An internet joke has more than 1 million people interested in storming Nevada’s famed Area 51 north of Las Vegas on Sept. 20. Locals think it’s a terrible idea, but welcome the customers. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A fire causes heavy damage to an office complex at 3900 Paradise Rd. in Las Vegas on June 17, 2019. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Las Vegas Lights FC coach Eric Wynalda has a big family. Meet the crew. (Ben Gotz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Business reporter Rick Velotta gives an update on the adjudicatory hearing on the suitability of Wynn Resorts to retain its gaming license in Massachusetts.
Former Nevada assemblywoman, Lucy Flores, expresses her feelings about an incident with former Vice President Joe Biden in 2014. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s
The Fourth Annual Latin Chamber of Commerce Business and Networking Luncheon hosted a panel of sports leaders to discuss the economic power of sports in Las Vegas and their contributions to the Latino community. (Michael Quine / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s
Installation of grass at the Las Vegas Ballpark adds a field of green just before St. Patrick’s Day.
Gun store owner Robby Brentlinger and John Koenig, Chairman of the Nye County Board of Commissioners, discuss their thoughts on gun rights and Nevada Senate Bill 143. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s
The Aviators open their season April 9 and all indications are their new home will be ready. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s
A man wanted on “violent felonies” was hospitalized in critical condition after he was shot by Las Vegas police Thursday morning during a standoff in a west valley neighborhood.
Jonathan Mossberg of Kalashnikov USA talks about new products on display at Shot Show 2019 in Las Vegas.
On Wednesday, January 23, 2019 the Nye County Sheriff’s Office announced the testing and evaluation of Weapon-Mounted Cameras (WMCs) from Viridian Weapon technologies at the Las Vegas Shot Show.
Krystal Whipple, charged in the killing of a Las Vegas nail salon manager over a $35 manicure, is expected to return to Nevada to face a murder charge.
What it’s like to spend four days working the mammoth tech convention. (Jason Bracelin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Casino owner Derek Stevens announces his new property Circa, coming to Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas in late 2020. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
LingAI showcases Companion, a robot that reads aloud children’s stories. (Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Cowa Robot showcases the Rover Speed, luggage that follows its owner. (Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Visitors to CES can pick up a coupon at the AutoX booth that will get them a hamburger delivered by AutoX’s autonomous vehicle.
Seoul-based parent technology company Monit’s diaper sensor can alert parents to a full diaper. (Bailey Schulz/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Sony’s robot dog Aibo appeared at CES 2019, the second time the canine with artificial intelligence has graced the Las Vegas conference. (Scott Davidson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Holographic TVs, Table Pong and facial recognition software are some of the things on display in the Innovation and Gaming hall at CES 2019. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nikon Inc. is showcasing its new Z6 and Z7 digital cameras at CES 2019. (Scott Davidson/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Nevada Task Force 1 returns after a two week mission from areas affected by Hurricane Florence on Monday, September 24, 2018. (Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)