California firefighters worked in worsening heat Monday to contain a forest fire outside Yosemite National Park while colleagues mourned one of their own who was killed in a bulldozer accident on the fire line.
Fire officials were called to the Interstate 15 offramp onto Martin Luther King Boulevard at about 4:10 p.m., Las Vegas Fire Department spokesman Tim Szymanski said.
Yet nobody stops the abuse
Good thing he didn’t let the Russian leader annex Crimea and move into the Ukraine
I found this film to be as entertaining as any performance I saw at the Smith Center this year.
They should lose their pensions
You can’t expect to solve a problem if you devote your energies to disguising it through bureaucratic legerdemain.
The Review-Journal has a new man in charge of finances. Stephen Hall started as CFO on Monday. Hall previously served as vice president of finance for GateHouse Media’s central U.S. region, working out of Canton, Ohio.
Gale-fanned wildfires raged through holiday resorts near Greece’s capital, killing at least 20 people by early Tuesday and injuring more than 104, including 11 in serious condition, in the deadliest blaze to hit the country in more than a decade.
Las Vegas resident Michael Anthony Garcia, 40, was shot Thursday at a home on the 4100 block of Oakhill Avenue, near U.S. Highway 95 and East Harmon Avenue, police said.
The sweltering forecast prompted the weather service to issue an excessive heat warning from Tuesday through Thursday. A high of 111 degrees is forecast for Tuesday, followed by a high of 113 on Wednesday, according to the weather service.
The conclusion of NBA Summer League signals the end of the AAU basketball season, and, as always, the country’s best club basketball teams will congregate in the desert for the final live recruiting period.
Stevie Wonder ‘Parked’ it when hearing of Bruno Mars’ venue
Small businesses could find it easier to offer 401(k) plans to employees under a pair of bills introduced in both houses of Congress.
Hasbro Inc.’s second-quarter profits and revenue surpassed Wall Street estimates, signaling that the toy maker is moving past the demise of Toys R Us.
The Meadowlands Racetrack in New Jersey took in nearly $3.5 million in sports bets during its first nine days of accepting such bets.
First-round pick Kolton Miller reported to training camp a bit heavier Monday. Just as the Raiders wanted.
The Atlantis casino-resort in Reno will stop asking customers if they’d like a plastic straw with their drink.
The Aces are a legitimate playoff contender, constructed around all-stars A’ja Wilson and Kayla McBride, and a brigade of youthful contributors like Kelsey Plum, Moriah Jefferson and Dearica Hamby — all 26 or younger.
First-time political candidate Shawn Mooneyham plans to run to represent Las Vegas’ eastern ward in 2019.
The move came after multiple media outlets reported that Smith’s ex-wife has filed for a protective order against him.
The Clark County School District can’t afford a “moderate and reasonable” proposal to increase support staff wages, an independent arbitrator has ruled.
Born with a congenital amputation of the left arm just below the elbow, Newell finds himself on the verge of a UFC contract with a 14-1 pro record.
The Raiders officially announced Monday the hiring of Brent Musburger and Lincoln Kennedy.
Efforts to restart licensing hearings and store nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain appear dead for the next year after a congressional panel eliminated a funding request in the defense bill Monday.
The suspension, announced Monday, came after Taurasi received two technical fouls and was ejected for arguing a call in the second quarter of Saturday’s game against the Minnesota Lynx.
The game show based on the most rhetorical question of all time, “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” is looking for Las Vegas contestants.
The husband of adult film performer Stormy Daniels has filed for divorce in Texas.
On the morning of Fourth of July, just weeks shy of his birthday, Christopher Martinez drowned after wandering into a neighbor’s pool.
An excessive heat warning was issued for a broad swath of the southwestern U.S. Monday with temperatures expected to approach 120 degrees (almost 49 Celsius) this week in what forecasters say could prove to be the hottest days of the year.