A look back at the immediate and lasting impact that the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, had on our state.
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.
In the shadow of 9/11, some found a path into law enforcement. Others remained on course, but with a renewed sense of service for their country.
The man was never charged with a crime, yet the government held on to his cash for months. Advocates say his case illustrates a broken civil asset forfeiture system.
A tentative deal with prosecutors will allow a former Topgolf Las Vegas sous chef accused in a series of sexual assaults to fend off a life sentence.
THT Health’s latest financial crisis was detailed in a letter sent this week to medical providers.
A recent planning survey for a permanent memorial honoring the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting elicited hundreds of emotional responses.
On the same day that the latest 1 October Memorial Committee’s survey results were released, country music star Jason Aldean announced on his Instagram that his security guard, Ryan Fleming, has died.
U.S. District Judge Miranda Du wrote in her ruling that the law has “racist, nativist roots.”
Disciplinary action followed the in-custody death of an unarmed Black man who repeatedly told Las Vegas police “I can’t breathe,” the Review-Journal has learned.
“I have no choice but to resign immediately,” the woman wrote. “I simply wouldn’t be able to look my daughter in the eye or myself in the mirror otherwise.”
A former media executive with Las Vegas ties pleaded guilty on Monday for her role in a sweeping national college bribery scam.
Former media executive Elisabeth Meyer Kimmel is accused of buying admission for two of her children into elite schools on either side of the country.
“The Mesquite Police Department’s attempt to misrepresent what happened to her for their own political gain demonstrates a misogynistic culture,” said the city’s former attorney.
A Las Vegas-based rock climber scaled the exterior of the Aria on Tuesday in protest of the state’s latest COVID-19 mask mandates for indoor public areas.
Jessica DuPreez, the fiancee of Henderson casino manager “Big Mike” Freedy, now urges everyone to get vaccinated.