The teens were taken to a hospital, where they were in stable condition early Wednesday morning, according to Las Vegas police Lt. David Gordon.
Dennis Rudner is a graduate of The Ohio State University and has had a diverse career with newspapers in Ohio, New Mexico, Oregon, Nebraska and Nevada. Prior to an eight-year stint as assistant sports editor at the RJ, he helped develop Indian gaming in New Mexico. He lives in Summerlin with his wife, two dogs, one cat and turtle. Dotting the “I” tops his bucket list.
Caesars Entertainment Inc. on Tuesday reached an agreement to purchase sports betting company William Hill PLC for $3.7 billion.
UFC star Conor McGregor tweeted Friday that he was going to step back into the boxing ring and fight former great Manny Pacquiao.
Gov. Steve Sisolak is expected next week to lift certain restrictions on youth sports and adjust capacity limits for gatherings, according to a Friday news release.
As tributes poured in for Ginsburg, battle lines already were being drawn, setting up another partisan battle as the process to replace her on the high court moves forward in the Senate.
The actor had been battling colon cancer for nearly four years, and his death came as a shock to the entertainment and sports world.
The Electric Daisy Carnival will return to Las Vegas in May and is just about sold out.
August’s full moon, the Sturgeon Moon, was on full display around the world and in Southern Nevada on Monday night.
Two guests, wearing masks, couldn’t hide their smiles after winning more than $269,ooo on Thursday at the D Las Vegas.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the United States’ top infectious disease expert, opened up the major league baseball season by throwing out the first pitch before Thursday night’s season opener between the defending champion Washington Nationals and the visiting New York Yankees.
Wake Research-Clinical Research Center of Nevada is moving forward in attempts to find a COVID-19 vaccine.
Two homeless men landed in a Las Vegas hospital late Wednesday night after brawl in the central valley.
The new kids on the desert block are getting a lot of attention at Camel Safari in Bunkerville.
Mary Kay Letourneau, the former Seattle area sixth-grade teacher, who became tabloid fodder after raping one of her students and then marrying him, died at the age of 58.