Las Vegas Review-Journal


Las Vegas Valley siblings in foster care reunite at Camp to Belong

Separated siblings were reunited for a week as part of Camp To Belong. | August 15, 2017

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Nevada State College provost wants to boost support services

Dr. Vickie Shields sent a campuswide email survey about how to improve the college. | August 15, 2017

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Elite Henderson youth triathletes compete in national championships

Physical therapy clinic Maximum Velocity was abuzz with the turn of bike wheels July 31st. | August 8, 2017

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Henderson animal shelter works toward ‘no-kill’ status

The Animal Care and Control Facility oversaw the adoption of 213 animals in July. | August 7, 2017

Henderson gymnast, 15, sets sights on 2020 Olympics in Tokyo

Chalk powder forms a dissipating cloud around her hands as Maile O’Keefe approaches the bars. | August 1, 2017


Henderson developers consider backstory when naming streets

Monet Sunrise and Mist Effect avenues didn’t get their names just because they sound pleasant. | July 31, 2017

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Henderson couple to compete in triathlons in Norway, Denmark

John Mercer has dedicated the majority of his adult life to testing the limits of physical abilities. | July 31, 2017


Teacher copes with Parkinson’s, disease that killed his brother

John Cwik was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2004, 14 years after his brother was also diagnosed. | July 25, 2017

Henderson Fire Department uses open house events to push safety

The Henderson Fire Department held an open house for parents and children July 14 at Station 86. | July 25, 2017

Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve gets its share of international visitors

Located on the edge of the Pacific Flyway, the Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve is a popular destination. | July 18, 2017

Henderson girl, 15, prepares for her first CrossFit Games

Marya Drabicki has spent her childhood lifting stones as a weightlifting and CrossFit competitor. | July 17, 2017

Humana Charity Crafters donate quilts, afghans to veterans’ groups

The Humana Charity Crafters gathered July 14 to make their biannual donation of handmade items. | July 17, 2017

Henderson bakery owner, 62, also a champion water skier

The sun-worn exterior of Chef Flemming’s Bake Shop on south Water Street beckons customers. | July 11, 2017


Remnant Ministries, led by Randall Cunningham, adds youth facility

Pro-quarterback-turned-pastor Randall Cunningham foresaw the expansion of Remnant Ministries. | July 10, 2017


Former city clerk’s documents part of history

Henderson was a soon-to-be-incorporated town when Genevieve Harper arrived in 1951. | June 29, 2017


Ex-flight attendant starts business to train aviation-industry hopefuls

Aspiring flight attendants have a chance to spread their wings with this new training program. | July 10, 2017

In Las Vegas area, ultimate disc a growing sport with an edge

Collegians and adventure-seekers rummaged through their sports bags in preparation for a dusk warm-up on the Silver Bowl Park field. | July 3, 2017

Card skimming on rise in Henderson, police warn

A credit card fraud tactic known as skimming is spiking in Henderson, the Police Department warns. | June 29, 2017

Henderson's Seedling Theatre Company turns hobby into business

Kris Blake of Henderson was knee-deep in children’s theater costumes when she founded her business. | June 26, 2017

Henderson’s glow run serves as a solstice party

The hills were aglow June 17 as runners took part in the city’s Glow Worm 5K Fun Run. | June 26, 2017

Henderson virtual reality pioneers control music

Two Ivy League inventors hit the Las Vegas music scene after quitting their jobs in pursuit of their creation. | June 26, 2017

Henderson police seek residents’ video surveillance footage

The Henderson Police Department started a community video surveillance program June 7. | June 23, 2017

Graduate returns as Basic High School’s principal

Gerald Bustamante came full circle this spring when he accepted his alma mater’s top position. | June 20, 2017

Scholarship honors late Henderson leader

Friends described Arnold Lopez as “the light in the room,” and they now forged a way to preserve the flame. | June 16, 2017

Houston Chronicle


Late on the night of April 14, 2016, Mark Tartaglio and Corina Burnett stepped out of a chartered event bus. | May 13, 2017


Glynn Langston glides slowly through the bar of the Marriott Hotel, his dark glasses reflecting others' faces. | April 28, 2017

