Kevin Durant stood calmly near midcourt — and a very familiar spot — as teammates Stephen Curry and Draymond Green screamed at him in celebration. Another momentous shot for Durant. And soon, probably another NBA championship.
The Oct. 1 shooting and its immediate aftermath were captured in harrowing detail by surveillance cameras on the roof of Mandalay Bay and the street corner closest to the Route 91 Harvest festival.
Las Vegas police on Wednesday released 911 calls from the night of the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting for the first time.
Shootings are not the fault of TV, video games, schools or gun manufacturers.
Compensation should be tied to average wages
Even if she is a 63-year-old grandmother
Demagoguery cows politicians into inaction
Over the years these folks have “progressively” learned more and more ways to take other people’s money.
Count out Devante Smith-Pelly if the Washington Capitals win the Stanley Cup and are invited to the White House to celebrate with President Donald Trump.
The No. 1 overall pick in this year’s WNBA draft is starting to have her way with defenders and, after using the first two games to adjust to the speed of professional basketball, is growing into one the toughest covers in the league.
Las Vegas police want help finding a suspect in the stabbing deaths of two tourists found Friday inside their Strip hotel room.
The Lights are adjusting their training schedule and instituting hydration breaks during matches to deal with the heat in Las Vegas’ summer months.
The Capitals are doing everything they can do to convince themselves Thursday night’s Game 5 against the Golden Knights at T-Mobile Arena is just another game.
Perhaps it is appropriate that National Fishing and Boating Week began Saturday and continues through Sunday, providing us an opportunity to celebrate our outdoor freedoms.
Documents released Wednesday by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department contain details of 911 calls that came from the scene of the Route 91 Harvest country music festival on Oct. 1, 2017.
The Review-Journal hosted the panel of 11 readers from all walks of life for the first time on Tuesday to talk politics and the current races. Their advice to candidates hoping to win in November: Focus on local issues.
Austin Wells was selected by the New York Yankees in the 35th round, 1,057th overall, Wednesday in the MLB Draft. A Nevada high school player has been chosen every year since 1985.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant said William Karlsson will be in the lineup Thursday after the center did not practice ahead of Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.
A wintry spectacular at Wynn Las Vegas is to be directed by Phil McKinley and choreographed by Marguerite Derricks
The Golden Knights, who have dropped the past three games after winning the opener, never have lost four consecutive games and are 7-2 at home in the playoffs.
Coronado senior John Lynam was named the 2017-18 Gatorade Nevada Boys Soccer Player of the Year, the company announced Wednesday. It is the second year in a row he won the award.
Mohit Shah spoke into a microphone pretending to be an irate caller to a call center. A computer program transcribed his speech and highlighted in red words like “denial”, “called” and “understand” on the screen beforehim.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man killed Monday night after his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck in the east valley.
UberEats is waiving delivery fees in Las Vegas for as long as the Golden Knights manage to stay alive in the remaining games of the Stanley Cup Finals.
To recommend approval of the licensing of an Armenian entrepreneur seeking to develop software for a new sports wagering program, Nevada Gaming Control Board members first had to solve a chicken-and-egg dilemma.
The IBF stripped Gennady Golovkin of its middleweight belt Wednesday. But that might be a positive for Golovkin’s bank account in the long run.
Golden Knights forward William Carrier said he’s able to play in the Stanley Cup Final and is ready if coach Gerard Gallant needs him for Game 5 Thursday against Washington.
Stewart has been sporting director of Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union since October 2015 and will start his new job Aug. 1, the U.S. Soccer Federation said Wednesday.