The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
A former Las Vegas company mounted a novel defense in dispute over $1.1 million contract with NHL’s Minnesota Wild.
A woman sued by Floyd Mayweather Sr., the father of the champion boxer, is hoping to clear her name, since Mayweather has dropped his suit.
The U.S. Justice Department’s internal watchdog has opened a criminal probe of an FBI agent’s leaks to journalists about an insider trading probe involving a Las Vegas sports gambler and professional golfer Phil Mickelson, a prosecutor said on Wednesday.
Applied Analysis will continue to play an integral role in bringing a stadium to the Las Vegas Valley after the Stadium Authority Board temporarily hired the local research firm during its inaugural meeting Monday.
Thousands of rodeo fans came to Cowboy Christmas on Sunday for some retail therapy and entertainment. The 31st annual shopping spectacular features more than 400 vendors occupying a 440,000-square-foot space at the Las Vegas Convention Center’s South Hall.
The 30th Annual Downtown Hoedown officially kicked off 2016 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo week in Las Vegas.
IOC’s push for regional bids prompts Nevada group to consider hosting events in Southern Nevada to improve chances of landing games as soon as 2026.
After becoming the world’s fastest man to finish all six World Major Marathons in a calendar year, Michael Wardian decided to celebrate by trying to tackle a Guinness World Record.
Cecily Vivers didn’t know which made her more nervous — running a marathon or getting married.