A’ja Wilson had 25 points and 15 rebounds and the Las Vegas Aces pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the Seattle Storm 87-77 on Tuesday night.
Our country is represented and manipulated by a liar and misogynist
We aren’t running a Holiday Inn.
If you want to understand why Republicans think the news media is biased, contrast how two recent stories were — and weren’t — covered.
Can the adults in the room come together and recognize that we’re talking about children?
Tuesday’s Culinary union ratification of a collective bargaining agreement with MGM Resorts International virtually assures a summer free of labor strife for the Strip.
Esther’s Kitchen has been open less than six months, but chef/owner James Trees is already looking to expand.
Six of the world’s top hockey video gamers faced each other Tuesday at Esports Arena at Luxor for the 2018 NHL Gaming World Championship.
Two were in wheelchairs. One had a jagged scar from his hairline to the bridge of his nose. The others bore emotional scars not easily seen. And yet the survivors of the Humboldt Broncos hockey bus crash said they were happy to be reunited in Las Vegas.
Justice Department inspector general Michael Horowitz defended his office’s report on the FBI probe into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private emails during a House committee hearing Tuesday.
The Golden Knights will get plenty of air time Wednesday during the NHL Awards Show in Las Vegas.
“This will change the Strip, I reckon,” says Spiegelworld founder and “improssario” Ross Mollison. “‘It will be Instagram candy for the Strip. It’ll create a whole new ‘tree-sinct’ for tourists.”
Trump administration policies that are separating families on the Southwest border prompted a furious backlash in Congress from Democrats and left Republicans frantically scrambling Tuesday to stop what both term a “cruel and inhumane” practice.
The deficit, which required the district’s more than 300 schools to cut a collective $47 million from their budgets, reduced the district’s workforce by 400 licensed positions, 104 support staff positions and 50.5 administrative jobs.
Restricted free agent William Karlsson said Tuesday he hopes to work out a long-term contract with the Golden Knights.
Clark County Family Court Judge Rena Hughes has been publicly reprimanded by the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline and must undergo further legal education for improperly holding a mother in contempt of court during a custody battle.
Abebaw Kassa, 34, has been found guilty of murder and arson, but with a finding of mental illness, for setting a fire to a Las Vegas group home where a woman died.
A Nye County official pulled her endorsement of gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt after he announced that he won’t support brothel owner Dennis Hof’s bid for Nevada Assembly.
The United States announced Tuesday it was leaving the United Nations’ Human Rights Council, with Ambassador Nikki Haley calling it “an organization that is not worthy of its name.” It was the latest withdrawal by the Trump administration from an international institution.
Scott Whittemore, a former deputy commissioner with the state Division of Mortgage Lending, was appointed Tuesday as administrator of the regulatory agency that oversees the 16 taxicab companies in Southern Nevada.
The Brazilian soccer confederation said the injury was not serious, adding Neymar left as a precaution and would be back in training on Wednesday.
Clark County commissioners approved a resolution Tuesday calling for federal legislation to open more than 44,000 acres of public land for new development south of Las Vegas and set aside more than 300,000 acres of new conservation land in the county.
A teacher’s aide told police that Melody Carter, 58, hit the 5-year-old boy repeatedly after he would not put his shoes back on, and said, “I have more of those” when the stick broke, according to her arrest report.
A look at the Review-Journal’s Athletes of the Year from the fall season.
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“We had an 8 o’clock show, then a late show at 10 or 11 o’clock, and then we would have movie night,” Todd Fisher recalls. “This was up in one of the old Desert Inn ballrooms. It ran late, but we always found time for these movies.”
A new contractor will construct a multimillion dollar Las Vegas Strip safety project following a labor dispute involving the last company handling the project.