A 28-year-old man died Saturday after his Dodge muscle car veered off of the 215 Beltway and struck an embankment near Lone Mountain Road.
Rory Appleton joined the Review-Journal in May 2019 as a politics reporter after five years with The Fresno Bee, where he most recently covered politics. Born and raised in Fresno, he graduated with a degree in print journalism from Fresno State University before joining his hometown paper, where his work earned six California News Publishers Association top awards in a two-year span.
Temperatures on Saturday only reached 89 degrees, breaking the record for the date, last set on June 22, 1976, at 91 degrees. Sunday’s high is expected to reach 94 degrees.
Olivia Yamamoto of Coronado High School heads to college with a successful political career behind her.
Sen. Kamala Harris, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, was cheered at a Las Vegas campaign rally for her stances on gun control, the economy and racism in America.
U.S. Sen. and 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris returned to Las Vegas Friday for campaign events centered on immigration, women’s rights and a $15 minimum wage.
Democratic presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson called for marijuana legalization and other reforms as she toured a Las Vegas cannabis cultivation facility on Tuesday.
The Manifest Summit, a new event for Las Vegas women, hosted 76 women Saturday. Attendees discussed social media, career goals, networking and health.
Reps. Dina Titus, Susie Lee and Steven Horsford held a news conference Friday in Las Vegas to celebrate passage of a key immigration bill, but each expressed frustration over its unlikely ratification.
U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton — a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and Democrat presidential candidate – held an event Saturday at a Las Vegas American Legion post, where veterans shared tales of war and recovery.
Teachers union officials reiterated their threat to conduct an illegal strike in the fall if the Legislature doesn’t fund raises and avoid spending cuts in the district.
Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders returned to Las Vegas Thursday for his second campaign stop in Nevada of the 2020 election season.