A Thursday story about a bill to help clean up the Three Kids Mine in Henderson incorrectly stated the relationship between two of the people leading the effort. Bob Unger and Mindy Unger-Wadkins are brother and sister and partners in the project.
Over three days this week, Review-Journal reporter Trevon Milliard and photographer Jeff Scheid told the agonizing and maddening story of former Chaparral High School student James “Bubba” Dukes, a tragically normal boy within the walls of a campus bursting with hope and heartbreak.
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Faster Pussycat is among the shows in Las Vegas this weekend. If you’re on a budget, you can also find free performances from Clairy Browne, Criminal Hygiene and Barry Black.
Metal icons Judas Priest hit The Pearl at the Palms on Nov. 14, with Steel Panther.
With a new coach in Steve Kerr and a new roster of players, Golden State’s focus has been altered from trying to dominate to learning to facilitate and get comfortable with a new system and a new way of playing.
The WBA junior middleweight champion has enjoyed a multitude of success living and training in Houston with the veteran Shields, who has helped guide Lara to the top of his division. Lara fights Canelo Alvarez Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden.
How the Las Vegas drivers performed in NASCAR’s various series.
A lightning bolt named Shared Belief won the $500,000 Los Alamitos Derby on Saturday. The barometer of his win was he absolutely toyed with a good 3-year-old colt named Candy Boy.
Brandon Allen went 3-for-5 and drove in five runs to lead the 51s past the Reno Aces 9-4 on Thursday in Reno.