This spooky season, terrors abound in haunted houses, pumpkin patches and scary movies.
The Review-Journal is rolling out newspaper racks equipped with flat-screen monitors streaming RJ-produced videos from local and breaking news to sports and weather.
Gov. Steve Sisolak and 2020 presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren were among the large group of political figures and supporters to march in the Las Vegas Pride Night Parade.
In an amended Las Vegas Justice Court case, the suspect now only faces one misdemeanor count of providing a false statement to obstruct a public officer.
A Las Vegas nonprofit is collecting professional clothing so that local women looking to re-enter the workforce can receive fresh interview attire.
People gathered Friday afternoon in the east Las Vegas Valley to celebrate a security guard killed in the Route 91 mass shooting.
Nearly 100 people gathered Friday night to honor Marco Antonio Alvizo outside the apartment complex where he was killed less than 48 hours earlier.
Federal official praises Clark County School District for its testing program, which detected elevated lead levels in water at three schools in late 2017 and early 2018.
The Ball family, who already deals with challenges most families don’t, got an unexpected surprise from a security systems worker, who brought more than just peace of mind.
Dayna Roselli, a popular morning personality on Las Vegas TV since 2004, has marked her final day at KTNV Channel 13.