Scheduled to open in 2021, it is expected to be busier than Madison Square Garden in New York. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The explosive ordnance disposal unit of the 3665th Ordnance Company is leaving for a 10-month stint in the Middle East. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Representatives from the Las Vegas Aviators and Triple a baseball announce Las Vegas Ballpark to host the 2020 Triple-A National Championship Game next September.
Amazon is working with Panattoni Development Co. to build a fulfillment center in Henderson, a city spokeswoman confirmed. The project spans more than 600,000 square feet and is located near the Raiders’ practice facility off St. Rose Parkway.
As classroom temperatures reached 100 degrees students from Chaparral High School and Harris Elementary School were sent home or bused to other schools after an outage due to “damage to NV Energy equipment.” (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Review-Journal reporters Ben Gotz and David Schoen talk with Golden Knights president Kerry Bubolz about his experiences with LeBron James, the team’s new initiatives, a possible MLS expansion team and more.
Years before the Northwest Academy boarding school in Amargosa Valley was closed amid an ongoing child abuse investigation, juvenile probation officials from four Nevada communities pulled their students from the facility.
North Las Vegas Police hold a press conference about the second officer involved shooting of 2019. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
RTC revenue generated by Las Vegas Strip bus ridership has fallen over $7 million since 2015.
The officers enter the backyard to begin a welfare check on the resident, but locate the dog “unsecured” and barking at officers. Officers back up and round a previous corner for shielding from the pit bull, but the pit bull approaches them and is acting aggressive.
The officer wearing the body camera can be heard telling other officers to back up. He fires two shots and heads forward toward the backyard again.