A driver crashed into two vehicles, including a police car, near Twain Avenue and Swenson Street, a Metropolitan Police Department spokesman said Thursday night.
Former Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson claims in a complaint with a state commission that the city discriminated against her because she is a black woman.
Some bus routes servicing the Henderson area are set for revisions beginning Sunday. The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will implement schedule changes on 27 routes.
Family and friends are rallying around 22-year-old Ashleigh Cope, who became ill the Tuesday before Thanksgiving following an out-patient surgery at a Henderson clinic.
The structure of Caesars Entertainment’s deal to sell the Rio will give the property’s new owner, Eric Birnbaum’s Dreamscape Companies, more time for a development strategy.
The business aviation airport supports more than 1,000 jobs and contributes $151 million annually to the county’s gross domestic product.
The recession created a new breed of corporate landlords. Today, they’re evicting Las Vegas Valley residents at alarming rates.
Identity theft is a painful but important problem to deal with because it can have far-reaching and devastating effects.
As the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo rides into town for its 35th 10-day run at the Thomas Mack Center, numerous individuals deserve credit for first bringing this event to Las Vegas in 1985.
A suspect was taken into custody, and Nellis Boulevard has reopened after what Las Vegas police called “a barricade with an armed male.”
The Clark County Planning Commission approved plans Tuesday for a new Siegel Suites rental complex next to the Hard Rock Hotel.
A Las Vegas liquor and cigar store owner was one of eight people indicted on charges of concealing excessive campaign contributions during the 2016 presidential election.
Candice “Candi” Gaiters fell in love with baking as a child, working alongside her mother in the family kitchen and taking every cake decorating class she could find. She kept baking even after she graduated college and started work as an administrative assistant, getting rave reviews from her co-workers for the confections she brought into […]
National Finals Rodeo competition kicks off Thursday night and there’s till time for city slickers to dress the part.
The NFR is celebrating its 35th year in Las Vegas and the Review-Journal will be live every day at 5:45 pm with special one-on-one interviews.
The collection by the famed street artist, who garnered worldwide attention when his “Girl With Balloon” self-destructed at an auction last year, is on view on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.