Take a look at some eye-catching pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including high school championship games, UNLV’s graduation ceremony at the Thomas & Mack Center and the Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Desert Oasis won its first Class 4A state baseball title on Friday at Las Vegas Ballpark.
About 300 kids from six regional Boys and Girls clubs took part in a series of hands-on, experiential opportunities to learn about both sports and the Olympics Games. on Tuesday at The Orleans.
Las Vegas has the second hardest drinking water in the nation, according to new rankings from a group that sells water softeners.
The Clark County Commission voted Tuesday to allocate more than $6.1 million in marijuana fees toward adding additional rapid re-housing beds.
Former longtime Henderson employee Michelle Romero was sworn in Tuesday evening to replace term-limited Gerri Schroder as the city’s Ward 1 councilwoman.
A 22-year-old man faces 11 felony charges including burglary, home invasion and grand larceny in connection with two June 2018 break-ins at the Las Vegas entertainer’s southeast valley home.
Layla O’Bryant, 4, was diagnosed with cerebellar ataxia, a lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements. Her condition stemmed from a common cold.
Booking and dispatch records identify an attempted murder suspect in an April robbery and shooting in the central valley.
At Arizona State University, Stephanie Castrignano plans to double major in dance and business communications, then pursue a career as a dance and business professional.
The Las Vegas Rescue Mission is beginning a fundraising drive to renovate its facility serving the homeless, beginning with its shelter for women and children.
For those who yearn to participate in a reality show but don’t want to leave the Las Vegas Valley, the Nevada Film Office has the solution.