Fox News contributor and UNLV alumna Tomi Lahren returned to campus Wednesday night for a speech, titled “Stay Triggered,” that drew an auditorium of supporters as well as a group of protesters outside. (James Schaeffer/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Israeli police clashed with Palestinian protesters inside a flashpoint Jerusalem holy site on Monday.
Three weekend homicides within 17 hours in the Las Vegas Valley have detectives searching for clues and suspects.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
In regard to your May 3 editorial, “Don’t water down school district’s grading rules”: It has already been buried.
A plan to push them back into the workforce
President Joe Biden has pledged to raise taxes on corporations and to keep taxes on those making less than $400,000 the same. And guess who will ultimately pay?
In 2016, Barack Obama paid $400 million cash on pallets to Iran to release four American hostages. Now the price has gone up.
It will never be possible to calculate fully the damage done to students by prolonged school shutdowns
Mothers in the stands of Las Vegas Ballpark were honored Sunday as the Aviators played the Sacramento River Cats on Mother’s Day afternoon.
Formerly an emergency response to school closures, distance learning may become a permanent fixture on Nevada’s learning landscape.
The shutdown stretched into its third day, with the Biden administration saying an “all-hands-on-deck” effort is underway to restore operations and avoid disruptions in the fuel supply.
The Aviators came back from a 3-1 deficit, scoring a run in the fourth inning and four more in the sixth to defeat the Sacramento River Cats on Sunday at Las Vegas Ballpark.
Industry executives and state and local officals looking to get high-speed rail on track in the U.S. made their case to Congress last week.
“I’m twice the person that I used to be,” says one Las Vegas man who received a transplant through the new Intermountain Healthcare program in Southern Nevada.
Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV, a former Delaware governor and congressman who sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1988, has died. He was 86.
The shooting happened just after midnight in a mobile home park on the east side of Colorado Springs, police said.
UNLV’s Jazz Studies program continues to achieve national notoriety.