Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Victor Joecks sits down with Republican candidate for Attorney General, Craig Mueller and discusses his position on crime in Nevada.
A town hall meeting with Donald Trump received wide criticism, and a revamp of the network’s morning show imploded with the firing of Don Lemon.
Pat Cooper headlined for 60 years in Las Vegas and was a friend and contemporary of legends.
Homegrown rockers Otherwise, the Vegas Fringe Festival and celebrations of National Bourbon Day and Lobster Day highlight this week’s lineup.
Fourth of July firework displays will return this year at Red Rock Resort and Green Valley Ranch.
Senate Bill 274 is on Gov. Joe Lombardo’s desk, and it includes several changes to Nevada’s worker’s compensation system.
The odds are limited, but parts of Las Vegas could get some precipitation Wednesday, says the National Weather Service.
A 23-year-old was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole for the 2020 fatal shooting of a Las Vegas rapper.
The Nevada Legislature uses tax dollars to investigate its own lawmakers but blocks the public release of information about the investigations.
Nevada is one of only 23 states that only restricts felons from voting while they’re actually serving time.
An error by SNWA, combined with pushback to a “nonfunctional turf” ban could leave the Las Vegas Valley short of the water savings it needs to continue growing without increasing its overall water use.
Nevada lawmakers voted to send a budget bill to Gov. Joe Lombardo’s desk late Tuesday night, following a brief special session.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
A commission argues that Gov. Joe Lombardo committed multiple ethics violations, including misusing government resources to promote his gubernatorial campaign while he was sheriff.
Owners surrender San Francisco’s largest hotel to its lender as the exodus of businesses and people continue thanks to progressive policies.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
Critics renew calls for annual sessions.
That’s why he was elected.
Why vote for Democrats?
Human life is uniquely valuable. That’s why it’s good Gov. Joe Lombardo vetoed a bill to legalized assisted suicide.
If you want to leave the world better than you found it, you have to know which battles to fight.