About 40 people gathered on the Strip on Sunday to mourn the death of Tashii Brown, who was choked by a Las Vegas police officer a year ago Monday.
UNLV was one of 17 teams to receive a bid Sunday to the National Invitational Softball Championship and will host one of four double-elimination regional tournaments starting Wednesday.
Christian Hunt, 21, says the clinic operated by WestCare was instrumental in getting him into a long-term recovery program after five years in which getting high was “all I was interested in.”
A few streets in Las Vegas have some strange angles or curves that don’t make much sense.
The Nevada Latin Chamber of Commerce came out against the Energy Choice Initiative, the ballot question that would restructure the state’s energy market so customers can pick their own electricity provider.
American jobs will be lost to other countries who are willing to trade with Iran.
Each year, 130,000 horses, 10,000 of them thoroughbreds, are transported to Mexico or Canada to be slaughtered under often-brutal conditions.
Failing businesses are an essential part of a healthy economy. It’s a counter-intuitive insight, but the Review-Journal’s Wade Tyler Millward’s recent report on the businesses that replaced unsuccessful grocery stores shows why.
What a joke
A sop to a powerful lobby