Take a look at some striking pictures from Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including weather features, a boxing match and the super blood wolf moon.
Edwin Fujinaga, 72, former owner of the medical-billing-collections company MRI, defrauded thousands of investors in one of the biggest financial crimes in U.S. history.
PRB veterans such as the Descendents and Rancid and first-timers including The Specials highlight the festival’s 21st year of musical mayhem.
Democratic presidential candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will visit the Las Vegas Valley next week for a pair of campaign events. One is open to the public.
Cadesha Bishop, 25, accused of shoving a 74-year-old man to his death off a bus in Las Vegas, appeared briefly before a judge Thursday on a murder charge.
Christopher G. Alarcon died Monday night after his bike left the roadway and crashed into a wash. His death was ruled an accident by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A handful of students were cited Thursday morning on the last day of school after fights broke out at three Las Vegas Valley high schools.
Joseph Yablonsky, the controversial and notoriously outspoken former head of the FBI’s Las Vegas field office, died Tuesday morning in Florida. He was 90.
The Hummer was turning onto Main Street from Ogden Avenue on Wednesday when it struck a woman in a crosswalk, Las Vegas police said.
Kim Blandino made headlines in the early 1990s after he was convicted of kidnapping for taking his two young sons from their mother in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas has seen some strange weather so far in 2019, with unusually cool, wet conditions that set records and helped reduce water use.