The state Republican Party asked people to protest against AB4, the state’s election reform bill on Thursday, Aug. 4, 2020, outside the Grant Sawyer State Office building in Las Vegas. (L.E. Baskow/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Las Vegas region will experience a sixth day of excessive heat Sunday before conditions begin to drop back toward normal, according to the National Weather Service.
From creativity to heartbreak to finding family members to lean on, this is how they endured.
Once a national embarrassment, shelter charts amazing recovery
In a town once known for steakhouses and endless shrimp, Chikyu serves no animal products and maintains that plant-based menu while serving a cuisine known primarily for raw fish
Xenon Mallari’s distinctive recipes reflect the same type of flavor experimentation that ignited interest in craft brewing and cocktail mixology.
Twenty-twenty goes down in history as a year that needed a renovation. We asked a few Las Vegas designers what small changes can make a big impact.
Paletas are sold in a number of shops and supermarkets in Southern Nevada in a nearly endless variety of color and flavor combinations, some with a creamy element.
Stitched has proved a snug fit for Tivoli Village. The first pop-up of the men’s fashion boutique opened in September, just off the retail district’s main entrance.
Three restaurants in the Las Vegas Valley are serving up morning fare that will put even the fluffiest of pancakes to shame.
Massimiliano Siccardi on mounting the internationally acclaimed “Immersive Van Gogh” exhibit, which opens July 1 in Las Vegas.
Illuminating and Ultimate Gray can be found in furniture, curtains, knick-knacks and more.
Books show inspiring designs from creative minds.
A Henderson man’s two daughters moved to Sweden with their mom in 2013. He said he’s been largely left out of their lives ever since.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Naoya Inoue (21-0, 18 KOs) dropped Michael Dasmarinas (30-3-1, 20 KOs) in the second round with a body shot, then followed it up with two more brutal knockdowns in the third.
Chan Sung Jung didn’t allow an injured shoulder or the urge to brawl get in the way of a disciplined victory over Las Vegan Dan Ige in the main event of UFC on ESPN 25.
Can we make an accommodation?
This is like giving your kid an ice cream cone to behave
Will China then wait us out, denying the obvious facts?