The Fourth Annual Latin Chamber of Commerce Business and Networking Luncheon hosted a panel of sports leaders to discuss the economic power of sports in Las Vegas and their contributions to the Latino community. (Michael Quine / Las Vegas Review-Journal) @Vegas88s
NFR World Champions Tim O’Connell and Caleb Smidt took a break from the rodeo to spend some time with the children at Grant a Gift Autism Foundation.
Mena Hawkins has cerebral palsy, but the 17-year-old is determined to complete the one-mile race Saturday at the Las Vegas Great Santa Run after training for eight months.
Leonard Nielsen and Ed Hall, believed to be the last two survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor living in Las Vegas, aren’t sure that the lessons from the “date that will live in infamy” will withstand the test of time.
An academic consultant for The International School of Hospitality and professor emeritus at UNLV, Shock’s life will be celebrated by friends, colleagues and students.
Several states, including Arizona, Texas and Rhode Island, are using systems similar to one to be tested soon in Nevada. And they say they are proving remarkably effective.
The bridge is part of the larger $73 million Centennial Bowl interchange project that broke ground in January.
Oakland, still in the playoff hunt, is perhaps at its lowest point following lopsided losses at Kansas City (40-9) and the New York Jets (34-3).
A conservative advocacy group is shelling out big bucks for attack ads targeting Democratic Congresswoman Susie Lee.
The Bureau of Land Management approved an order that will set aside land for Nellis Air Force Base to maintain safety buffers from potentially dangerous areas.
Gov. Steve Sisolak denounced a move by the Trump administration to tighten eligibility requirements for the food-stamp program, which could cut aid to some 80,000 low-income Nevadans.