Sen. Ted Cruz talks to the editorial board of the Review-Journal about giving land back to the states.
Sen. Ted Cruz speaks to the Review-Journal’s editorial board about his stance on immigration.
Firefighter Academy recruits and Clark County Fire Department volunteers do a live fire training exercise.
UFC fighter Yoel Romero is interviewed about his upcoming fight during a media day at the MGM Grand casino-hotel Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship broke ground for their new headquarters at the intersection of Torrey Pines Drive and Raphael Rivera Way in Las Vegas. The headquarters will include a sports training center and a rehabilitation facility that all UFC fighters will be able to use.
Dan Coughlin gets asked a lot why he owns a Thai restaurant.
He says because he’s Thai, but noone believes him. His half-Irish half-Thai ancestry fools his restaurant’s crowd.
But noone can doubt his skills with the cuisine. Coughlin’s greatest goal with opening Le Thai was to throw out the sometimes awkward, stuffy feeling felt at most Thai restaurants and instead have a chill, simple Thai food on-the-street vibe.
After celebrating their four year anniversary this past Nov. 1, Le Thai has proved itself a gem in the downtown dining scene in Las Vegas.
Dave Rice addresses the media after UNLV’s 74-72 win over Cal Poly. (Gilbert Manzano/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Democratic Party presidential candidate Bernie Sanders spoke at a rally Sunday night in North Las Vegas on various topics, this is one of them.
Over 2 decades after the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur, his killer has never been caught while numerous conspiracies still swirl around the murder and the elusive question, “Who shot Tupac Shakur?” (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Over 40 years Lonnie Hammargren has collected over 10,000 different artifacts–from an Apollo space capsule to a roller coaster from the Stratosphere to Nevada history pieces. He will open his home museum to the public for Nevada Day 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at 4318 Ridgecrest Drive. Admission is $15 for adults; free for children under 12. Last year, he said 1,500 patrons a day attended.