Updated data for Clark County on Wednesday provided a glimmer of hope that the local wave may have crested, but public health officials cautioned that it’s too soon to tell.
The Biden administration will begin making 400 million N95 masks available for free to U.S. residents starting next week.
The NFL filed paperwork in Nevada on Wednesday asking for Jon Gruden’s lawsuit against the league and Roger Goodell be dismissed
A girls basketball coach was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted sexual misconduct, police said.
Bradley Bellisario faces multiple criminal charges, but its allegations that he bilked clients out of more than $260,000 that could cost him his law license.
Homicide detectives were investigating a shooting that occurred in the 5000 block of Starfinder Avenue Wednesday night.
In his first game since being nominated for the McDonald’s All-American Game, versatile Taviontae Jackson scored 34 points to pace Las Vegas’ rout of Green Valley.
Alberto Castro, 22, of Phoenix, was arrested after being pursued by law enforcement for 177 miles.
Bengals scout Trey Brown and Bears assistant director of player personnel Champ Kelly on Wednesday emerged as Raiders general manager candidates.
North Las Vegas police detectives called on a dive team to assist in a search for evidence from a crime Wednesday at Aliante Nature Discovery Park.
“I wanted to lay a perfect wall,” said Cole Stamper, the newly minted champion of the Spec Mix Bricklayer 500 at the World of Concrete. “Straight, plumb level, straight and perfect — and that’s what it was.”
Residents and members of Congress say former Nevada U.S. Sen. Francis G. Newlands was a racist, and his name should be stricken from a neighborhood landmark.
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Tate Martell, who was most recently a quarterback at UNLV, is retiring from football, an official UNLV spokesperson confirmed to the Review-Journal.
Applied Analysis principal Brian Gordon started the event with an optimistic look at how the local economy will grow following the COVID-19 pandemic.
A mountain lion was euthanized Monday after escaping a cordon set up by authorities in the backyard of a western Las Vegas home and fleeing into a nearby residential area.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.