Guns were the third-leading cause of death last year in Clark County, after alcohol and drugs and cardiovascular issues.
Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers spanned Nevada to cover the news and capture beauty of the every day. Their job, to tell the story in a visually compelling way. View their own selection of the best images of 2022.
At least 227 people were killed last year in Clark County. Victims were as young as 3 months and as old as 78, and Metro investigated 179 of those killings.
Ed Hall, the last known Pearl Harbor survivor in Nevada, as one of several Southern Nevada veterans and many other notable people with local ties who died in 2022.
From an Aces team looking to repeat as WNBA champs to the return of Formula One, Las Vegas will again offer a collection of local sports options.
From the sublime of the Aces’ WNBA championship run to the ridiculous of Chandler Jones’ game-winning gift touchdown against the Patriots, sports in Las Vegas had a lot to offer.
The investigative team spent most of 2022 uncovering allegations of misconduct and abuse — from Nevada agencies to the Las Vegas Raiders. The biggest challenge was losing reporter Jeff German.
Golovkin-Alvarez III, the Pro Bowl, Marcus Arroyo, Pete DeBoer, and the Raiders’ inexplicable losses are just some of the Las Vegas sports events to forget about from 2022.
The Mohegan, San Manuel and Seminole tribes paced the expansion of gaming in Nevada in 2022 as well as the city’s emergence as the ‘Greatest Arena on Earth’ for tourism.
Southern Nevada’s market remains in something of a logjam, and industry experts predict a muted year ahead for housing nationwide.
As the year ends, we celebrate 22 noteworthy restaurants that opened in Las Vegas, and we bid goodbye to more than a dozen that closed.