Checks from the stimulus bill passed by Congress are being sent out this week and next. Some Las Vegas residents are concerned those checks could be stolen out of mailboxes. (Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Justin Venegas, 41, shot at police and crashed head-on into a police vehicle after committing two carjackings.
A Republican and a Democrat filed for the presidential preference primary on the first day of the candidate filing period.
No arrests have been made, however detectives said they believe the shooting was an isolated incident.
Motorists can now order a new specialty license plate commemorating the 150th anniversary of the University of Nevada, Reno.
A senior cybersecurity professional at Caesars Entertainment is departing the company, and three more lawsuits were filed against Caesars and MGM Resorts International over the separate cyberattacks.
Golden Knights goaltender Logan Thompson saw the second half of his rookie season derailed by injuries. Now, he’s looking to rebuild his confidence during the team’s preseason games.
Negotiations between the district and the Clark County Education Association have been ongoing since March.
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The Rebels are 4-1 for a second consecutive season, but coach Barry Odom believes UNLV’s 2022 collapse won’t be repeated as it enters the bye week.
Former NFL star Tom Brady’s acquisition of an ownership interest in the Las Vegas Aces was approved by the WNBA board of governors.
Johnathan Porter pleaded guilty to charges in connection with the shooting, and in connection with a confrontation with a fan inside the Palms Casino.
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is using an online test-taking platform that can be used with any computer with a front-facing camera.
UNLV’s medical school is working to bring more physicians to Las Vegas to help fill the shortage or health care professionals and to help train more.
No. 18 Utah and Iowa remain in control of their Las Vegas Bowl destinies, but No. 13 Washington State and Maryland can make statements this week.
Republican John Lee hopes to defeat Democratic incumbent Steven Horsford in November. He must first defeat David Flippo in the June 2024 primary.