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.
“Candy Land” is a tease to what might be a resident production at Light by the end of the year.
The DMV will use odometer readings gathered during emissions tests in Clark and Washoe counties ahead of registrations in those areas.
Tickets for the Storm Area 51 Basecamp Experience, featuring ufologists and other speakers Sept. 20 and 21, are on sale at Ticketmaster.
A love of reading helped Ashley McBryde become a storyteller’s storyteller. It’s a talent that’s evident on her major label debut, “Girl Going Nowhere.”
All six shots fired by SWAT officers at an attempted robbery suspect who pointed a weapon at police following an hourslong standoff struck the suspect, police said Thursday.
The number of cases of West Nile virus in Clark County has risen to a record 28, prompting the Southern Nevada Health District to declare an outbreak of the mosquito-borne illness.
The historic Powell Expedition through the Grand Canyon ended in Nevada 150 years ago.
An excessive heat warning for the Las Vegas Valley was canceled early Thursday — not that it will do a lot to change the above-normal heat.
Boulevard Mall is going through another transformation that will mix its art-deco-style with a bit of Spanish.
North Las Vegas intends to hire outgoing state corrections chief James Dzurenda as a consultant to help re-open its jail. Dzurenda’s resignation was announced last month.