Las Vegas festival celebrates, honors black history

When Dr. James McMillan became the first black dentist in Las Vegas in 1953, he wasn’t allowed to stay at a Strip hotel. Seven years later, McMillan, one of the first presidents of Las Vegas’ chapter of the NAACP, would lead the effort to end such segregation in the city.

UNLV roundup: Baseball team surges late for first win

Dillon Johnson hit an RBI single in the 10th inning to cap UNLV’s rally to an 11-10 win over Seattle in a nonconference baseball game Saturday at Wilson Stadium.

CARTOON: Donald Trump and the wall

Having the authority — and a pen and a phone — doesnt mean you should use it.

Jussie Smollett attack case has ‘shifted,’ police say

Chicago police said Saturday the investigation into the attack reported by Jussie Smollett has “shifted” due to information received from two brothers arrested in the case then released, and police want to interview the “Empire” actor again.

Week in Pictures: Feb. 11-Feb. 16

Take a look at some striking pictures from Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including performers from Cirque du Soleil, Black History Month events and a Valentine’s Day wedding. Dancers from the Classical Dance Academy perform at the Youth America Grand Prix 2019 Regional Semi-Finals at UNLV in Las Vegas, Sunday, Feb. 10, 2019. Caroline […]

Theft suspect who ran onto Las Vegas airfield identified

The man arrested after allegedly stealing from a gas station and leading police on a foot chase onto the McCarran International Airport airfield has been identified as Jeffrey Lambert.

UNLV sweats out 71-64 win at lowly San Jose State

UNLV defeated San Jose State 71-64 on Saturday, avoiding what would have been an embarrassing defeat. Joel Ntambwe scored 20 points for the Rebels, and Amauri Hardy delivered a key late 3-pointer.

Tots rock moves in Las Vegas Valley — PHOTOS

On Friday, children from across the Las Vegas Valley enjoyed “Tiny Toes on the Go,” a music and movement program designed for toddlers.

‘Star Trek’ star William Shatner sings at Grand Ole Opry

Actor William Shatner boldly went where no “Star Trek” captain has gone before when he took the stage for the first time for the Grand Ole Opry radio show to sing from his new album of country songs.

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