As is often the case, the hundreds inside Lakewood Church were seeking redemption. | April 22, 2017


Houstonians demand that Trump release taxes

Hundreds of sign-wielding Houston taxpayers congregated outside City Hall Saturday in an appeal. | April 15, 2017


Katy mosque welcomes neighbors of all faiths

Henna-tattooed children, Christian families and two Mormon elders removed their shoes in unison. | April 9, 2017

Furniture nonprofit debuts new warehouse

Clad in a sequined hat, Anna Richelle ran her fingers across the plastic covering of a room full of mattresses. | April 6, 2017

Fatal bat fungus epidemic claws its way into Texas

Hundreds of bats take flight into a coral dusk as local joggers stop to gaze at the sky. | March 27, 2017

'Iron Bill' Dowling's widow speaks to crowd

Hundreds of firefighters fell silently into line at the front of the campus' Belin Tower below its inscription. | March 15, 2017

Popular skatepark reopens after renovations

Eager skating enthusiasts fanned out around the slick basins of their local gliding grounds Saturday. | March 13, 2017

Trail riders head to Memorial Park for rodeo

A congregation of over 3,000 travelers rode onto the ceremonial campgrounds of Memorial Park Friday. | March 3, 2017


Woodlands robotics team returns to championship

Forty-five students from a champion team gathered Thursday for the "world's largest robotics celebration." | April 21, 2017


Man charged with capital murder in fatal shooting

Harris County Sheriff's Office investigators charged a 35-year-old man with multiple counts of capital murder. | April 14, 2017


Former Katy High student sues teacher for affair

A former Katy High School student is suing the school district after an alleged sexual relationship. | April 13, 2017

Rice's odd Beer Bike competition celebrates

Nearly 3,000 people crowded the Rice University stadium parking lot Saturday to witness the competition. | April 1, 2017

Gulfton teens help create $1 million skate park

A group of Gulfton teens never imagined they would have a hand in bringing their virtual reality to life. | March 18, 2017


Navy ship to be named for Gabrielle Giffords

The Navy announced the commissioning date for one of the few naval ships to be named after a woman. | March 13, 2017

Teacher arrested for filming female students

A Texas teacher was arrested after using hidden cameras to film female students undress. | March 10, 2017

Levy Park reopens after $15 million reconstruction

At the center of inner-city Houston, Levy Park's new appeal can be seen for miles. | February 25, 2017

The Cougar


Photographer’s copyright lawsuit questions Bauer

Jim Olive has spent the better part of his career stepping onto helicopters with a camera in hand. | March 8, 2017

College Republicans divided over Trump

For UH College Republicans, the stakes of the 2016 election have never been higher. | November 2, 2016


Best playwright, 'bar none,' passes at 88

The questions that great writing pose, ones that force you to see the complexities of life, are often rare. | September 21, 2016

Cage Rage creates mob, anger for students

Sara Haats sweltered in the 86-degree heat when she witnessed a ticket line transform into a tailgate riot. | September 7, 2016

Iconic chemistry teacher leaving UH after 18 years

Chemistry professor Simon Bott has been a fixture at UH for longer than most freshmen have been alive. | August 17, 2016

Students, faculty gather at vigil for Pulse victims

Candles flickered on an altar, one for each of the Orlando victims, as UH students and faculty gathered. | June 15, 2016

Provost’s office denies proposal for ‘UHin5’

The blueprint of graduation status has been called into question for future architects. | January 25, 2017

Anti-assault advocates ‘Take Back The Night’

A circle of more than 50 candle flames wavered in the air as students guarded them from the wind. | October 13, 2016

Hilton program guides veterans to success

Shawn Willey finds himself a manager thanks to a few weeks well spent at the Hilton College. | September 15, 2016

Researchers discover alarming 'drunkorexia'

Research from a UH professor has led to the discovery of a new trend in college students’ drinking habits. | August 17, 2016


SGA meeting allows action on #RemoveRohini

Students lined the walls to call for punishment for the vice president’s inflammatory comments. | July 29, 2016

Nutritional clinic closes, professor maintains hope

Caryn Honig has experienced Houston’s relationship with eating disorders as a patient and a scholar. | June 13, 2016