A Las Vegas officer shot at a dog after it charged at police Wednesday morning as they investigated a possible shooting at a business complex in the Spring Valley area.
Police investigate after a person was struck and killed by a train near downtown Las Vegas near West Owens Avenue and Stocker Street on Wednesday. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
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 Clark County Teacher’s Union plans on announcing a strike if its demands are not met in contract talks with the Clark County School District. The Clark County Education Association, which has threatened to strike for months, has given the district until Thursday to propose an acceptable contract for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 school years.
The city of Las Vegas will welcome the NFL with open arms in 2020, with the draft set for April 23-25 and the new Raiders stadium opening in July. Nashville hosted the 2019 NFL Draft and broke multiple records including total direct spending and attendance and the pressure is on Las Vegas to top those figures.
“Seven Magic Tires,” created by Las Vegas artists Justin Favela and Ramiro Gomez, substitutes piles of tires for hefty boulders to recreate the scale model. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak speaks at the 2019 Opioid Response Summit at the Tuscany Suites and Casino. Sisolak discusses the Opioid epidemic in Nevada and how attendees can take what they learn back to there communities.
Hawaiian Airlines will launch the new nonstop service on Dec. 15, the carrier announced Monday. The flights will be among the first using Hawaiian’s new narrow-body Airbus A321neo aircraft.
Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Sheriff Brett Zimmerman briefs the media on Monday, Aug. 12, 2019, on the officer-involved shooting that occurred at a Speedee Mart on Paradise Road on Wednesday, Aug 7. Thirteen rounds were fired at the U-haul truck as the man attempted to flee. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Arizona Diamondbacks have had discussions with the city of Henderson regarding the possibility of relocating the team to Nevada. Henderson gave its side of the story, now it’s time to hear from the people of Arizona. LVRJ host Cassie Soto and LVRJ Sports Columnist Ed Graney made the trip to Phoenix to hear first-hand reactions from fans who have followed the team since its inception in 1998.