Most Recent

Inmate who escaped conservation camp captured in Las Vegas
www.reviewjournal.com

An inmate who escaped from a minimum-security conservation camp last week was captured Saturday morning in Summerlin, according to a department of corrections spokeswoman.

490
Like
Save
COMMENTARY: Las Vegas taxi cabs and the shortest — or fastest — distance between two points
www.reviewjournal.com

Leave it to government to screw up something so simple.

606
Like
Save
East Las Vegas man shot dead while working on truck
www.reviewjournal.com

Las Vegas police said the 42-year-old man was working on a Dodge Ram pickup truck outside his mobile home on the 1200 block of Lamb Boulevard when someone came up and shot him several times at close range.

569
Like
Save
Las Vegas women’s rally saw shortage of 20-somethings
www.reviewjournal.com

I went looking for 20-something women at last Sunday’s Women’s March: Power to the Polls rally, and my search found that the overwhelming number of the estimated 20,000 people attending, to put it delicately, appeared to be “women of a certain age.”

601
Like
Save
Noren has 1-shot lead at Torrey Pines; Woods scores a 70
www.reviewjournal.com

Alex Noren of Sweden has all the credentials to be on the fringe of the elite in golf. He is a nine-time winner on the European Tour, including the flagship BMW PGA Championship, and he cracked the top 10 in the world when he won four times in 2016.

547
Like
Save
Ramsay turns up burner with Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace
www.reviewjournal.com

Gordon Ramsay, an ex-soccer prospect in Scotland before a knee injury sidelined his athletic career, is still in top shape and fired up about his new restaurant.

518
Like
Save
Las Vegas students want safer playground at elementary school
www.reviewjournal.com

“The blacktop is not safe. Kids slip, fall and get hurt badly,” the students wrote in a letter to Clark County school trustees, urging the district to fix the crumbling blacktop field blamed for 150 abrasions so far this school year.

536
Like
Save
Las Vegas Vietnam veterans recall Tet Offensive, 50 years later
www.reviewjournal.com

On Saturday, about 15 men perused a Tet Offensive 50th anniversary remembrance display at American Legion Post No. 8. The display, which included machine guns, olive-green uniforms, and albums of photos, was a reminder of the attack that spanned 35 cities and killed 6,328 U.S. military personnel.

474
Like
Save