Eli Segall recounts his tour of the Drew Las Vegas, formerly the Fontainebleau, on the Las Vegas Strip. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
A Reno man will serve 60 days of “intermittent confinement” after he pleaded guilty to trafficking a lion skull and leopard, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.
John Watson III, 37, was pronounced dead four days after Henderson police shot him in front of a Trader Joe’s in December, but his death wasn’t announced until Wednesday.
His contract with the Giants expired after the 4-12 season and there was little chance he would be returning after losing his longtime starting job to rookie Daniel Jones.
One of the things I enjoy about attending the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show when it comes to town is meeting hunting and recreational shooting enthusiasts.
A student’s family is accusing Clark County School District officials of failing to take adequate action when he was allegedly threatened with death.
Gov. Steve Sisolak appointed longtime budget analyst Laura Freed to lead the Nevada Department of Administration, his office announced Wednesday.
The operation targeted people allegedly using the internet to lure minors for sexual exploitation, according to a Mohave County Sheriff’s Office news release.
Two fatal fires in two days on the same road in the Las Vegas Valley are not believed to be related, Las Vegas police said Wednesday.