calls during the past several weeks.
James Dzurenda includes closure of Lovelock lockup — population 1,600 — in his budget proposal to meet 5 percent target, but says he’s not seriously proposing that.
Chris Wallace used a soft but insistent touch in moderating the third presidential debate, asking a series of substantive questions that produced fewer verbal fireworks from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, and perhaps the most policy-focused discussion of the vitriol-laced race.
After Wednesday, Sen. Harry Reid is confident one of the major parties will bring their presidential nomination convention to Las Vegas.
Pundits and politicians across the country react to Wednesday’s presidential debate at UNLV.
Donald Trump painted an inaccurately dark portrait of manufacturing in America while Hillary Clinton stretched credulity in boasting that her spending plans won’t add to the country’s debt.
Hillary Clinton was joined by her husband, Bill, and legendary Mexican singer Vicente Fernández when she made a surprise appearance Wednesday night at the Hillary for Nevada Debate Watch Party at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas.
With all eyes on Las Vegas Wednesday night, hundreds of people gathered outside the Thomas & Mack Center to support their candidate for president, stage a protest or simply to get their face on TV.
Here’s what national pro football writers are saying about the Raiders’ proposed move to Las Vegas.
Although evening commuters endured about 40 minutes of painful road closures Wednesday, no major traffic problems were reported as the motorcades of the two presidential nominees wended their way through Las Vegas.
You might think a $1,000 bill for the common cold is outlandish. But when you look at the numbers, it’s actually surprising that the cost of getting sick isn’t higher.
Nevada’s unemployment rate in September fell to a seasonally adjusted 5.8 percent, down 0.5 percent from August, the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Wednesday.
Applications are being accepted for seats on the new Clark County Stadium Authority Board of Directors, the county said Wednesday.
Jurors cleared NBA star Derrick Rose and two friends Wednesday in a lawsuit that accused them of gang raping his ex-girlfriend when she was incapacitated from drugs or alcohol.
The 27-acre fire at Mount Charleston is 100 percent contained, U.S. Forest Service spokesman Ray Johnson said Wednesday.
Volunteers from the secretary of state and attorney general offices will be dispatched to Nevada polling places to observe the upcoming election and watch for any suspicious activity.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday that a study comparing Las Vegas to Oakland would be the next step in the process of relocating the team to a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium off the Strip.
Review-Journal Assistant City Editor Tom Spousta joined Wednesday’s biweekly lunch chat with Sports Editor Bill Bradley on Facebook Live.
California’s attorney general is leading a criminal investigation into the sales practices scandal that has rocked San Francisco-based Wells Fargo bank.
Dalton Sneed solidified his hold on UNLV’s starting quarterback job after the redshirt freshman rallied the Rebels to a 41-38 victory over Hawaii early Sunday morning in Honolulu.
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