The family of Christopher Garcia speak about him after a court hearing on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. Garcia died in a Jan. 17 crash where the other driver, Ciera Brawer, is suspected of driving the wrong way and DUI. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Previously released court documents related to the killing say that the sergeant was shot in his “shoulder and/or head.”
Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted a letter of resignation to Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said Tuesday on NBC Sports Network that he hopes to know more about when the season might resume by the end of April.
The Golden Knights’ radio home KRLV (98.9 FM, 1340 AM) will rebroadcast the first eight wins in franchise history every other day starting Wednesday.
The Shriners Open has not been rescheduled, even after PGA Tour officials announced on Monday a revamped tournament schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Restaurateurs said they and their employees are suffering significantly because of loss of income, prompting layoffs, furloughs or reduced hours, during the COVID-19 crisis.
Insurance claims and delivery service fees are among 18 issues raised in a letter sent to Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Smith’s Food & Drug on Tuesday began limiting even more the number of customers who can be in its Southern Nevada stores at one time.
As first responders step up amid the coronavirus pandemic, one Las Vegas property is offering these workers a free meeting space with fresh food.