The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
A toucan that became a local sensation while living wild much of the year in Southern California has finally been captured.
From wars and natural disasters to the tension of U.S. presidential election and celebrity deaths, 2016 was a rough one for many. So, we asked several Southern Nevada psychics what they see ahead for us in 2017.
It’s a brand new year — a blank canvas for those hoping to make the upcoming 365 days a year of self-improvement. Instead of the usual resolutions, make plans to spruce up your home to start the new year with a more energy-efficient and pleasant foundation.
The most frequently asked question asked in 2016 concerned fig trees. Readers wanted to know why their fig trees did not produce good fruit. Either the fruit dropped from the tree when it was small, or the fruit clung to the tree and never became large but remained small, hard and dry.
Q: The last time it rained, I noticed a small stain on my ceiling. I have an asphalt shingle roof, and I’m guessing that I have a roof leak, but I don’t know quite how to go about fixing it. Please give me some guidance.
With some 300,000 visitors descending on Las Vegas for a new year’s weekend of revelry, overindulgence and possible mayhem, area hospitals are gearing up for a potential flood of ailments and injuries. They’ve also got blueprints in place for the worst case scenario.
A member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir said she has resigned from the famed group over its decision to perform at next month’s inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Arizona Snowbowl, just outside Flagstaff, has been around for 78 years, but these days it feels like a new place.
Editor’s note: We added a race in Green Valley set for 10 a.m. Sunday.