Just in time for the start of football season, Freed’s Bakery in Las Vegas is offering Raiders-themed cupcakes.
I agree with Wayne Allyn Root’s assessment in his Sunday column that all of us should practice greater civility, regardless of political affiliation or opinion.
The liberal left uses a tried and true tactic — “Let’s do it ourselves and say they’re doing it.” The Democrats claim Trump divides people — then they use identity politics to divide people.
Frank Russo’s excellent letter to the editor “New Clark County School District discipline policy is ridiculous” captures part of the dangers of the new policy but may not go far enough.
One person is dead after a small plane crashed south of Las Vegas on Wednesday night, according to authorities.
Handicapper Kelly Stewart and USIntegrity president Matt Holt join the Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey to preview college football Week 2.
Uriah Zamir Crain, 29, was sentenced Wednesday for his role in carjackings on June 22 and June 25 of last year, a U.S. Department of Justice release said.
Nevada’s Read by 3 program won’t go into effect for another two years, but you can already see how the education establishment has gutted the program.
Not all forays into politics are equal. Two companies in the news in the past few days highlight this lesson. This is the story of In-N-Out versus Nike. And the Silent Majority has spoken.
Chania Scott had 16 kills in the Mojave girls volleyball team’s 25-18, 25-15, 18-25, 25-19 home win over Spring Valley on Wednesday.