The newspaper swept the Human Rights Reporting category in the awards organized by the Las Vegas chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Slain Review-Journal reporter Jeff German posthumously won Podcast of the Year at Saturday night’s Nevada Press Foundation Awards of Excellence dinner.
Columbus, Ohio officials used nuisance laws to challenge business licenses at properties monopolizing police resources.
Does a heavy police presence at Siena Suites help deter crime? A Review-Journal reporting team spent a week there to find out.
Fireworks exploded at midnight in Las Vegas as revelers braved blustery conditions and a pandemic Friday to ring in 2022 with the return of “America’s Party.”
Higher Ground Climbing and Wellness aims to introduce underprivileged youth to rock climbing and appears to be the first nonprofit of its kind in Las Vegas.
Just past the ninth anniversary of the Newtown, Connecticut, mass shooting, the leader of the Sandy Hook memorial project offers advice to 1 October Memorial Committee.
A survey of 72 current and former Topgolf workers at 28 flagships found that a “pattern and practice of sexual harassment” was “pervading the entire corporation.”
The Las Vegas Review-Journal was recognized with several awards in the 2021 Battle Born Journalism Awards.
The contribution from a Las Vegas law firm was announced Wednesday by the 1 October Memorial Committee during its monthly meeting.