Las Vegas police say a person was attacked by a group of people on the Strip on Saturday night.
Tourists interviewed on the Strip this week say they feel safe despite the recent spate of violence, noting increased police presence as a positive factor.
A hyper-charged atmosphere of political division awaits Judge Amy Coney Barrett this week when Senate hearings begin on her nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The vast majority of Clark County’s public charter schools offered fully remote instruction when the school year began. But now, some are bringing up to 25 percent of students back to campus.
Tourists said they feel safe on the Las Vegas Strip and that they had not heard about recent shootings on the Strip before coming to Vegas.
Months into the pandemic, vulnerable medical practitioners have witnessed the deadly toll of the virus on the reservation and are taking extra steps to stay safe.
The longer kids remain at home, the more likely it becomes that many — particularly those in underprivileged communities — will be forever stunted academically.
Presidential candidate Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris have been not-so-artfully dodging four very important questions from the media
All the letters in Thursday’s Review-Journal were about President Donald Trump and all were negative. I am sick and tired of the negativity.
You are so terribly wrong to endorse President Donald Trump for a second term.