The iPad at the center of the murder of 15-year-old Marcos Arenas has been recovered by Las Vegas police, the Review-Journal has learned.
High-profile Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney Randolph Goldberg will begin serving a two-year prison term Aug. 21, a federal judge ordered Thursday.
As the recession recedes, Southern Nevada has fewer under-water homes.
A constitutional amendment that would let voters decide whether to legalize gay marriage passed the final hurdle of the 2013 legislative session Thursday but still has a long way to go.
Get your board shorts and bikinis ready, folks. Wet ’n’ Wild is about to open its floodgates.
A notorious former football star brings a liquored-up posse, two members of which are armed, to a Palace Station hotel room to forcibly retrieve a few boxes of sports memorabilia.
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After months of playing in high-pressure baseball games, Boulder City’s Tanner Howell was at ease Thursday in the Southern Nevada Baseball Coaches Association Division I-A All-Star Game.
Great athletes always seem to make the right moves at the right time. For example, compare these winning moves by jockey Gary Stevens and LeBron James.
Two announcements crossed my desk this week that remind me the best part of this community can be found in its network of largely unsung volunteer and charity organizations.
The national foreclosure settlement has been a bonanza for nearly 20,000 Nevada homeowners. Between March 1, 2012, and March 31 of this year, housing relief from big banks had an average value of $97,000, either through mortgage refinancing, principal reductions or short sales, the state reported this week. No doubt, that $1.9 billion in assistance helped a lot of families hold onto their homes or escape crushing negative equity altogether.