Take a look at some eye-catching pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including Golden Knights playoffs, Las Vegas Ballpark opening and National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show. Raymond Saumure, environmental biologist for the Southern Nevada Water Authority, releases relict leopard frogs at the Cotton Grove inside Springs Preserve in Las Vegas, […]
The first day of the Las Vegas Polo Classic outdoor match — only the second of its kind to be played in Las Vegas — took place Saturday at Star Nursery Field. The event continues Sunday.
Parents, kids, sponsors and community officials gathered Saturday at a baseball field in the Historic Westside to celebrate opening day for Bolden Little League.
Saturday’s grand opening of The Writer’s Block celebrated the first look at the store’s new location at 519 S. Sixth St. It also marked the launch of The Lucy, a new mixed-use campus committed to fostering a community of creativity.
About 7 p.m. Friday, the Henderson Police Department responded to a three-car crash involving a pedestrian and a bicyclist at Sunset Boulevard and Boulder Highway.
One man died after an auto-pedestrian crash in the southeast valley Saturday morning.
Q: I purchased a few waxleaf privet plants in February. They were planted in my yard using drip irrigation with one drip emitter per plant for about one month now. I am starting to see some black markings and yellowing on the leaves. I also think there may be some root rot, but I am unsure.
Dozens of rare relict leopard frogs were set free Thursday in their new urban habitat at the Springs Preserve, part of the effort to revive the species thought to be extinct along the Virgin and Colorado rivers before it was discovered anew near Lake Mead in 1991.