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.
Part three of the Review-Journal’s five-part podcast series “Critical Condition: Accounts from One October” is available now.
The Clark County cases are part of what federal and local health authorities describe as an outbreak of serious health disease linked to e-cigarettes.
The state Gaming Control Board has filed a five-count complaint against Steve Wynn alleging sexual harassment of several female employees and violating state licensing suitability regulations.
Producer Anita Mann has kept the show’s quality high throughout the years, developing and adding new numbers as the anniversary passes.
For the Zunino family of southwest Las Vegas, the first-ever Mystic Fair at Windmill Library offered a chance to explore alternative approaches to healing and managing stress.
A proposed assisted living facility that would occupy a vacant lot at Mission Drive and Horizon Ridge Parkway is too large for the area, neighbors say.
Doll collecting is due to experience a boom when millennials — the oldest of whom are in their late 30s — hit their 50s and embrace handmade crafts over high-tech gadgets, said Stuart Holbrook.
The state transportation department secured almost $27 million in federal dollars to go toward the Interstate 15-215 Beltway interchange project in North Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas psychiatrist has been publicly reprimanded for failing to redirect a female patient when she began to touch him inappropriately.
The Clark County coroner’s office determined that an inmate who died on Sept. 2 died of natural causes.