As dismissive and humble as he is, David Becker’s photos were some of the first pieces of evidence that pointed to the terror so many experienced Oct. 1. In the days after it happened, they ran on more than 130 front pages around the world.
Antonio McLandau wasn’t even on the job for a full two months when his public bus was transformed into an oversize ambulance the night of the Oct. 1 shooting.
The Warriors youth football and cheerleading camp aims to steer children away from becoming involved in illegal activity while promoting athleticism, teamwork and education.
The surges in rent are part of a nationwide, three-year-old U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development policy change introduced to help stretch the federal agency’s budget.
The Original LV Project Taco festival celebrated its second year Saturday at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas.
Don’t forget to “fall back” Saturday night — turn your clocks back one hour Saturday night in preparation for the return of standard time at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Back in 1987, you could buy a postage stamp for 24 cents, a dozen eggs for 65 cents and a gallon of gas for 89 cents. In the headlines: the Iran-Contra affair and the Unabomber. On the big screen, “Wall Street” reflected one aspect of life in America, “Fatal Attraction” another.
Just because you look around doesn’t mean you see — or understand — what you observe.
Bicyclists took part in a Ghost Bike ride and ceremony Saturday in Henderson to remember Cara Cox, a cyclist who died two months after she was hit by a car on Oct. 7, 2015.
D’Andre Burnett, a 17-year-old high school senior, has had s rocky educational journey. But after his arrest for fighting with a classmate, he decided to apply himself at school and try to graduate this spring.