The Capitol One/Junior Achievement Finance Park, set up in the Las Vegas Library, aims to help students plan for their futures by placing them in difficult financial scenarios drawn from real life.
Las Vegas Review-Journal reporters bring you the latest stories and updates on the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
The city of Henderson will launch a complaint hotline in the wake of a Las Vegas Review-Journal story about sexual harassment in the Henderson police department chief.
Stephen Paddock’s doctor suspected he had bipolar disorder, and the gunman’s girlfriend said the couple had grown apart in the year before the Oct. 1 shooting.
While scores of people throughout the U.S. march on Saturday, Las Vegas will host a rally on Sunday — the official one-year anniversary of the Women’s March — to kick off a nationwide voter registration tour dubbed #PowerToThePolls.
A husband and wife died Friday night while riding a motorcycle west of Mountain Springs, Nevada Highway Patrol troopers said.
MGM officials told Top Rank promoter Bob Arum that T-Mobile Arena will not be available in April to host a boxing card that could feature Manny Pacquiao.
A top health administrator was forced to resign Friday after a state audit uncovered deplorable conditions such as human feces, expired food and filthy mattress inside homes for the mentally ill.