Varram’s pet robot is designed to let you remotely interact with your real pet. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
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The Aces were tested by the Atlanta Dream, but maintained their perfect start to the season thanks to 21 points from A’ja Wilson and 20 from Jackie Young.
The measure would enable the Nevada Department of Education to fine school boards if they attempt to block biological boys from “school facilities or activities.”
There is not enough current or projected wind and solar production to meet demand.
Students have many opportunities to display cultural and ethnic symbols outside of school.
But union runs off out-of-state practitioners.
The future is supposed to look like the Jetsons. In the name of efficiency, it’s starting to look more like the Flintstones.
A state lawyer said Las Vegas OB-GYN Dr. George Chambers engaged in “sexual improprieties constituting sexual misconduct.”
Gov. Joe Lombardo has vetoed bills on guns, trains, climate change
The Jack Russell terrier, named for the former Golden Knights goaltender, has passed away.
The Review-Journal has named Carrie Roper director of digital broadcast, giving her direct leadership of the news organization’s video and audio teams.
The Golden Knights have made several moves over six seasons. Popular players have been shown the door, but management didn’t let the criticism that followed deter them.
The F1 team is eager to see The Sphere when completed, but has staged events only outside.
Turner Sports enters a new era for the NHL on the network, broadcasting its first Stanley Cup Final, with a studio show inside the arena.
A video poker player won $100,000 at a Strip casino on Thursday.
Managers of the hotel property formerly known as the Artisan hope they can be pioneers for potential changes to Nevada’s recreational cannabis laws.
The 300,000-square-foot, three-level structure with a rooftop terrace will serve as the centerpiece for the annual Las Vegas Grand Prix and is 70 percent complete.
A Vegas Golden Knights victory in the quest for the Stanley Cup may cost a Henderson boat retailer $50,000 and he’ll be all smiles if it happens.
An adult film actor has pleaded guilty to disobeying police officers after he stole a cab on the Strip last year and led police on a pursuit toward Logandale.
Nevada has filed a motion to take over the operations of medical insurer Friday Health Plans, which could result in over 2,800 Nevadans needing to find a new insurer.