Steve Hill, new president and CEO of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority who also chairs the Las Vegas Stadium Authority, visits with the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Editorial Board.
Johns Hopkins published an alarming COVID-19 positivity rate that puts Nevada well above the national average. It’s also incorrect, state officials say.
A 29-year-old man was arrested on a murder charge four months after police said he chased a man through a shopping center and shot him.
Council members voted Tuesday to allow a planned development in the western part of the city to move forward.
A judge on Tuesday threw out Sahara Las Vegas’ defamation lawsuit against a local blogger who reported on a rumor that the property would close last month.
An Alpine Motel Apartments property manager and his live-in girlfriend narrowly escaped a fire that killed six people, she testified Tuesday.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the woman who was fatally stabbed during a domestic dispute last week in east Las Vegas.
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Shadow Creek hosted a PGA Tour event for the first time with last week’s CJ Cup, relocated from South Korea this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Cannabis Compliance Board investigators found six employees working without required licenses at Nevada Medical Group.
During a court hearing Tuesday, Nevada Southern Detention Center officials said there are 38 inmates at the federal facility in Pahrump who have tested positive for the coronavirus.