A devastated mother joined family and friends at a North Las Vegas vigil Sunday night to mourn the baby boy killed by a bullet before he was even a month old.
Sunset Station sports book director Chuck Esposito expects 1½-point underdog Gonzaga to beat North Carolina and so do we.
Despite hosting four Division I conference basketball tournaments, state-of-the art facilities and the NFL and NHL putting franchises in the city, Las Vegas still can’t get the NCAA to drop its policy on sports gambling in order to host a championship event.
Upstarts and fresh faces shined at the 52nd annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas.
Skiers had their last hurrah of the season at Lee Canyon on Sunday, a day that featured giveaways, live music and the annual pond-skim competition open to skiers and boarders of all ages.
The opening chapter of how the Rebels went from a team under Lon Kruger that made four NCAA fields his last five years to one that just concluded the worst season in program history begins in 2011, when Nigel Williams-Goss was a sophomore at Findlay Prep.
The future of partying on display at the Nightclub and Bar Show
The Academy of Country Music Awards shown often expands beyond its rustic roots. Over the years, the ceremony has featured Kiss as presenters and paired odd-fitting but fascinating performers such as Pitbull with Tim McGraw, and at Sunday night’s event at T-Mobile Arena, Florida Georgia Line with Backstreet Boys.
Butterflies flew and hotel signs turned blue Sunday evening in support of the ninth annual World Autism Awareness Day.
While teams who have fled well-established NFL cities all experienced similar logistical hardships and concerns, unique circumstances make a one-way-fits-all model impractical when it comes to backing up the moving trucks.
Soldiers from throughout the 17th Sustainment Brigade — the Nevada Army Guard’s largest — assembled Sunday morning at the North Las Vegas Readiness Center to mark the brigade’s change of command from from Col. Vernon L. Scarbrough to Col. Eric G. Wishart.
Police say a woman killed her boyfriend Saturday after the two experienced problems in their relationship.
About 120 students and community leaders valleywide packed produce, donated blood and assembled Passover baskets Sunday to contribute to an international day of giving.
A bill working its way through the state Legislature could advance efforts to develop, build and operate a light-rail line connecting McCarran International Airport, the Strip and downtown Las Vegas as soon as 2023.
The Metropolitan Police Department has identified officer James Ledogar as the shooter in Friday’s officer-involved shooting in the central valley.
President Donald Trump held out the possibility Sunday of using trade as a lever to secure Chinese cooperation against North Korea and said Washington might deal with Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programs on its own if need be.
Southern Nevada construction industry experts say whoever ends up building the planned 65,000-seat stadium for the Las Vegas Raiders will face a massive challenge to get it done by the opening of the 2020 NFL season.
Just when it seemed Las Vegas was at celebrity-chef critical mass, the original Iron Chef arrived to fill a void that was large even if it wasn’t obvious.
Police arrested a man late Saturday night in connection with the deadly beating and possible strangulation of a 65-year-old woman.
Following in the footsteps of Colorado, Washington and other states which have legalized recreational marijuana, Nevada is bracing for an influx of cash — cash that will have no bank to call home.
Thomas S. Monson, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, said Sunday during a twice-yearly Mormon conference that one of them will be in Saratoga Springs, Utah.
Warm temperatures are expected for most of the upcoming week in the Las Vegas Valley.
Faraday Future spokesmen say the company is working as fast as they can in Gardena, California, to bring the first autonomous electric vehicle to production in North Las Vegas, where it’s a starkly different scene of mostly stagnant dirt.
“Boss Baby” is enjoying the view from the top.
It’s one thing to look back on a career and identify the moment you “made it.” It’s another to realize it as you’re living it.
A man called 911 about 2:05 p.m. and told dispatchers he had “info on a dead body that could possibly be a homicide,” Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Grant Rogers said.
You wouldn’t expect to find Donald Trump hanging around in an office park near McCarran International Airport, but there he is.
The story of how Reggie McKenzie went from burning on a hot seat as the Raiders began the 2014 season by losing their first 10 games to building an AFC playoff team.
Once it became clear last week that the NFL had cleared a path for the Raiders to relocate from Oakland to Las Vegas for the 2020 season, some hand-wringing re-emerged on the topic of betting on the team.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority spends taxpayer money on luxuries some government agencies would never be allowed to buy. The Review-Journal investigates.
Ward 2 challengers aim to make it a battle for Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Beers to claim another four-year term.
The Raiders will play at the Oakland Coliseum in 2017. But then where does the nomadic silver-and-black call its temporary residence until 2020, when a domed 65,000-seat stadium in Las Vegas will be ready?
The 30th anniversary of the annual Festival of Communities was held on the Academic Mall to showcase the melting pot that is Las Vegas. People from all walks of life — from yogis to light saber performers — attended the festival, which was held in conjunction with Rebel Preview Day to let high school students and their families experience UNLV’s diversity.
Neither No. 1 seed covered the spread Saturday as North Carolina outlasted Oregon 77-76 as a 4½-point favorite and Gonzaga held off South Carolina 77-73 as a 6½-point favorite.
Former Bishop Gorman High star Zach Collins told anyone who would listen that he wouldn’t want to be South Carolina players facing him in a Final Four game Saturday, and he was dead serious.
Nick Freed, 21, begins his first day of work at Panasonic on Monday. He’s a guinea pig for one of the state’s first accelerated education programs tailored for a specific company.
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