Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters bring you the latest stories and updates on the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
A woman in her early 60s was discovered dead with multiple stab wounds in a central Las Vegas home Friday night, police said.
A man who police said shot and killed another man before turning the gun on himself has been identified as Domingo Alonso, 78.
U.S. Highway 95 southbound has re-opened after police activity temporarily shut it down Friday night.
Forty-two Clark County schools have solar panel installations that save the district roughly $514,000 per year in energy costs. But proponents of an all-solar solution say it could save many millions more over the long haul.
The nearly 90 people who thought they had won money in Station Casinos’ “bad beat jackpot” poker promotion had to wait more than nine months to cash in.
Legacy Golf Club owners and residents settled a legal fight Thursday afternoon after both parties agreed to create a stronger deed restriction and but also develop a part of the property.
The Clark County School Board is expected to approve a settlement for the school district’s second-in-command arising from a complaint over inappropriate actions by Trustee Kevin Child, according to sources familiar with the matter.
A late-winter storm dumped heavy snow Friday on northern Nevada, closing schools and public buildings in the Reno area, delaying the opening of a ski resort in the Sierra Nevada and shutting down a highway to California.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife’s new reality show is sort of like “The Real Housewives of Reno,” only with feathers.