To use the vernacular of Washington coach Barry Trotz, the hockey gods have a long memory, and it will be a long time before they forget the Golden Knights’ inaugural season.
Check out the most prolific photos, taken by Review-Journal photojournalists, from the Vegas Golden Knights’ inaugural season.
Selifa Boukari McGreevy wants to bring attention to the horrors of female genital mutilation by sharing her own experience. But it’s not easy to hear. And it won’t be easy to read.
Terence Crawford defeats Jeff Horn to become welterweight champion.
Henderson police officers detained several juveniles Friday night after they ran from a crashed stolen vehicle. Hours later, they arrested two of them in connection with a homicide investigation.
The New Jersey accountant who held the sole winning ticket for last month’s $315.3 million Powerball jackpot said Friday he had just refinanced his home in order to send his daughter to college.
Hiring a marketing guru to stop the charter school exodus
Interior secretary cleared of wrongdoing for speaking to the team
Mr. Foley’s vision and perseverance are every bit as remarkable as the Knights unbelievable season
The citizens of Nevada should demand more from their candidates.
Let’s stop subsidizing Hollywood producers
Expansion team sets a new standard for sport
Medicare and Social Security are definitely in trouble.
Stories highlight the importance of a free press
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer defend save MS-13 gang members
Scores of reggae fans filled the Clark County Amphitheater on Saturday for the 17th annual Reggae in the Desert festival.
Who’s in charge here? Photographs from the Group of Seven summit provided by the German and American governments suggest contrasting images of their leaders.
The Clark County district attorney’s race was uncontested until a challenger entered the race on the final day of candidacy filing. Now, campaign spending records show incumbent Steve Wolfson is spending big to keep his seat.
A small explosion on the summit of Kilauea volcano has triggered an earthquake but there are no reports of damage.
The National Park Service is working as fast as possible to reopen access to the USS Arizona Memorial after cracks were discovered last month on the floating concrete pier near the metal access ramp, officials said.
More people were ordered to get out of the path of a growing wildfire in southwestern Colorado on Saturday as ground crews contended with hot, dry and windy weather.
Members of the creative team were informed via e-mail that the show’s closing would indeed fall on June 17, and that those who had not been fully paid have been assured they would be fully compensated for their final two weeks of work.
The melting pot that is Southern Nevada serves us culinary experiences from around the world. One of the latest comes from France’s Brittany region.
Justify defied all the odds on his way to achieving Triple Crown immortality. The late bloomer won the Belmont Stakes by 1¾ lengths on Saturday, giving the sport its 13th Triple Crown champion and second in four years.
Overseeing a top nuclear weapons laboratory that has had security and safety problems will be the responsibility of a new management team that includes two universities and a research firm that does work around the world, the U.S. government announced Friday.
A third man has been charged with child sexual abuse in connection with a Utah doomsday group that believed in polygamy and took child brides.