The fish buyer noticed something different about the large, colorful disc-shaped opah waiting to be sold at the auction house in Honolulu. Among the differences: one fish had a bigger eye than the other.
SINGAPORE — President Donald Trump left the Group of Seven summit with America’s closest allies earlier than planned Saturday and jetted off to Singapore for a high-stakes meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The Fund For People In Parks, a nonprofit sponsorship group founded in 2014, has raised more than $800,000 for 30 projects at 11 different parks, including Death Valley and Great Basin national parks.
In the aftermath of falling short in the Stanley Cup Finals, many Golden Knights players say they plan to spend their summer working to improve and get back to the NHL’s big stage next spring.
What was it like to follow the Golden Knights to Washington, D.C., during Stanley Cup Final? You almost had to be there.
It’s almost impossible to believe that a Las Vegas hangover can last a decade, but such is life for actor Ed Helms.
You know that one pair of jeans you just can’t bear the thought of tossing?
At about 9:45 a.m. Saturday, a gray Nissan Sentra sedan crashed into the wall on the corner of Frederick Avenue and Gregory Street, near D Street and West Lake Mead Boulevard.
The 2017-‘18 Vegas Golden Knights convened for possibly the last time at the Palms on Friday night.
It wasn’t until April that Southern Nevada visitors finally ended a 10-month streak in which total visitation volume was less than it was a year earlier.
Advocates for responsible gaming are worried that addictive gambling behavior could balloon with the arrival of nationwide sports wagering.
A central Indiana woman who survived last year’s mass shooting in Las Vegas says her instinct to protect her students kicked in during a recent shooting at the middle school where she works.
North Las Vegas police are investigating a homicide Saturday morning at the same Ellis Street location of Friday’s triple shooting that left one man dead.
Pat Skorkowsky tried to keep his focus on academic achievement during his five-year tenure as leader of the nation’s fifth-largest school district but that core goal was frequently eclipsed by bureaucratic challenges.
A man wanted in a series of armed robberies in May across the southern Las Vegas Valley remains at large as of Friday.
A woman who disappeared while walking her dogs near a Florida lake Friday was bitten and likely killed by an alligator that was later captured, wildlife officials said.
Downed power lines caused a dozen wildfires in Northern California wine country last fall, including two that killed a total of 15 people, California’s Department of Forestry and Fire Protection said Friday.
Betty Chapman, 69, is safe and is back with her husband, Red Rock Search and Rescue posted on social media late Saturday.
Getting a job at a store or fast-food restaurant used to be as simple as walking up and down the mall and applying. Now, with store chains closing and laying off thousands of workers, that path is more complicated.
Here is the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2018 all-state girls swimming team.
Here’s a look at what’s happening this weekend in the Las Vegas Valley
Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting that involved an officer early Saturday in the southwest valley.
Warm and sunny weather to start next week could give way to rainy weather, according to the National Weather Service.
The green, green grass of home is now zeroscape. Or is it xeriscape? Or maybe it’s just plain old drought-tolerant landscaping. Any way you describe it, those fabulous green front lawns that were so common throughout Southern Nevada 20 years ago have become landscapes that reduce or eliminate the need for supplemental water.
The year was 1970, and Decatur Boulevard was on the western edge of Las Vegas. Ed Olliges was eager to open the dealership, and the address of 660 N. Decatur Blvd. seemed like the ideal location for Friendly Ford.
Dear Gail: We’ve just moved from Chicago as we’re so over the cold weather, snowstorms and gearing up just to get to work. We know that the Las Vegas summers are hot, and although we’re not sure if we’re ready, at least we don’t have to shovel heat. We have two dogs and are in the process of designing our backyard. Do you have any Las Vegas weather puppy tips? — Vini