A full listing of the Review-Journal editorial board’s endorsements in the 2022 election:
Daniel Halseth’s burnt body, stabbed and cut 70 times, was found in the garage of his northwest Las Vegas home in April 2021, and the teenagers were detained four days later.
The Raiders practiced Wednesday after their bye week, and their return comes with optimism that they can rebound after a 1-4 start to the season.
Las Vegas police have appealed a judge’s decision to bar officials from searching the personal devices of slain investigative reporter Jeff German.
Fentanyl deaths have fallen by 19 percent thus far in 2022, but stories about the potent drug’s effects on users and families show its deadly impact.
Yoni Barrios, 32, was arrested Thursday and appeared briefly in court Friday afternoon wearing orange hand restraints. He faces six counts of attempted murder and two counts of murder.
Politicians, survivors and victims’ families gathered together to shed tears and share hugs on the fifth anniversary of the mass shooting, which killed 60 and injured hundreds.
“11 Minutes,” its title referring to how long the shooting lasted, is intended to be more than a horrific revisitation of a horrific tragedy: its focus is on presenting an intensely personal chronicle of strangers helping strangers.
A Clark County employee alleged to have partaken in an “inappropriate relationship” with the official accused of killing Review-Journal veteran journalist Jeff German has switched departments, a county spokesman confirmed Thursday.
The Raiders traded for New England Patriots offensive tackle Justin Herron on Wednesday, and the 26-year-old could push for a starting job at right tackle.
The Las Vegas investigative journalist’s killing angered and rallied his co-workers, who helped police identify an elected official as the suspect.
As Josh McDaniels and Derek Carr continue to build their relationship, their weekly phone calls are a key component.
Newly released body-worn camera footage reveals the moments when a Metropolitan Police Department officer fatally shot a man who first shot her Saturday.
The Clark County official accused of murdering investigative reporter Jeff German was arrested at his home after a fight with his wife, who hid in a room and called police.