Our Strip skyline already is ridiculous, in the absolute best possible way, with its pyramid, Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty. It might have been even wackier.
A Bureau of Land Management police trainee killed a man and injured two others who were fleeing officers. Experts say the shooting was excessive and a subsequent investigation flawed.
A proposal to pump groundwater from rural Nevada to Las Vegas is dead, bringing relief to a coalition of odd bedfellows who fought it for more than 30 years. But concerns linger.
Sandra Douglass Morgan’s selfless character was shaped in Las Vegas, a city she’s eager to represent as the Raiders’ new team president.
Hundreds of thousands of traffic tickets — even those for serious offenses — are reduced to parking violations, a Review-Journal investigation found. And with a siloed court system, bad drivers face little punishment.
Twenty-five years ago, one of the wildest bouts Las Vegas has ever seen took boxing to a new level of crazy.
Multibillion-dollar property sales can be structured to allow buyers and sellers to avoid paying the transfer taxes that support schools and other programs in Nevada.
Three members of a family died in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 95 with a driver under the influence. Bodycam video shows Nye County deputies had questioned the driver who caused the crash but didn’t arrest him, a Review-Journal investigation found.
Our interactive graphic shows the Las Vegas Valley’s building growth by decade, and what the population might look like in 2060. More than 2.3 million people live here now.
Roughly 44,000 service calls and patrols were recorded at Siena Suites, The Suites and Sportsman’s Royal Manor in the past five years, according to an analysis of police data.
Nevada’s death row houses 64 convicted killers, all men, most of whom have been awaiting execution for more than two decades.
With global demand for cleaner energy to power cars, smart homes and phones on the rise, a silvery metal stands to replace the Comstock Lode of yore as the namesake product of the Silver State.
A quilt is warm, soft, inviting, something a grieving family member or still-struggling concertgoer can literally wrap themselves in. And if it’s a handmade quilt, it carries with it the good emotional vibes of its creator.
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.
Even after 20 years, 9/11 seems like yesterday to Frank Pizarro. Then a New York City firefighter, Pizarro was among the first responders who rushed to the World Trade Center as fire, smoke and ash filled the city streets and skies.