UNLV students and athletes paint the Fremont Cannon red Monday morning in front of the Student Union. UNLV took possession of the trophy after beating UNR 23-17 on Saturday in Reno in the Battle for the Fremont Cannon.
Matt Youmans, Kelley Stewart and Tony Miller give their picks for NFL and college football for week four.
Marcus Henderson, Anthony Burnett, Rashawn Young, and Latazsha Reese make up the group BARS, or “Brothers Are Radically Superb”. They combine turfing, bone breaking, popping, and anything that inspires them to put on a improv-based theatrical show of raw self-expression.
Spencer Gallagher talks about running at Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Two burglary suspects broke into a Las Vegas home the night of Sept. 12 and 13.
Operation Homefront with Chase bank awarded a mortgage-free home to Nevada Army National Guard veteran Nathan Fischer.
Matt Youmans, Kelley Stewart and Tony Miller give their picks for NFL and college football for week three.
Captain Richard Fletcher briefs the media on responsible gun ownership and gun safety at the LVMPD headquarters building. From January 1, 2015 to September 5, 2015, there have been 1,694 firearms that have been reported stolen in LVMPD’s jurisdiction.
UNLV president Len Jessup speaks on presidential debate bid during the UNLV State of the University Speech event at Judy Bayley Theatre at UNLV in Las Vegas.
The Biggest Tattoo Show on Earth feature over one thousand artists over a three day weekend at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
What it takes to be an actor in Fright Dome at Circus Circus.
Progressive groups and immigration attorneys, among others, hosted a free citizenship workshop at the College of Southern Nevada’s Cheyenne campus Saturday morning.
Wayne Newton’s Casa de Shenandoah
Matt Youmans, Kelley Stewart and Tony Miller give their picks for NFL and college football for week two.
Wayne Newton is opening his home to the public starting Friday for tours. The 52-acre property features Newton’s private jet, Mansion Foyer, an automobile collection and animals.
InterDrone, the International Drone Conference and Exposition at The Rio in Las Vegas
gathered over 3,000 attendees including drone builders, flyers and buyer and more than 85 industry-leading exhibitors (including DJI and 3DR).
Matt Youmans, Kelley Stewart and Tony Miller give their picks for NFL and college football for opening week.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal spoke to UNLV students about Regent Jason Geddes’ 1995 UNR dissertation containing more than four pages of uncited, copied language from a California report.
Sheriff Joseph Lombardo meets with the media to discuss the most recent officer involved shooting that occurred at a residence in the 6700 block of Oveja Street.
UFC fighters hosted a four day mixed martial arts training for basketball players with the NBA’s Detroit Pistons. Players worked in their endurance, footwork and overall conditioning with hall of famer mix martial artist Forrest Griffin .
George Tiaffay the former Las Vegas firefighter was convicted Thursday of paying a homeless man to kill his wife. A jury took 15 hours to find George Tiaffay guilty of first degree murder and six other counts.
Coach Tony Sanchez and his players are excited about UNLV football.
UNLV Coach Tony Sanchez, Quarterback Blake Decker and Defensive Back Peni Vea talk about the first game and upcoming season.
Home invasion suspects
After a devastating fire that burned most of their gear, Vegas Balloon Rides managed to gather gear from it’s parent company and get back in the air 10 days later.
After a leave of absence – including more than 40 scheduled dates at Caesars Palace — to devote her attention to husband-manager Rene Angelil’s battle with throat cancer, Celine Dion return to Caesars Colosseum.
The Mayweather Boxing Club was packed with reporters Wednesday as Floyd Mayweather Jr. promoted his Sept. 12 fight with Andre Berto at the MGM Grand Garden on Showtime Pay Per View and also showed off his cars.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter speaks to airmen after observing the Red Flag air combat exercises at Nellis Air Force Base.
The second day of trial of George Tiaffay, a former Las Vegas firefighter accused of hiring a homeless man to kill his wife, Shauna Tiaffay, who was beaten to death with a hammer after returning home from work at the Palms in September 2012.
Opening statements began Tuesday in the trial of George Tiaffay, a former Las Vegas firefighter accused of hiring a homeless man to kill his wife, Shauna Tiaffay, who was beaten to death with a hammer after returning home from work at the Palms in September 2012.