After starting play at 5:30 p.m. more than 3 million in chips behind Nic Manion in second place, Dyer opened up a lead of more than 100 million chips on Manion before settling for a lead of more than 84 million chips when play was halted at 10 p.m.
On Thursday, the Raiders Foundation donated $150,000 to Veterans Village in Las Vegas.
A woman was killed Thursday when her truck ran off the road and down an embankment about 60 miles northeast of Las Vegas, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
Alaska’s last two Blockbuster video stores are calling it quits, leaving just one store open in the U.S.
One day, or night, Daniel Emmet will sing the “America’s Got Talent” medley in a Las Vegas showroom.
Surrounded by family, friends and a few dozen motorcycle riders, Summerlin resident Gene Stephens beamed during a Thursday celebration to mark his 100th year on Earth, the afternoon before the big day.
We need more of her honesty in the media
Where is the outrage?
Environmental zealots and political opportunists have forced uneconomical trade-offs while ignoring the costs.
More evidence of the Ferguson effect
It’s easy: Just eliminate all fossil fuels from our energy supply
Premier Vegas Sports host Bryan Salmond joins Review-Journal reporters Mark Anderson and Justin Emerson to discuss developments during Day 7 of the NBA Summer League.
The Clark County School Board approved a $190,000 settlement for an unnamed student and parent who sued the school district over alleged sexual harassment by a teacher nearly five years ago.
Friday marks the two-year anniversary of a bomb attack that destroyed a family’s home, killed the attacker and terrorized the tiny Lincoln County town of Panaca.
Milwaukee Bucks first-round pick Donte DiVincenzo made his anticipated Summer League debut against the Spurs at Cox Pavilion on Thursday.
A civil rights lawsuit filed this week alleges that a man’s constitutional rights were violated when he was shot and killed by a Las Vegas police officer last year.
Financing bids to host big-ticket sporting events staged in Southern Nevada could be the biggest challenge ahead for a committee developing a report for state policymakers.
There’s an app for everything. They bring food to doorsteps, act as DJ on road trips and even kick-start relationships. Now, iPhone apps are assisting workforce development in Southern Nevada.
The Las Vegas Monorail Co. has pushed back the start date for construction on its planned route extension from the MGM Grand to Luxor and Mandalay Bay.
Remember when you were a kid and summer was an alluring expanse of wide-open days packed with fun stuff — or nothing at all — to do?
A man faces murder charges after a violent series of events Wednesday morning near downtown Las Vegas that left two men dead and another wounded, records show.
The Bench of Unknown Souls in Woodlawn Cemetery, dedicated on Memorial Day, sits in the cemetery’s O section, the burial site for African-Americans before desegregation.
If you’re still suffering from the headache caused by that hefty increase in your auto insurance premiums, get over it. The reasons for the hike are many, but suffice it to say that whether you live in Summerlin or anywhere else in Las Vegas, the days of relatively cheap auto insurance are in the past.
A pair of heavily used freeway ramps in downtown Las Vegas will close this weekend as crews continue work on Project Neon, the $1 billion widening of Interstate 15 between Sahara Avenue and the Spaghetti Bowl interchange, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
McCarran International Airport will likely receive a $1.16 million federal grant to help pay for a project that will extend one of the taxiways, Sen. Dean Heller’s office said in a statement issued Thursday.
Rep. John Shimkus, R-Ill., will lead about a dozen other House members — all proponents of the project — on the tour of the proposed storage site for the nation’s high-level nuclear waste.
Las Vegas (9-12) has won a season-high three consecutive games, and eight of its last 13 to move with 1.5 games of the eighth and final playoff spot.
Work formally wrapped up this week on a $33.8 million project to widen Interstate 15 between Craig Road and Speedway Boulevard in North Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.