A Las Vegas middle school teacher was arrested Wednesday on charges of sexually assaulting a child.
Samuel Gallardo, 52, was arrested in Mexico after escaping Nevada Department of Corrections custody in 1994.
Former president Donald Trump said this week he is “very seriously” considering another presidential run in 2024, and oddsmakers put the chances at about 50-50.
With just over a week until the race, it’s clear that local bettors are going to be faced with either a long drive or a watered-down wagering menu.
The issue arose during the period of time that the board met virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic and took comments by email only.
Over the last few days, a check on several Chevron gas stations that previously ran out of gas Monday showed that they were back up and running again.
Lawyers for the Las Vegas basketball standout have asked a judge to throw out his DUI and reckless driving charges in connection with a crash that killed a man.
Raiders general manager Mike Mayock says the maturation of Henry Ruggs and Damon Arnette is one key to the team’s improvement in 2021.
As tourism rates ramp up across the Las Vegas Valley, some casino companies are rushing to fill hundreds of jobs to keep up.
As part of his plea, Timothy Harron, 52, agreed to forfeit an airplane, a sports car, a pickup, land and luxury jewelry, federal authorities said.
A Henderson man was sentenced Thursday by a New Jersey judge to 18 months in prison for his role in a $9 million mortgage fraud scheme.
Nevada recorded 528 new coronavirus cases and 12 additional deaths over the preceding day, according to state data posted Thursday.
The arrest of the 39-year-old suspect stemmed from a police vice investigation into the well-being of a female youth, according to an arrest report.
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.
Chef La Che again will host home cooks for the second installment in the Review-Journal’s Food & Cocktail Virtual Series.
Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner criticized the NHL and NHL Players’ Association for their approach to vaccinations, COVID restrictions and players’ mental health.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.