Take a look at some eye-catching pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including Golden Knights playoffs, Las Vegas Ballpark opening and National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show.
A civil lawsuit against a prominent real estate broker charged in a fatal DUI wreck could be worth nearly half a billion dollars, lawyers told a judge Tuesday.
A local campaign geared toward stopping human trafficking began earlier this month, with posters featuring hotlines appearing in bus stops across the valley.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada on Tuesday opened its Rights For All office, where volunteers will learn to demand clear policy positions out of presidential candidates.
With the back-to-school shopping season on its way, local J.C. Penney stores are ready to hire as many as 125 seasonal associates.
An American Airlines flight heading to Dallas-Fort Worth returned to Reno shortly after takeoff and made a safe emergency landing after issues with the landing gear and a tire.
The Regional Transportation Commission on Tuesday commemorated its newly launched ride-sharing service, which takes groups of up to 11 people to stops from downtown to the M Resort.
The protests in June 1969 by those who frequented the popular gay club Stonewall Inn marked the beginning of the gay rights movement in America.
The five-week project will generally restrict traffic during weeknights to one lane in both directions between Cathedral Rock Drive and Cheyenne Avenue.
McCarran International and Henderson Executive airports were awarded more than $9 million in federal grants to go toward various improvements at both facilities.
Homicide detectives are continuing to investigate the death of a 33-year-old Daryl Warren Young in November despite a ruling by the Clark County coroner’s office.