Dr. Michael Gardner discusses the shortages of OB-GYN doctors that will happen and what steps are being taken to entice them to come or stay in the Las Vegas area.
The state is investigating marijuana health concerns from several pot shops. Government and politics editor Steve Sebelius talks with Carson City bureau chief Colton Lochhead about the issue.
Setup is underway at the Alien Research Center in Hiko ahead of their Area 51 Basecamp event. Setup will ramp up over the next 2 days, with event taking place Friday and Saturday. (Mick Akers/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
People around Las Vegas remember the terrible tragedy that occurred on 9/11 in New York.
A Henderson fatal plane crash near the Henderson Executive Airport leaves two dead and three injured.
St. Rose Parkway continues to have construction along the six-and-a-half mile road. Review-Journal studio host Aaron Drawhorn and business reporter Eli Segall go over the construction projects that are coming to Henderson.
Cory Booker talks on the RJ Politics podcast about college debt, informing workers about their rights and livable wages.
The views of Lake Las Vegas from 8 Rue Promenade Way are panoramic and through each arched window, postcard-perfect. Impeccably groomed shores, waterfalls, golf courses, and upscale living define the exclusive landscape. But it’s the European-inspired, 7,000-square-foot home with floor-to-ceiling windows, stone fireplaces, curved stairways, French doors and ample nooks and balconies that suggest palatial hideaway.
Democrat Presidential Candidate Cory Booker speaks to supporters at a Labor Dady Barbeque at Craig Ranch Park in Las Vegas.
Southern Nevada, along with Central Arizona and Southern California, make up a “hot zone” that is reporting the highest number of mosquito-borne West Nile virus cases in the country. The Southern Nevada Health District recently reported 28 cases of West Nile virus in Clark County. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)