One man was killed in a shooting Sunday night at a south valley fast-food restaurant.
Conservation activists are urging the Bureau of Land Management to address issues with a historic dam that is trapping mud and slowly burying petroglyphs and other cultural resources in the Arrow Canyon Wilderness.
Henderson oncologist Dr. Mary Ann Allison is preparing to put her long days caring for patients behind her, but before she does she has a few choice words about the growing demands on doctors.
Work isn’t even completed on the first stretch of Interstate 11 bypassing Boulder City, but state officials are already eyeing four alternatives on how Nevada’s newest freeway should connect to Interstate 80 up north.
Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer’s super PAC NextGen America says it plans to focus on the competitive races for governor and Congressional Districts 3 and 4, but will be specifically focused on ousting Nevada’s incumbent Republican Sen. Dean Heller.
Enjoy some of the most interesting photos from Review-Journal photojournalists this past week.
Peace, Love Pit Bulls is a nonprofit organization in Las Vegas that is dedicated to rescuing, training and advocating for pit bulls.
Children playing with candles accidentally set a North Las Vegas home on fire Sunday afternoon, fire officials said.
On Friday, I remembered Marty Allen, along with hundreds more of his friends at a celebration of life at Rampart Casino’s Marquis Ballroom. Those who spoke knew the comic performer well, beginning with the afternoon’s emcee, his widow, Karon Kate Blackwell.
A 72-year-old man died early Sunday in a house fire in Henderson.