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.
Nevada’s largest newspaper says it has laid off 12 employees and cut its special projects unit as part of a restructuring because of the economy. Officials for the Las Vegas Review-Journal said Tuesday the newspaper […]