Pro Football Hall of Fame member Jonathan Ogden, his wife Kema and his friends come together on Sunday to support the Ogden Foundation to rise money for the programs that help at-risk families as well as foster and homeless children in the community. Chitose Suzuki Las Vegas Review-Journal
Three crimson columns are among the relics from the landmark that represents desegregation in Las Vegas casinos, but while the Moulin Rouge site’s future hangs in limbo, they lie haphazardly on a dirt lot.
Headlights illuminated by shades of yellow, green, blue, purple and red appear to be the latest trend hitting the roads. The novelty tints may look cool and distinctive, but they’re poor at projecting the right amount of light and they’re illegal.
On Sunday, people from across the Las Vegas Valley came together for the Celebrate Israel Day Festival at the Palazzo Ballroom in The Venetian.
The state teachers union on Friday launched a new digital ad painting Democratic gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak as the “most conservative Democrat” in the race.
Army veteran LaDon Henry hopes to become Nevada’s first openly transgender legislator.
Take a stroll through some of the most eye-catching photos from Review-Journal photojournalists this past week.
Senior Shintaro Ban set three league records while leading the UNLV men’s golf team to its third straight Mountain West championship Sunday in Bremerton, Washington.
Photo by Patrick Connolly Photo by Erik Verduzco Photo by Patrick Connolly Photo by Chase Stevens Photo by Erik Verduzco Photo by Ben Hager Photo by Erik Verduzco Photo by Patrick Connolly Photo by Ben Hager Photo by K.M. Cannon
Shania Twain has apologized for saying if she were American she would have voted for Donald Trump for president, even though he’s offensive.