Incomplete voting totals show that the final day of the two-week early voting period — traditionally the busiest — saw the highest turnout of voters.
A deadly week pushed the number of homicides investigated this year in Clark County past the number investigated in all of 2019, according to Review-Journal records.
A transcript of the experienced San Diego pilot’s communications with air traffic controllers shows he reported engine problems just before the crash.
Nevada on Friday saw the highest daily increase in reported coronavirus cases in three months, according to state data.
Troopers were called at 6:55 p.m. to I-15 near mile marker 4, in Jean, after a Toyota Prius struck the man while he was in the roadway, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
A Clark County woman’s lawsuit claims she was arrested after a Henderson business rented her friend a car that it had previously reported stolen.
On Friday night, valley residents enjoyed some Halloween frights at Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.
The Clark County district attorney’s office voluntarily dismissed a murder complaint against an Army veteran after a “full review of all the facts and circumstances.”
A man was arrested on domestic violence and kidnapping charges after police said he held his girlfriend at gunpoint with her infant daughter nearby.
Republican Clark County Commission candidate Stavros Anthony has returned campaign contributions from donors who gave him more money than allowed by state law.
The amount bet on former Vice President Joe Biden to win the presidential election has overtaken the amount bet on President Donald Trump for the first time this cycle.
Silicon Valley investor group WTI Inc. is developing Ariva, a 754-unit apartment complex. The first units are expected to open by the end of 2021.
The Smith Center for the Performing Arts has laid off previously furloughed workers, accepting the reality that the venue will not be open until after spring 2021.
Southern Nevada homebuilders ramped up construction plans amid the still-raging coronavirus pandemic, another sign of the housing market’s surprising strength in an otherwise bleak economy.
As the country and Las Vegas continue to navigate the deep impacts of COVID-19, one thing seems certain – the pandemic has changed the way many of us have traditionally viewed and engaged with the health care system. Many times, crises create an urgency to speed up innovations in order to meet consumers’ demands and […]
The massive fireworks display that has become a special events staple for Las Vegas is the latest victim of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Horrorwood Video drive-in in downtown Las Vegas, led by artistic director Troy Heard of Majestic Repertory Theatre, was created as a way for visitors to enjoy a “haunted” attraction from their cars.
A small plane crashed Thursday morning in the south Las Vegas Valley, killing two people, officials said.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.