Critics see what they consider hardball tactics by the district as a waste of taxpayer dollars in hopes of exhausting the plaintiffs’ finances.
Jeremy Renbarger, 26, went into cardiac arrest twice and doctors said he would likely spend the rest of his days in a vegetative state. Two weeks later, he walked out of the hospital.
With the Main Event in full swing, perplexed commuters are still figuring out the best way to get around the maze of detours plaguing downtown Las Vegas.
ASD Market Week, a B2B trade show, is bringing a wide variety of retail merchandise together to the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Cats And Sin City cat club, in cooperation with the City of Henderson, presented the March Madness Cat Show this past weekend at the Henderson Multigenerational Center.
Have a look at some of the most unforgettable photos from Review-Journal photojournalists this past week.
Roger Daltrey says of a return of The Who to the Strip: “We’ve got offers. If Pete wanted to do it, I would do it; let’s put it that way.”
The Moody Blues, who issued that masterpiece in 1967, are returning to Encore Theater for an engagement past their four-show spree in January.
State and county officials plan to begin work April 2 to back-fill several dozen abandoned mine shafts peppering the future park site on county-owned land west of Fort Apache and Warm Springs roads.
Monday and Tuesday will bring highs of 74 and 77, respectively, the weather service said. Temperatures are expected to dip slightly Wednesday to a high of 72 degrees. The normal high this time of year is 69.