The Barrett-Jackson Auction has returned to the Las Vegas Convention Center to auction off over 650 vehicles, including classic cars and new models.
Emerson Drewes has been serving as a business reporting intern at the Las Vegas Review-Journal since May 2022. In addition to her work at the Review-Journal, Drewes serves as the editor-in-chief at her college publication The Nevada Sagebrush. Drewes was born and raised in Las Vegas and currently attends the Reynolds School of Journalism at the University of Nevada, Reno where she is expected to graduate Spring 2024.
The city of Las Vegas unveiled 12 new banners located downtown to highlight chapels in the “Wedding Capital of the World.”
Many nonprofits are operating Phantom Fireworks booths in the Las Vegas Valley as a way to raise funds.
Clark County has many restrictions for fireworks that locals and visitors should be aware of before lighting them over the July 4th holiday.
On Sunday, some pastors and churches praised the abortion decision made by the Supreme Court while other pastors admonished the vote.
The City of Las Vegas celebrates the African American community with a proposed African American Museum and Cultural Center.
Three Square Food Bank received a large donation on Tuesday afternoon from InTouch Credit Union.
Four companies are expected to create more than 1,000 jobs in Southern Nevada.
Victor Botnari, owner of Universal Motorcars, gives advice to motorists on how to preserve their car during the summer season.
Displays of fine diamonds, gems and stones line the aisle of the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry and Watch Show.
HELP of Southern Nevada provided some short-term relief for mothers and parents with a baby formula and diaper drive Saturday.