I submitted my resignation to the Las Vegas Review-Journal this week, after a 17-year run as man-about-town/gossip columnist.
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.
Julie Davies hoped that by now the downtown Las Vegas condo she owns would be drawing in regular visitors and revenue, but it sits unoccupied while she pays for a storage unit for its furnishings.
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.
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.
Harry Reid finally said goodbye. Nevada’s retiring senior senator — notorious for ending phone calls without signing off — spoke for the final time as a top elected official to a Democratic presidential convention Wednesday.
By a vote of 4-0, the trustees present at the Wednesday meeting agreed to wait until the entire board convenes for an Aug. 3 work session before they make a final decision that will impact the health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance benefits for nearly 12,000 employees.
Police are investigating a fatal motorcycle crash that happened in the southwest valley Wednesday afternoon.
Jax Ewing was found dead after police responded about 11:42 a.m. Tuesday to the 4800 block of Boulder Highway, near East Flamingo Road, to investigate a report of a child’s death.
Firefighters at the 150 N. Nellis Blvd. station — just north of Charleston Boulevard — saw the stabbed male about 5:30 p.m. He was taken to University Medical Center’s trauma unit.
Man sues the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, an officer and his supervisor in federal court for negligence, unlawful arrest and imprisonment and violating his right to due process.
A 30-year-old man facing murder charges in two separate shootings has been indicted in connection with a third shooting at an automotive repair shop, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Las Vegas Valley physicians and patients say that in addition to the stress and pain of being sick, people with serious illnesses may also be suffering from a lack of information about their conditions.
It’s no secret to followers of UNLV football that the energy level of strength coach Keith Belton and his assistant, Jeff Eaton, is off the charts. Their infectious enthusiasm also is no longer a secret to the outside world.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada stepped onto the national stage one more time Wednesday, ready for a fight.
The man killed in a crash near Moapa on Tuesday evening has been identified.
A Las Vegas woman was indicted on an attempted murder charge about a month after her case was thrown out because the victims repeatedly refused to show up to court, prosecutors said Wednesday.
NV Energy on Wednesday filed with state utility regulators to grandfather eligible private net metering customers who installed systems or who had approved applications pending by Dec. 31, 2015, in under the original more generous rates.
A man’s body was found Wednesday morning near Hoover Dam, Nevada Highway Patrol said.
Las Vegas police are searching for three men who robbed a central valley gas station at gunpoint Tuesday night, then ditched their stolen getaway car on the Summerlin Parkway.
A man armed with a handgun robbed a Roberto’s Taco Shop in the west Las Vegas Valley early Wednesday morning, police said.
Back to school is around the corner and new backpacks, school supplies and school uniforms are needed for children in the care of Clark County’s Department of Family Services.
A Republican Nevada Assembly candidate who lost her race says she’s dropping a legal challenge of the election results. Connie Foust says she withdrew from her case on Tuesday, a day after a Las Vegas judge ruled against three other candidates with similar challenges.
Mike Tsolinas, the former KTNV-TV, Channel 13 “Good Morning Las Vegas” team member, died at age 57 three weeks after coming down with flulike symptoms.
Young people can accomplish whatever they put their heart to, including running for public office, a Nevada legislator said Wednesday at a panel at the Democratic National Committee’s Hispanic Caucus.
The four Chinese nationals who died Sunday when their van turned in front of and collided with an oncoming Dallas Cowboys tour bus in northwest Arizona were identified Wednesday by the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
Delegates went wild on Tuesday as Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance via video remote at the Democratic National Convention, telling the crowd that “we just put the biggest crack in the glass ceiling yet.”
Patrick Haslem, 59, was absent from court when attorneys presented his sex offense trial in Kingman about 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
A man who went missing from his Las Vegas residence Monday was reported dead at a nearby park Wednesday.
It’ll be a very “Gilmore” Black Friday. All four 90-minute “chapters” of “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” will premiere on Netflix at midnight Pacific Time on Friday, Nov. 25, meaning that fans are officially 120 days from fresh quips from Lorelai and Rory.
The Republican presidential ticket projected mixed signals Wednesday to claims that Russia is meddling in the U.S. electoral process.
Russian President Vladimir Putin hit out at “discrimination” against the country’s banned track and field athletes at a Kremlin send-off ceremony Wednesday for its depleted Olympic team.
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