The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada launched the “Seeing Orange” campaign in May 2015 as a one-stop option for people to learn about street and highway construction projects.
Steve Wynn isn’t the only casino developer who deserves credit for changing the face of Las Vegas. Jay Sarno, who opened Caesars Palace in 1966 and Circus Circus in 1968, more than earned his share of credit too.
A few streets in Las Vegas have some strange angles or curves that don’t make much sense.
A poll released last month by AAA’s Foundation for Traffic Safety found that 87.5 percent of us believe distracted driving is getting worse, outpacing traffic congestion, aggressive drivers, motorists who use drugs and drunken driving as “growing concerns” on the road.
Las Vegas attorney John Momot Jr. was as fine a man as people said after he died April 12 at age 74. I liked and admired his legal abilities as a criminal defense attorney. But there was a mysterious moment in Momot’s past.
Admiration and support for Chief Academic Officer Mike Barton were almost universal, but in a twist that could have come from a Shakespearean tragedy, Barton’s supporters may have caused his downfall.
Sound and smell are Review-Journal columnist Jane Ann Morrison’s most vivid memories of the PEPCON explosion 30 years ago.
With the start of National Bike Month on Tuesday, a local cycling advocacy group wants to remind motorists about the so-called “Three-Feet Rule.”
Headlights illuminated by shades of yellow, green, blue, purple and red appear to be the latest trend hitting the roads. The novelty tints may look cool and distinctive, but they’re poor at projecting the right amount of light and they’re illegal.