Lawyers for Las Vegas basketball standout Zaon Collins have asked a judge to throw out his DUI and reckless driving charges in connection with a crash that killed a man.
U.S. lawmakers have pushed to make police internal affairs records public, but the Nevada Assembly is considering a bill that would close off key investigative documents.
A trade show in Las Vegas will utilize V-Health Passport, and Clear’s Health Pass is already in use at Golden Knights games.
Resorts World’s new commercial starring its superstars is a real trip on the Strip.
Chef La Che again will host home cooks for the second installment in the Review-Journal’s Food & Cocktail Virtual Series.
After Las Vegas Sands Corp. announced that it is selling its Las Vegas assets for $6.25 billion, analysts expected the company’s focus to shift to other investments.
The $56 million Las Vegas municipal courthouse across from City Hall in downtown will open Thursday, two weeks before it is scheduled to be accessible to the public.
Golden Knights defenseman Shea Theodore picked up two assists in Wednesday’s victory over the San Jose Sharks and is quietly making a late push for the Norris Trophy.
The largest metropolitan area without a casino is seeking proposals to build a resort somewhere within Chicago and Las Vegas companies are bound to be interested.
A high temperature of 80, just about normal, with light winds are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Some casino companies are rushing to fill hundreds of jobs to keep up with growing demand.
When the Thomas & Mack Co. planned an external facelift for one of its McCarran Center business complexes, replacing the water-thirsty grass with a water-smart landscape was one of the main project initiatives. Pine and sumac trees had wreaked havoc with the grass, and sprinkler overspray had damaged concrete sidewalks. “The bottom line was that […]
The Golden Knights became the first NHL team to punch its ticket to the playoffs Wednesday night at T-Mobile Arena. It’s the Knights’ fourth playoff berth in four years.
Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner criticized the NHL and NHL Players’ Association for their approach to vaccinations, COVID restrictions and players’ mental health.
The third time wasn’t the charm: the Electric Daisy Carnival has been postponed once again.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.