The Metropolitan Police Department conducted a news conference Tuesday afternoon concerning an officer-involved shooting that left a man dead Sunday in the west Las Vegas Valley. (James Schaeffer / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Doggie Paddle & Play Day, “Black Panther in Concert,” and a celebration of noir films and classic cocktails lead this week’s lineup.
His work spanned TV, theater and radio, and he starred in dozens of films from “Gosford Park” to “The King’s Speech” and the animated family movie “Paddington.”
A large portion of North Las Vegas homeowners are considered “house poor,” according to a new report.
Nevada State Police reported a fatal crash on U.S. Highway 95 early Thursday morning.
Whether it’s actors and actresses, athletes or musicians, some of the world’s most famous people have been regulars at the poker table.
In a city where “we tear down the old, and bring in the new,” the Historic Westside School has thrived to become the oldest standing school in Las Vegas, Councilman Cedric Crear noted this week.
Sixty years ago President John F. Kennedy rode in official limousine — the same one he’d use later in Dallas — in a motorcade headed to the Las Vegas Convention Center on Sept. 28, 1963.
Attorneys for the accused say federal law enforcement has opened a criminal probe of the alleged Ponzi-like scheme.
Las Vegas hospitality workers could make history this year if a citywide walkout occurs.
The largest sphere-shaped building in the world is as impressive as the massive pyramid that is Luxor, but the dazzling screen is what’s grabbing attention now.
The Detroit Lions can take a step toward their first division title since 1993 with a road victory over the Green Bay Packers on “Thursday Night Football.”
The Golden Knights lost to the Los Angeles Kings in overtime in their preseason game Wednesday, with forward prospect Brendan Brisson scoring a goal.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
The cause of the six-day fire remains under investigation.
Let’s see those banners and window signs!
It’s his obvious cognitive decline.
Take a look at some editorial cartoons from across the U.S. and world.
Divided government requires compromise.