The racetrack will be 16 miles long by the year 2020 according to Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club owner John Morris. (Marcus Villagran/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @brokejournalist
The advisers said boosters should be offered to people 65 and older, nursing home residents and those ages 50 to 64 who have risky underlying health problems
Check out the top performances from Thursday’s high school soccer and volleyball action.
NV Energy is warning customers to be wary of calls and emails where imposters demand payment.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
Political ideology shouldn’t matter.
Our time is running out.
A picture, as an old saying (almost) goes, is worth 10,000 mixed messages.
Thousands of migrants and refugees are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border into Texas.
Policymakers need to take note of how parents and students voted with their feet.
A worsening supply chain situation is causing Costco to announce limits on the purchase of some essential household products, including bath tissue, paper towels, some water products and some cleaning items.
Ball Corp. announced plans Thursday to build the North Las Vegas facility and begin production in late 2022.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
The massive home appears to be the only property the former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh owned at the time of his death that is now listed for sale.
Goaltender Robin Lehner reshaped his body in the offseason and was noticeably trimmer Thursday as the Golden Knights opened training camp at City National Arena.
A Las Vegas bartender’s account of being forced to reimburse his employer after a 2020 robbery at the tavern where he worked has sparked outrage on social media.
For the first time since the COVID pandemic began, the Golden Knights opened the doors to the rinks at City National Arena so fans could watch them practice.
A large cancer treatment group has stopped accepting new patients from a debt-riddled health insurance trust that covers thousands of Clark County teachers.