We are down to just a handful of teams in pursuit of a state title.
With Friday being National Margarita Day, we’re highlighting a few Las Vegas variations on the classic cocktail, offered as specials or at special prices.
Noah Taitz drilled a 3-pointer with about three seconds to play to give the Gaels a 70-67 win over Coronado in the Class 4A Desert Region boys basketball semifinals at Foothill.
A super snow moon rises over the Plaza in downtown Las Vegas.
UNLV senior Elizabeth Prior won her second straight tournament, romping to a seven-shot victory Tuesday in the Rebel Beach Invitational at Spanish Trail Country Club.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he intends to nominate Jeffrey Rosen, a longtime litigator and deputy transportation secretary, to replace Rod Rosenstein as deputy attorney general.
Sheriff doesn’t have the option to ignore laws.
“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett suspected of staging hate-crime attack.
It’s a lot harder to attack your legislative allies than your enemies. Just ask the Nevada State Education Association.
Carrying the banner for rent control, government secrecy.
Protecting U.S. citizens and our sovereignty.
Amy Elizabeth Fleming was booked into Las Vegas City Jail on Tuesday, after being arrested in January in connection with her son’s disappearance more than 30 years ago.
The Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an agreement to begin exclusively negotiating with the Vegas Golden Knights to bring an ice rink complex to the city’s downtown district.
The Basic Magnesium Inc. plant in Henderson helped change the face of Las Vegas during World War II, attracting black workers from throughout the South to new defense-related job opportunities here.
Two mothers of children slain by undocumented immigrants said they tried unsuccessfully to persuade President Donald Trump to delay signing a spending bill to prevent a government shutdown when they and four other “Angel Moms” met with him last Friday.
Golden Knights general manager George McPhee finds himself in a difficult spot with this year’s trade deadline looming at noon Pacific time Monday.
Las Vegas Strip headliner Lady Gaga and her fiance, talent agent Christian Carino, have split up.
The names were big and their plans even bigger, but the property near the Las Vegas Strip has nothing to show for it. Now new owners are taking a chance on the 60-acre site, purchasing it for $130 million.
The Rape Crisis Center has a new, larger office space, which officials on Tuesday said will help its staff better serve the increasing number of sexual assault survivors who are choosing to come forward and seek services in the Me Too era.
Investigators were unable to determine what killed a man whose remains were found in a desert area in the far northeast valley in December.
Las Vegas police are investigating Tuesday whether there is a hazardous substance at an apartment complex where a person died on Monday.
Motorists who take the risk of running red lights in Nevada may soon pay the price thanks to technology.
After criticism from off-roaders and environmentalists, the Clark County Commission has delayed action on a proposal to create three new recreation areas for all-terrain vehicles.
Detectives from the North Las Vegas Police Department are asking for help in identifying suspects from a robbery this month at a convenience store.
As cities across the U.S. wrangle with the emerging ride-sharing business, Clark County officials say they are not quite ready to embrace electric scooters — even as a pilot program.
Assaulting a security guard in Nevada could carry the same punishment as assaulting a police officer, under a proposed law change being considered in the state Legislature.
There is still a portion of disbelief and sadness for Pablo Rodriguez after a weekend break-in at his restaurant west of the Las Vegas Strip.
Review-Journal reporter Ben Gotz answers reader questions on the Golden Knights.