The Las Vegas Review-Journal studio hosts a debate between the four candidates running for Department Z in Clark County Family Court. The candidates are Randall Gene Forman, Michele Lynn Mercer, Romeo Ruiz Perez, and Kevin Charles Speed.
Dr. Ivan Goldsmith’s medical license was made inactive after the Nevada medical board found he accessed medical records of the Oct. 1 shooter without treating him as a patient.
Despite excitement and pent-up demand for Las Vegas’ reopening weekend, room rates have shown to be far below other major events in the city.
Las Vegas police provided more details Friday on the officer-involved shooting of an armed man near the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse Monday night.
The Review-Journal is adding two science reporters as part of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) 2020 media fellowships.
A fire at a downtown Las Vegas apartment complex forced dozens of residents to evacuate the property Friday morning.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada is looking to collect stories of interactions between protesters and police at local Black Lives Matter demonstrations.
Visitors were happy to be back, but overall, Las Vegas’ casino reopening wasn’t met with stampedes of incomers.
The Golden Knights intend to welcome players to City National Arena on Monday, the first day small group workouts are allowed under the NHL’s Phase Two guidelines.
City workers and activists painted the words Black Lives Matter in enormous bright yellow letters on the the street leading to the White House, a highly visible sign of the District of Columbia’s embrace of a protest movement that has put it at odds with President Donald Trump.