Holding hopes of a “blue wave” in November, Democrats fought to shape the political battlefield in primaries across eight states Tuesday, none more important than California where Republicans avoided an embarrassing setback in the race for governor.
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Authorities say a soldier stole an armored personnel carrier from a Virginia National Guard base and led police on a more than 60-mile chase before being arrested.
The two-hour open house at Clark County Library on Flamingo Road drew about 300 people, who crowded into a conference room to study maps and inquire about plans to ask Congress to open nearly 39,000 acres of federal land for development just outside the Las Vegas metropolitan area.
In the end, the taxpayers are deceived, the schools are shortchanged and the children suffer.
Justices punt on many issues in case involving cake for same-sex marriage
Why would Kim Wooden, deputy superintendent of the Clark County School District, attend a disciplinary meeting for second-year teacher Jason Wright? For most teachers, she wouldn’t, but Wright is no ordinary teacher.
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District Judge Joe Hardy Jr. heard arguments on both sides of a lawsuit accusing Gov. Brian Sandoval and Attorney General Adam Laxalt of failing to implement the private gun sale background check approved by voters in 2016.
The federal school safety commission set up after the deadly shooting at a Florida high school will not examine the role of guns in school violence, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said Tuesday.
Khalil Mack technically can skip another couple of practices before it begins to cost him. In one respect, defensive coordinator Paul Guenther believes it already has.
Police are investigating after witnesses reported a man dragging a body out of a motel room near downtown Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon.
Down 3-1 in the Stanley Cup Final, the Vegas Golden Knights can use a boost. Maybe a wild fan can dance down the aisle at T-Mobile Arena at Thursday’s Game 5, tearing off multiple T-shirts and cajoling the crowd to “Make Some Noise!”
Derrick Johnson is someone in whom the Raiders can trust to mentor young players. He can lead a film-room breakdown of an opponent. In the huddle, he is comfortable with a speaker inside his helmet.
The Golden Knights defied the odds throughout their unprecedented inaugural season, but now face their biggest challenge in the form of a 3-1 deficit to the Washington Capitals in the Stanley Cup Final.
Golden Knights fans put their loyalty on display — above and below water. Check out our photo gallery.
In Game 4 on Monday at Capital One Arena, the Capitals went 3 of 5 on the power play in their 6-2 victory over the Golden Knights that gave them a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.
It’s Negroni Week, which means restaurants and bars around the valley are featuring the classic cocktail — equal parts Campari, gin and sweet vermouth — to benefit various charities in the annual event sponsored by Imbibe magazine and Campari.
An independent watchdog has cleared Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke of wrongdoing when he gave a speech to a National Hockey League team owned by a campaign contributor.
A final report on the investigation into the Oct. 1 shooting is expected to be released next month, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said Tuesday.
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Aces forward Dearica Hamby played sparingly in the WNBA team’s first four games, but since has emerged as a viable scoring option with 38 points in 36 minutes in her past two games.
After living in Blue Diamond for 11 years, Steve Enger and Jody Lyman are finally getting to know their neighbors. And they only had to open a restaurant to do it.
Clark County District Attorney candidate Robert Langford owes more than $66,000 in unpaid taxes because he failed to make full payments on taxes five years in a row, public records show.
Makeshift weapons such as baseball bats, chains and slingshots are now banned at protests in Clark County.
Police searched Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell’s home and office Tuesday as part of an apparent probe into his questionable spending uncovered by a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation.
Four Las Vegas Valley players were taken on Day 2 of the MLB Draft on Tuesday, headlined by outfielder Kyle Isbel and pitcher Alan Strong of UNLV.