Mater Academy Mountain Vista charter school students excel despite the fact that half the students are English language learners and all qualify for free or reduced-price lunches. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Golden Knights defenseman Nick Holden takes your questions on our Golden Edge mailbag!
After an exciting weekend at South Point, we have another slate of good matchups coming this week in the Las Vegas valley. Ben Gotz and Elaine Emerson preview this weeks top matchups in Las Vegas high school hoops.
The Vegas Golden Knights lose to the Minnesota Wild 4-2. Dave Schoen, Adam Hill, and Ben Gotz report from T-Mobile Arena.
Lists of costs for procedures, drugs and devices are now posted the websites of hospitals to comply with a new federal rule designed to provide additional consumer transparency. Good luck figuring out what they mean.
Jon Gruden and the Raiders coaching staff are all set to coach the 70th annual Senior Bowl this Saturday. Michael Gehlken reports on the first meeting with the coaches and player before the first practice which will take place tomorrow.
Crowds gather around Freemont street to celebrate the accomplishments of Martin Luther King Jr.
U.S. Sen. Jacky Rosen of Nevada fell and injured her wrist at the Martin Luther King Day parade in Las Vegas on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. (Nathan Asselin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The sign spinning world championship took place in Las Vegas at the Freemont street experience. The top 10 sign spinners in the world competed for the grand prize of $5000 dollars.
Newly elected Governor Steve Sisolak talks with Review-Journal reporters about increasing the minimum wage, Nevada’s budget for 2019 and increasing teacher’s pay.
Bishop Gorman beats Findlay Prep in the Big City Showdown 59-55.
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UNLV football head coach Tony Sanchez gives the Las Vegas Review-Journal an inside look at the Fertitta Football Complex. UNLV football’s new home will include a player’s lounge, barber shop, underwater treadmill, and a state-of-the-art weight room. The complex, which has been a big tool in the recruiting process, is scheduled to be finished by this year’s Spring Showcase
Demolition of Campus Village shopping center, on Maryland Parkway across from UNLV, begins to make way for new development.
Lt. Ray Spencer gives an update regarding a homicide investigation that occurred in front of a bus stop near Fremont Street and Casino Center, involving a security officer and another male.
High winds and flooding closed the Scenic Loop in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation area Thursday. Minor flooding across Highway 159 caused drivers to slow, but didn’t close the road. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhoto
Gov. Steve Sisolak shouldn’t count on Senate Republican support for his desired tax hike. Collective bargaining for state workers would drive up costs, and Nevada should expand Opportunity Scholarships. That’s according to Sen. Ben Kieckhefer, R-Reno.
Leo Polito of Las Vegas describes meeting legendary jockey and trainer Johnny Longden on the beach at Del Mar. Mike Brunker/Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Governor Steve Sisolak delivers his State of the State speech where he talked about Healthcare and gun control. Political reporters Colton Lochead and Bill Dentzer go over the highlights from Sisolak’s speech.
Three Square Food Bank donated over 400 care bags to TSA workers affected by the government shutdown Wednesday, filled with food, personal hygiene products and water.
Highlights from the State of the State Address given by Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak.
MGM Grand President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Sibella said executives are “discussing redeveloping that entire frontage of the building out to the Las Vegas Strip.” (Todd Prince/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Presentation at Summerlin Library teaches residents about the history of singing bowls (Mia Sims/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Children from local elementary schools gather for the Lady Rebel School Day Game at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas, Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal
Much like the Arizona Cardinals field, the Raiders will also be playing on a field tray that can be retracted in order to maintain real grass. Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto and Las Vegas Review- Journal reporter Rick Velotta discuss the latest updates regrading the Las Vegas Stadium as well as the groundbreaking of the Raiders headquarters in Henderson.
All-Pro curling team eyes 2022 Winter Olympics
Walker Furniture donated new mattresses to all 30 Clark County firehouses in the Las Vegas Valley, starting today with Station 22. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Courtesy: Nye County Sheriff’s Office
Leslie Shaffer, an AMR paramedic, shows how to control bleeding during a Stop the Bleed course at the Summerlin Library. The class is designed to teach anyone how to control and stop life-threatening bleeding. (Mia Sims/Las Vegas Review-Journal)