The Aces (5-11) piddled away a potential victory by surrendering a 10-2 run to the Wings over the final 2 minutes, 43 seconds Wednesday night.
Oregon State hadn’t been able to catch a break in the College World Series finals. And then the ninth inning happened Wednesday night.
Adults with children caught crossing the border illegally should be released into the country if they claim asylum. A physical barrier wouldn’t deter border crossings, and Republican efforts to outlaw family separation aren’t worth supporting. That’s according to Hardeep “Dee” Sull, a Nevada attorney, who’s part of Lawyer Moms of America.
Las Vegas entertainer Jeneane Marie Cranert, who opened for Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand, Don Rickles and many others, died Wednesday after a fight with cancer.
The Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office says autopsy results show one of two pilots aboard a small plane that crashed near Phoenix two months ago, killing all six people aboard, had cocaine in his system.
A new program from NV Energy could relieve range anxiety for electric vehicle owners by offering incentives for businesses, municipalities and others to install more charging stations across the state.
Brothel owner and Nevada Assembly candidate Dennis Hof was accused of raping a prostitute at one of his brothels in 2005, according to a newly released Lyon County Sheriff’s Department report.
A Las Vegas man who told a church member he idolized the Route 91 Harvest festival mass shooter was ordered Wednesday to undergo mental health treatment.
With downtown Las Vegas slated to get its first big new rental complex in years, other developers also are looking to do projects in the once-neglected area.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified a man who was killed early Tuesday when his car rear-ended a semitrailer in the southwest valley.
St. Cloud State defenseman Jimmy Schuldt, who is participating in the Golden Knights’ development camp this week at City National Arena, is one of the nation’s most sought-after college free agents.
It was just supposed to be a silly summer show.
Michigan is the 12-1 fifth choice at the Westgate to win the national football title behind Alabama (9-5), Clemson (5-1), Ohio State (5-1) and Georgia (6-1).
Southern Nevada’s 2018 monsoon season is expected to be wetter than normal, prompting warnings for residents to be ready for potentially deadly flash flooding.
A Texas prisoner accused of four killings and at least nine rapes was executed Wednesday for a 1979 rape and murder in Houston that went unsolved for two decades until he confessed.
The State Environmental Commission voted Wednesday to add “renewable energy development and storage” to the list of acceptable post-production uses for shuttered mines to encourage developers to use the already-disturbed land.
Chef Ralph Perazzo won’t open his new restaurant, bBd’s Burgers Beers Desserts, at Palace Station until Labor Day weekend, but he’ll give out samples of what he’s all about on Monday night.
Clark County official says report ranking Las Vegas metro area as having the second-most days of “degraded air quality” based its ratings on wrong EPA standard.
Some films adapt classic works of literature. Others stem from original ideas fashioned by revered auteurs.
A Utah businessman is abandoning plans for a massive development in four rural Vermont towns based on the papers of Mormon founder Joseph Smith after fierce opposition to the project.
As Mexico continues to advance in the 2018 FIFA World Cup, the Review-Journal wants to know where to find the best watch parties in the valley.
This simple dessert creates a cloud of fog right at your table.
Everything is biting below Davis Dam in Laughlin.
President Donald Trump is expected to name former Fox News executive Bill Shine as director of White House press and communications.
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond, Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken and NFL writer Gilbert Manzano talk about mandatory camp with Jon Gruden and Khalil Mack’s being absent during mini camp.
Despite recreational marijuana use being legal for more than a year in Nevada, Las Vegas’ roughly 42 million annual visitors don’t have many options for where they can use the pot they buy in local dispensaries. State law bans public consumption, and casinos and hotels don’t allow people to consume cannabis on their properties.
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond interviews Golden Knights prospect Reid Duke.