Chef Antonio Nunez at The Stove in Henderson, near Las Vegas, flames the pancakes tableside for a fiery presentation. Heidi Knapp Rinella/Review-Journal
The American Academy of Pediatrics applauded legislation filed by Rep. Dina Titus of Nevada that would create a grant program to hire more nurses for public schools.
The “Mindfreak” star has bought a restaurant and land in Moapa Valley as a country escape for his family.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee launched a six-figure statewide advertising campaign Tuesday morning after announcing his intent to run for Nevada governor as a Republican on Monday.
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Israel is again under siege by terrorists who have made no secret of the fact that their ultimate objective isn’t peace, but to wipe the Jewish state off the face of the Earth.
Third-seeded Centennial rallied for five runs in the second inning to defeat No. 14 Las Vegas on Monday to open the Class 5A Southern Region baseball tournament.
Authorities in Hawaii have reported about 200 drug-related deaths last year in Honolulu, a five-year high boosted by methamphetamine overdoses.
Oakland Athletics officials will visit Southern Nevada next week to explore the possibility of Las Vegas becoming a relocation site for the Major League Baseball club.
A man is being freed after serving a fraction of the prison sentence he received for a conviction involving the kidnapping and sexual assault of a 6-year-old girl.
It’s not as if a 1-0 overtime loss to open a best-of-seven series is the first time we have seen the Golden Knights struggle to score in the playoffs.
One look Golden Knights coach Pete DeBoer has yet to explore in an effort to find goals is moving left wing Jonathan Marchessault to the top line.
California won’t lift its mask requirement until June to give the public and businesses time to prepare and ensure cases stay low, the state health director said Monday.
Lawmakers launched the final two weeks of the legislative session Monday with final chamber votes on scores of bills, including measures that raise the legal age for tobacco use, decriminalize jaywalking and garnish casino winnings from people who owe child support.