Browse through the best photos and videos of 2017 from Las Vegas Review-Journal staffer Michael Quine.
Prayers from Alabama, love from Detroit, good vibes from North Dakota and messages of support from all over the world have poured in to Las Vegas City Hall since early October.
Las Vegas Monorail ticket sales are expected to fall millions of dollars short of predictions for 2017 and 2018, according to budget documents the monorail company released this week.
Erica Mosca first experienced education inequality as a teenager in California. Now she’s working to ensure that Clark County students get a quality education while also training them to become community leaders.
I go to shows for a living. It rules. Here are the shows that ruled the most in 2017:
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada opened its doors on Christmas, as more than 100 volunteers served 1,000 Christmas meals to Southern Nevada’s homeless and less fortunate.
The Raiders had five second-half turnovers in a 19-10 loss that gave the Philadelphia Eagles the NFC’s top playoff seed, assuring them homefield advantage in January.
UFC women’s featherweight champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino, who will headline her first pay-per-view event on Saturday in Las Vegas, said she hopes to try boxing at least once before her career is over.
If we are going to publicly subsidize mass transit, we can also help Las Vegas’s unique monorail system survive and achieve its true potential.
No one was injured Sunday evening after a vacant house caught fire in the east valley.