Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond, Review-Journal reporters David Schoen and Steve Carp go over the Golden Knights loss to the Carolina Hurricanes.
The peppermint-tiled, gum drop-topped, sugar bear-laden gingerbread house that children dream of living inside exists. And at 15 feet tall, it’s one of the sweetest lodgings on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Clark County teachers union is increasing dues to fund a campaign that would ask voters to approve a tax increase to provide at least $1 billion more annually for public education in Nevada.
Of his sister, Donny Osmond says, “I think we have proven that siblings can work together. There has been some butting of the heads … because we are both producers.”
The Arizona man accused of selling illegally manufactured ammunition to the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court.
Rodeo Way is one of the six main interactive elements of Cowboy Christmas. It will feature unique exhibits that highlight the best of rodeo during its run Dec. 5-14 during the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo.
Customer service provider Alorica Inc. will host a job fair this week to beef up staffing in Las Vegas.
The first draft class for Raiders general manager Mike Mayock is no group of wallflowers as the NFL’s big dance gets closer. No, they are just now rounding into form as a unit and are playing crucial roles as the Raiders make their playoff push. Sunday’s 17-10 was the latest and best example.
The dog, now known as Dudley, was found bleeding from his mouth Sunday on U.S. Highway 95, northwest of Las Vegas, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.