To help celebrate the launch of Disney+ on Nov. 12, Review.org is looking for up to five people who won’t mind watching 30 Disney full-length features or shows in 30 days.
Dennis Rudner is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has had a diverse career with newspapers in Ohio, New Mexico, Oregon, Nebraska and Nevada. Prior to an eight-year stint as assistant sports editor at the RJ, he helped develop Indian gaming in New Mexico. He lives in Summerlin with his wife, two dogs, one cat and turtle. Dotting the “I” tops his bucket list.
An child custody argument led to a shooting on Tuesday night in central Las Vegas.
A New Jersey man walked away from Plinko with $202,000 and then followed up with winning the “Showcase Showdown” to become the biggest single-day winner in the show’s history.
The Metropolitan Police Department had asked for the public’s assistance in locating a missing man, Fernando Najera Fuentes.
The 32-year-old frontman of Imagine Dragons announced via social media on Tuesday the birth of Valentine Reynolds.
Las Vegas police are looking for two men who robbed an east valley bar on Monday night.
A public service announcement released Wednesday by Sandy Hook Advocacy is purposefully grim and shocking.
Nearly 20 years of waiting didn’t disappoint sky gazers Friday night thanks to September’s full moon or so-called harvest moon.
No injuries were reported in a fire Thursday night in the central Las Vegas Valley, according to the Las Vegas Fire Department.
Houston television stations reported a group of angry customers took extreme measures to get their hands on Popeyes hard-to-get chicken sandwiches.
An attempt by a good Samaritan to render aid on Thursday night in the southern Las Vegas Valley proved to be deadly to a 58-year-old man.
The NFL preseason officially gets underway when the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons meet Thursday in the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame game in Canton, Ohio.
Onetime Sierra Vista High School pitcher Amir Garrett, who also played basketball at Findlay Prep, charged the Pittsburgh dugout and took on what seemed the entire Pirates team
In the aftermath of one of the largest data breaches in history, Equifax has agreed to pay between $575 million and $700 million to the more than 147 million Americans whose financial data was exposed in 2017.