A U.S. soldier is using his rap music to bring positive change and inspiration to Las Vegas youth.
Renee Summerour has worked in radio stations and newsrooms across the Pacific Southwest for the last ten years. Born in Trenton, New Jersey she moved to San Diego at the age of five where she developed her passion for helping others and informing her community. Before moving to Las Vegas, Renee was a multimedia journalist, anchor and producer at KWKT in Waco, Texas and KYMA Yuma, Ariz. She also filled just about every role in the broadcasting field while living in San Diego. Renee provides in-depth stories, interviews and breaking news coverage on all RJ digital media platforms.
A woman has been arrested on a murder charge in the death of a Las Vegas 5-year-old who police believe perished after being left in a hot house with no air conditioning.
Las Vegas City Councilman Cedric Crear reflects on the development of the city’s Historic Westside district.
Aaron Ford says being the first Black attorney general in Nevada history is “the honor of a lifetime.”
With the COVID-19 quarantines, many teens are left with nothing to do. Teen Talk is taking the initiative to create a productive event for them during the outbreak.
Adoption fees on all pets will be waived on Friday, November 29! Open up your heart and home to a furry new family member.
Laura Tucker, senior deputy attorney general for the Bureau of Consumer Protection, gives ways to protect yourself, your money and identity during the holiday season.
Protect yourself and your wallet during the upcoming holiday shopping season with a few tips.
Donny Osmond and his son Brandon Osmond were the first to donate as local charity leaders helped premiere the Light the World Giving Machine.
The Ball family, who already deals with challenges most families don’t, got an unexpected surprise from a security systems worker, who brought more than just peace of mind.