The Las Vegas Animal Foundation is preparing its prime pups for their 16th annual Best in Show event, which takes place at the end of April. (Mat Luschek / Review-Journal)
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Promoting discussions that contribute to a more sustainable, conscientious future and improved health.
They skate on gasoline taxes that pay for road maintenance.
Secretary of state delivers ill-timed lecture to Israel.
Karloff’s daughter Sara told me that the Grammy was the only major award that her father won.
Why did the doctrinaire left, the youth of the Democratic Party, and the campuses outdo each other in their antisemitic venom toward Israel?
Despite the high levels of trust in local newspapers, the business model continues to face challenges.
Bluntly put, “Bidenomics” — the president’s blueprint for economic growth — has been a flop.
Kiara Jackson and Desi-Rae Young each scored 21 points as the UNLV women’s basketball team rolled past Arizona Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
Over 1,800 customers were without power in two zip codes in east Las Vegas.
The Rebels looked very much the part of a team playing in its first Mountain West championship game, falling to Boise State on Saturday at Allegiant Stadium.
“I mean, he just showed up and shot us,” said Robert Tully, 62.
A motorcyclist is left with ciritical injury after a crash Saturday morning, according to Police. The Las Vegas Metro Police Department reports the crash involving a Nissan Frotier truck and a Yamaha morotcycle happened just before noon, on East Flamingo Road and McLeod Drive.
Allegiant Stadium hosted a raucous memorial service Friday for a once-proud Pac-12 after the “Conference of Champions” died of self-inflicted wounds.
Actors Susan Sarandon and Julianna Margulies are both backpedaling on statements they made about the Israel-Hamas war.
Two graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin were dismissed from teaching assistant roles after sending a message titled “mental health and violence in Gaza.”