Two media groups say ‘navigators’ hired to enroll Nevadans on the state health exchange have criminal backgrounds.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is eliminating its managing editor, city editor and sports editor positions in a reorganization that will leave two deputy editors overseeing the newsroom.
Photo by: ABC Local (Carson City, NV) — As Carson City residents begin to recover from Tuesday’s deadly shooting, the restaurant where it took place may never open its doors again. The IHOP has been […]
(Las Vegas, NV) — An investigation into sick leave abuse in the Clark County Fire Department is over. A spokesman for the county tells the “Review-Journal” some firefighters will be disciplined. Only two have been […]
Photo By: Marco Del Rio/STR NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — The North Las Vegas City Council is debating whether to order a new election for a council race after an invalid ballot was found […]
A former Las Vegas-based physician who used his pain management clinic in northwest Arizona to illegally distribute prescription drugs is going to prison.
Congressman Dean Heller may be moving closer to a run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by John Ensign. The “Review-Journal” says Heller is telling confidants he will make an announcement as soon as […]
Spring break may just be the economic tonic Las Vegas resorts are hoping for. The “Review-Journal” says several hotels are luring students to fill rooms and pools before the summer vacation season begins. The Palms […]
Authorities say 4-year-old girl has died at a hospital where she was being treated for head wounds received while relatives target shot in the desert outside Las Vegas. The Clark County coroner’s office said Tuesday […]
A New York-based firm will renovate one of the oldest hotel towers at Caesars Palace.