Guests returned to Las Vegas casinos throughout the weekend. Casinos reopened on Thursday after being closed for 78 days because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the two of the three candidates running for Department A in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Gayle Nathan and William Oaks Voy.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the four candidates running for Department Z in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Randall Gene Forman, Michele Lynn Mercer, Romeo Ruiz Perez, and Kevin Charles Speed.
When Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered Nevada businesses closed, he let construction workers stay on the job, deeming homebuilding and other construction “essential” lines of work.
Nevada caucusgoers comment on the process from locations across the Las Vegas Valley, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2020. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Day one of the death penalty trial of Ray Charles “Ray Ray” Brown, 26, who is accused of being the gunman in the April 2016 robbery and killing of a Lee’s Discount Liquor store clerk.
Roger Goodell addresses media about where the Raiders will play next year and the controversial Rams vs Saints game. Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken and Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto go over the details.
Attorney General-elect Aaron Ford and outgoing Attorney General Adam Laxalt hold a small press briefing to discuss the transition of the office.
Nevada Republicans suffered a heavy loss during the 2018 midterm elections to Democrats. Political opinion columnist Victor Joecks goes over what Republicans need to do to win their next election.
U.S. Senator-elect Jacky Rosen meets with Las Vegas reporters to discuss her win and priorities as Nevada’s next senator.
Democrats have taken unified control of state government for the first time in decades, and here’s what to expect next legislative session; Victor Joecks gives his take.
Nevada Politics 2018: This midterm election may have long ranging impact to the Nevada Republican party. Bill Dentzer, Review-Journal political reporter discusses how the Trump message may have impacted the outcome. Plus, why did it take so long to release vote totals? Will the state make changes to voting procedures?
Amy Tarkanian speaks to a small crowd after her husband, Danny Tarkanian, concedes the race for the 3rd Congressional District.
After defeating Dean Heller for the Nevada Senate seat, Jacky Rosen gives her victory speech at Cesars Palace in Las Vegas.
Senator Dean Heller concedes in 2018 election.
Susie Lee delivers her acceptance speech after defeating Danny Tarkanian for Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District. (Rachel Aston/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @rookie__rae
Former Republican Gubernatorial candidate Adam Laxalt talks to supporters in Reno after losing to Steve Sisolak in the Governor race.
Crowds gather at Nevada’s GOP Election Party at South Point in Clark County. Michael Quine/ Las Vegas Review-Journal
Aaron Drawhorn, Debra Saunders and Victor Joecks give another update on Nevada Election 2018.
Aaron Drawhorn, Debra Saunders and Gary Martin give another update on Nevada Election 2018.
Polling places in Clark County, Nev., saw long lines during the 2018 election.
Although Nevada Republicans have seen stronger elections, brothel owner Dennis Hof, who passed away unexpectedly October 16, managed to win his race for Assembly District 36 despite being dead. Hof ran as a Republican, calling himself the “Trump of Pahrump.” Although the colorful candidate and showman easily defeated his Democratic opponent from the grave, county commissioners from the three counties comprising District 36 must now meet to name Hof’s replacement.
Henderson voters talk about their voting experience. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @bizutesfaye
Las Vegas Review-Journal Studio host Aaron Drawhorn provides an overview on those who voted during the general election early voting period in the state of Nevada. Democrats have a slight edge in early voter turnout over Republicans but it sets the stage for a dramatic finish on election day.
Voters, including first time voters, were lined up before the doors opened at the voting center in a tent in the parking lot behind Dillard’s at Downtown Summerlin. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada companies are required to give employees one to three hours of paid time off on Election Day, depending on the distance between the place of work and a polling location. (Bailey Schulz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Donald Trump Jr. is at a rally for Danny Tarkanian and Cresent Hardy at Stoney’s Rockin Country in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas Review-Journal White House Correspondent Deborah Saunders discusses 2018 midterm election and why President Donald Trump is fighting so hard to keep the Republican majority in the U.S. Senate.
Victor Joecks interviews the Senior fellow for energy policy at The Heartland Institute, James Taylor, an opponent of Question 6.
Eric and Lara Trump show their support for U.S. Representative Cresent Hardy and other Republican candidates during a rally at the Nevada Republican Party’s Summerlin office.