Gerard Gallant talks about the loss to Colorado. (David Schoen/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Petra Massey hasn’t slept much since “Atomic Saloon Show” returned to rehearsals. The show is finally back for its long-awaited Cinco de Mayo relaunch.
Charlie Cerrone, the only baseball coach Centennial High has had, reflects on his 500th coaching victory, molding boys into men and maintaining fields.
A 62-year-old man on death row for the 1985 torture-killing of his 4-year-old stepdaughter died in a Clark County prison on Monday.
After minor league baseball took a year hiatus because of the pandemic, the Aviators are set to make their season debut Thursday at home against the Sacramento River Cats.
A new ordinance can restrict pet ownership and also defines rules for tethering animals outside, particularly in the heat.
Lt. Col. Justin Elliott, a squadron commander at Nellis Air Force Base, will lead the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds.
Resorts World Las Vegas and its Malaysia-based Genting Berhad management group were unanimously recommended for licensing by the Nevada Gaming Control Board Wednesday.
The month-over-month totals for April increased by 1,014.4 percent over 2020 when the coronavirus pandemic prevented potential visitors from going to Macao.
The private university in Henderson announced the requirement Tuesday in a campuswide email as it plans to resume full on-campus operations this summer.
Golden Knights forward Ryan Reaves, known for his physical edge, hasn’t played since April 11 because of an undisclosed injury, and there isn’t a clear timetable for his return.
Around 600 construction workers are on the MSG Sphere at The Venetian construction site and the roof truss frame remains on track for a summer completion.
A Las Vegas company is looking to provide a way for fans at sporting events to upgrade their seats while in attendance and will launch its service at the Aviators home opener.
The Nevada SPCA launched essay contest to find the perfect adopter for a long-term resident of the shelter.
As prosecutors push to execute Zane Floyd, prison officials hope to keep secret their discussions about what drugs could be mixed in the lethal injection cocktail.
A new bridge is set to be constructed linking Laughlin and Bullhead City, Arizona across the Colorado River.
Nevada on Wednesday reported 373 new coronavirus cases and seven deaths, both well above the two-week moving averages of 248 and three, respectively, state data show.
You can’t draw a tag if your name isn’t in the hat, so consider this a reminder that the deadline for submitting your Nevada big-game tag applications is at 11 p.m. Monday.
An eviction moratorium protecting tenants who have been unable to pay rent during the pandemic was overturned Wednesday by a federal judge.
A man fatally injured Tuesday at an east Las Vegas construction site was engaged to be married and had long-held dreams of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, his parents said.