Three people were injured Tuesday night in a shooting at Fashion Show mall.
Custom Pizza Truck serves pizzas in a one of a kind food truck that traveled to Poland and back. (Elizabeth Page Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @elipagephoto
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, activists gathered Monday to protest the two controversial city policies that ban camping downtown when there are beds available and during street cleaning hours.
The Las Vegas Strip would be closed to vehicle traffic the three days of the NFL draft, April 23-25, to accommodate an expected 400,000 or more attendees, according to a source with direct knowledge of the draft plan.
Las Vegas police have arrested the man accused of attacking a military veteran on a public bus on Dec. 13.
Nathaniel Graves, 26, was arrested Saturday on charges of mayhem, battery resulting in substantial bodily harm, and abuse of an old/vulnerable person with substantial bodily harm
Hundreds of people marched through downtown Las Vegas on Saturday as part of the Empowering Women March 2020.
The event coincided with the annual women’s marches that began in 2017 as a protest of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Many marchers wore pink hats or shirts, chanted and carried signs as the group snaked from Fremont Street up Ninth Street, then along East Ogden Avenue and finally down Las Vegas Boulevard to the Lloyd D. George Courthouse, where they rallied for about 90 minutes.
Robert Green, 86, a Las Vegas resident and close confidante of Martin Luther King Jr., talks to students at Matt Kelly Elementary School in Las Vegas. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Scott Booth, a former pilot for Papillon Grand Canyon Helicopters, talks about piloting a Papillon tour helicopter when the aircraft crashed in Grand Canyon in 2018, killing five of the six passengers. (Erik Verduzco/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Steve Hill, president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, hints at new branding slogan for Las Vegas, which will no longer be “What happens here, stays here.” The new slogan will be unveiled Jan. 26 during the Grammy Awards. (Renee Summerour/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The National Park Service gets out on the waters of Lake Mead and Lake Mohave each year to count any raptors they lay eyes on. The birds are at the top of a food chain, so monitoring their numbers over time can help indicate if problems are occurring with the environment and the rest of the chain below them. (Ellen Schmidt/Las Vegas Review-Journal)