Columbus, Ohio officials used nuisance laws to challenge business licenses at properties monopolizing police resources.
Rio Lacanlale, whose work for the Review-Journal ranges from crime reports to video storytelling, joined the newspaper in October 2016. Before that, the UNLV broadcast journalism graduate contributed to newsrooms in central Italy and Washington, D.C. Rio is also a passionate traveler who enjoys living out of a backpack for months at a time.
Does a heavy police presence at Siena Suites help deter crime? A Review-Journal reporting team spent a week there to find out.
Higher Ground Climbing and Wellness aims to introduce underprivileged youth to rock climbing and appears to be the first nonprofit of its kind in Las Vegas.
Just past the ninth anniversary of the Newtown, Connecticut, mass shooting, the leader of the Sandy Hook memorial project offers advice to 1 October Memorial Committee.
A survey of 72 current and former Topgolf workers at 28 flagships found that a “pattern and practice of sexual harassment” was “pervading the entire corporation.”
The contribution from a Las Vegas law firm was announced Wednesday by the 1 October Memorial Committee during its monthly meeting.
The records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal offer a glimpse of a chaotic scene with constantly changing information as first responders headed to the crash.
A Las Vegas judge found Tuesday that prosecutors had enough evidence for a woman to stand trial on a charge of second-degree murder, stemming from an opioid overdose that left another 21-year-old dead earlier this year.
Former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs initially faced charges of DUI and reckless driving — both resulting in death. Now he faces a total of four felonies and a misdemeanor.
“She was never afraid to be herself,” the friend said of Tina Tintor, who died in a crash involving Raiders star Henry Ruggs. “She never grew out of that.”
The family of Tina Tintor said Thursday that it has been devastated by her death in a fiery crash involving Raiders star Henry Ruggs.
New Las Vegas police records released Wednesday offer a clearer picture of a deadly encounter that upended the lives of two families and sent shockwaves throughout the NFL.
Former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs is expected to face a judge Wednesday morning after being jailed on felony charges in connection with a fiery crash Tuesday that left a 23-year-old woman dead.
One witness said investigators were “very interested in whether the police planned to benefit financially and were promised anything in return for their endorsement.”