Last week, President Donald Trump proposed a massive amnesty, and Democrats immediately accused him of xenophobia.
Lifelong Southern Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, recently cleared of federal charges and freed from jail after nearly two years, has turned his sights on state and county government.
Nevada’s public records law has a big bark, but little bite. It’s time to change that.
Here is the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s 2017 all-state football team.
With help from the dog-loving Las Vegas Golden Knights, 15 of the 164 Pomeranian dogs found crammed in the back of a box truck in Sandy Valley in November were placed with new owners Monday afternoon.
Deputy Joshua Armendariz caught the inmate on Dec. 5 as he plunged from a railing on the second floor of a cellblock at the Nye County Detention Center in Pahrump.
Las Vegas police and Clark County officials recovered more than 150 dogs Wednesday evening from a box truck in Sandy Valley.
UNLV’s season and bowl hopes ended Saturday with a 23-16 loss at UNR. Kelton Moore’s 1-yard touchdown run with 7:34 put the Wolf Pack in front for good.
The only thing Republicans need to do to give low- and middle-income families a tax cut is to repeal the individual mandate under Obamacare.
Amazon.com announced Monday that 238 metro regions, including Las Vegas, have applied to be the home of its second headquarters.
The extreme summer heat in Las Vegas prompted one airline to suspend service for the season, another carrier to adjust its departure schedule and caused an undetermined number of delays and cancellations at McCarran International Airport.
If you own more than $10 billion in bonds, you should know what a bond is. That’s why Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada board members heard a presentation Thursday on bonds before their regular meeting.
A series of amendments to block funding to revive the Yucca Mountain nuclear repository died in the House and were not included in a four-bill, $800 billion spending package.
Raise the minimum wage, reduce worker pay. That’s not what the left promised, but that’s what’s happening in Seattle, which is phasing in a $15-an-hour minimum wage.
The power of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s veto pen now extends to Washington, D.C.