A fatal crash on northbound Interstate 15 after Washington Avenue Sunday was under investigation.
Tyler Kennedy was sentenced Tuesday for up to 20 years for each of three counts of DUI causing death in a Nye County crash involving an Idaho family. Kennedy admitted to drug use.
Tyler Kennedy could face two to 20 years for each of three DUI counts causing death for the U.S. 95 crash that killed three members of an Idaho family.
On Thursday, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians donated $100,000 to Three Square Food Bank in Las Vegas.
Photos, candles and marigolds adorned the ofrendas at Lorenzi Park in Las Vegas while live music played for Sunday evening’s Dia de los Muertos celebration.
Fourth graders from Hickey Elementary School made their case against Harry Potter at the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas on Friday.
Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott are the hosts of Property Brothers, the hit HGTV show where they help couples find fixer-uppers and transform them into dream homes.
Students from the Bishop Gorman High School football and cheerleader teams helped to serve food at the free Christmas meal sponsored by the Frank and Victoria Fertitta Foundation at Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada on Sunday.
Backstage, “queens” representing their heritage waited in office chairs in flashy dresses of sequins, capes, tulle and glitter. The gown portion of the Ms. Senior Universe was about to start, and one could hear founder Kathleen Ray on the microphone emphasizing that the judges will critique not the dress, but the woman in the dress, her poise and confidence, and how she owns the stage.
Around 3,000 people attended the Happy Face Foundation’s annual Back to School Fair at Springs Preserve in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Before the Blue Man Group’s fourth annual Grant a Gift Autism Foundation benefit performance Sunday, children and parents huddled for a drum circle at the Luxor hotel-casino.
Canyon Springs High School in Las Vegas hosted different Mexican folk dancing groups on Friday night.
Browse through the best photos and videos of 2017 from Las Vegas Review-Journal staffer Rachel Aston.
Mary Beth Heishman is a high school teacher and , but moonlights as a jewelry maker.