Clark County School District campuses reopen Wednesday with more than 1,000 employees cleared to return to work following a “pause” caused by a COVID-19-related staffing shortage.
Piroshky Piroshky has offered hand-crafted Russian pastries out of Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington, since 1992.
For the 23rd time, the Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade Show — or SHOT Show — is welcoming thousands of industry professionals to Las Vegas this week. It expects to draw over 40,000 attendees.
The Raiders are keeping a tight lid on the search for general manager Mike Mayock’s replacement and on what they plan to do about settling on a permanent head coach.
Wattsel Rembert, 23, faces charges of murder and discharging a gun for two separate shootings within a one-month span.
Las Vegas’ Harry Reid International Airport is one of 50 U.S. airports that will have a buffer zone in place Wednesday when major wireless carriers roll out their new 5G service.
A new federal website to request free test kits launches Wednesday, with the first shipments going out to Americans by the end of the month.
Beloved in Hawaii and expanding his horizons to his first show ever in Las Vegas, Pe’a headlines at Myron’s at The Smith Center on Sunday.
The number of people with COVID-19 in Clark County hospitals has exceeded the highs seen during last winter’s surge, and key metrics suggest the disease has not yet peaked.
Organizers expect more people to attend this year’s show, which opened Tuesday, than were at last year’s event and that numbers of attendees will be closer to those seen at pre-pandemic events.
Tate Martell, who was most recently a quarterback at UNLV, is retiring from football, an official UNLV spokesperson confirmed to the Review-Journal.
Las Vegas has won its first Grammy. The music industry’s pre-eminent annual awards show is coming to MGM Grand Garden.
The Metropolitan Police Department has identified two officers who opened fire last week during a shootout with a man south of the Strip.
Applied Analysis principal Brian Gordon started the event with an optimistic look at how the local economy will grow following the COVID-19 pandemic.
For months, Americans have been battered by media coverage decrying disaster in the holiday supply chain. The intense focus on how supply chain constraints are affecting everything from Thanksgiving turkeys to Secret Santa presents implies that the situation won’t extend into the new year. But supply chain challenges aren’t going to end when the ball drops. They’ll be on the ballot in 2022. Once invisible to consumers, the 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.
Troy Wade’s career ranged from the Nevada test site to the atomic testing museum.
COVID-19 cases among Transportation Safety Administration workers at Harry Reid International Airport have sharply increased in the past month.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.