Founder Stewart Rhodes and his group were at Bunkerville, and at the center of one of the nation’s boldest attacks on Democracy — the Jan. 6 riot. Now they face trial for seditious conspiracy.
Kingsbarn Realty boss said Las Vegas’ office market is strong, even though office buildings in general are “not in favor” right now.
The Review-Journal on Monday asked a judge to prevent authorities from accessing slain investigative reporter Jeff German’s cellphone and computers.
Las Vegas city councilwoman Victoria Seaman filed a lawsuit against colleague Michele Fiore, accusing her of assault during a 2021 fight. The city is accused of destroying evidence.
A man was fatally shot by police Monday morning near a busy west Henderson intersection.
The Rebels are off to their best start since 2008, sitting at 3-1, 1-0 in the Mountain West. With their recent success comes an expectation the program is starting to embrace.
The Golden Knights lost their second preseason game Monday, but a line featuring Jack Eichel and Phil Kessel, two offensive dynamos, showed some promise.
A Las Vegas judge lowered bail on Monday for a 16-year-old accused of beating and sexually assaulting his teacher.
Defense will likely determine what exactly the 2022-23 Rebels are capable of during the second season of Kruger’s head coaching tenure.
The average retail price for a gallon of regular unleaded gas Monday in Las Vegas was $5.09, up sharply from the $4.85 average seen in the Las Vegas Valley on Sept. 19.
“11 Minutes,” its title referring to how long the shooting lasted, is intended to be more than a horrific revisitation of a horrific tragedy: its focus is on presenting an intensely personal chronicle of strangers helping strangers.
Coach Josh McDaniels says the Raiders need to avoid those coin-flip moments at the end of games and make winning plays earlier.
In the desert, water waste is considered especially costly. In Southern Nevada, the detectives who investigate these wasteful violations are members of a dedicated squad known as the Water Waste Investigators. Patrolling the community night and day, these committed professionals are dogged in their pursuit to eliminate water waste—as the community faces restrictions on the […]
Jeff Wells, Clark County Deputy Manager, has overseen four departments where serious misconduct was exposed by the Review-Journal, including the public administrator’s office.
The district changed its grading policy last summer to allow students to revise assignments, retake tests and stop factoring in behavior into grades.
Slain Review-Journal reporter Jeff German posthumously won Podcast of the Year at Saturday night’s Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence dinner.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.