Las Vegas Review-Journal business reporter Eli Segall sits down with Aaron Drawhorn to discuss four key trends in the Las Vegas housing market. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
MLS and Liga MX announced Thursday at a press conference at the Bellagio that their newly formed Leagues Cup, which pits four teams from each league in a tournament, will hold its final at Sam Boyd Stadium on Sept. 18. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Photographer Peter Lik has teamed up with Jewel Homes to design new homes for Las Vegas that take inspiration from different parts of the world.
The 16-foot tall Blue Angel statue that stood above the Blue Angel Motel for six decades is featured in a mural spanning three walls at a downtown Las Vegas building. James Stanford designed the “A Phalanx of Angels Ascending” mural based on his photography, and Cliff Morris painted the mural at 705 Las Vegas Blvd. North, near the Neon Museum. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
University of Nevada, Reno, officials allowed the media to enter part of Argenta Hall on Thursday, July 11, 2019. The dormitory was damaged in a blast on Friday, July 5. (Bill Dentzer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Capt. James Ketchell of England shows off his gyrocopter at Henderson Executive Airport on July 11, 2019. (Michael Blackshire/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The whimsical Ugly Duckling sign has returned home to the Neon Museum’s Boneyard after receiving extensive restoration and refurbishment. The popular, double-sided sign has been re-electrified in all its glory for the public to enjoy during boneyard admission hours.
Tom McGrath, district manager/executive chef at Frites at the Excalibur in Las Vegas, tops his beef-tallow fries like a loaded baked potato – with white and yellow cheddar, sour cream, bacon and chives. (Heidi Knapp Rinella/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The reorganization of the Clark County School District is contributing to the district’s budget pinch. At this point, it’s impossible to predict know how the new education funding formula will work. Also, Nevada charter schools need to serve more high-need students before it’s possible to tell if they’re successful. That’s according to Kenneth Retzl, director of education policy with the Kenny Guinn Center for Policy Priorities.