This spooky season, terrors abound in haunted houses, pumpkin patches and scary movies.
The Review-Journal is rolling out newspaper racks equipped with flat-screen monitors streaming RJ-produced videos from local and breaking news to sports and weather.
Danny Gans was the first star headliner to command a $100 (well, $99) ticket in his days at the Rio
Caesars Entertainment Corp. and Eldorado Resorts Inc. shareholders will meet in Las Vegas and Reno to consider the planned $17.3 billion merger of the two companies.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and 2020 presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren were among the large group of political figures and supporters to march in the Las Vegas Pride Night Parade.
The Friday wreck happened on the 3900 block of West Carey Avenue. Traffic on Carey is shut down between Simmons Street and North Rancho Drive as police investigate.
In an amended Las Vegas Justice Court case, the suspect now only faces one misdemeanor count of providing a false statement to obstruct a public officer.
A Las Vegas nonprofit is collecting professional clothing so that local women looking to re-enter the workforce can receive fresh interview attire.
The city of Las Vegas plans to intervene in the Supreme Court case over the development of the defunct Badlands golf course, in the hopes of getting EHB Cos. and neighbors fighting the project to negotiate.
People gathered Friday afternoon in the east Las Vegas Valley to celebrate a security guard killed in the Route 91 mass shooting.