The lawsuit filed by Mark Evensvold against the late Zappos CEO’s estate involved a contract written on a Post-It note.
Markel Ellison had been assigned to the Air Force base’s 432nd Wing, a squad known as the “Hunters.”
Police said five suspects in a series of burglaries reported last year near Summerlin golf courses are in custody.
Bill Fayne was ever-present in the Las Vegas entertainment community. If he wasn’t onstage, he was near it, or preparing some wonderful show to get back to it.
The Clark County Department of Business License announced a new customer service telephone number to better help residents with questions.
A vehicle driven by a 29-year-old armed robbery suspect smashed into the rear of the Army veteran’s car on March 1 in Henderson, police said.
NFL great Tom Brady, who retired after last season with seven Super Bowl rings, recently purchased a stake in the WNBA’s Aces from majority owner Mark Davis.
Hall of Fame pitcher Greg Maddux said he’s excited about the possibility of MLB placing a team in Las Vegas, be it the Athletics or an expansion team.
The Aviators begin the Triple-A season with a three-game series at the Reno Aces starting Friday.
The craft beer fest, which returns this weekend, has grown considerably in the past 11 years — and the Vegas craft brew community has grown right along with it.
The release of the recordings came as people protested at the Tennessee Capitol on Thursday in favor of tighter gun controls.
The new restaurants will join the chef’s four other restaurants on the Las Vegas Strip.
VSiN host Wes Reynolds went 10-7 ATS and hit both of his best bets to win the Review-Journal’s NCAA Tournament challenge.
The actress, who got her start as a dancer, will be honored Saturday as Nevada Ballet Theatre’s Woman of the Year.
The Golden Knights get their second chance to clinch a playoff spot for the fifth time in six seasons when they play at the San Jose Sharks on Thursday night.
A judge rejected a motion from former Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles on Thursday to have the judge overseeing his murder case removed.
Rain gauges recorded from .04 of an inch at a few northwest valley sites to .20 of an inch near Mount Charleston on Thursday afternoon.
The lawyer is accused of running a $460M Ponzi scheme targeting members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
A live look at the Tropicana/I-15 project and surrounding traffic.
each morning and afternoon.