Take a look at some eye-catching pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including prep championship games, the Helldorado Parade in downtown Las Vegas and the Clowns of America International convention. On Saturday, Desert Oasis won the first Class 4A Southern Nevada Championship game. The players celebrated with Cali the cat, the team’s de facto mascot.
As honorary consul of Sweden to Nevada, Lena Walther helps Swedish citizens and, at the same time, has founded an organization to fight human trafficking.
A 9-year-old boy from Henderson drowned in North Las Vegas days before an autistic boy who was reported missing was found in his family’s backyard pool.
Lijana Wallenda and her daredevil brother, Nik Wallenda, walked a tightrope some 25 stories above and 1,300 feet across Times Square.
The plant produces many Unilever ice cream brands for distribution across much of the West Coast, including Popsicle, Breyers, Ben Jerry’s, Klondike and Magnum.
Next week the orange safety barrels will finally make their exit after becoming a fixture on the side of Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95 for the last three years.
The Clark County coroner’s office ruled the death of an autistic boy — who was found Saturday in his family’s murky, green pool hours after he had been reported missing — as accidental.
The Bellagio Conservatory Botanical Gardens has opened the gates to its summer display, “La Dolce Vita.”
The Animal Foundation said Monday 38 puppies and an adult dog that were being treated for a parvovirus infection after being rescued on Friday will be treated at other facilities.