Ricardo Torres-cortez, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ricardo Torres-cortez

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Henderson, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Ricardo:

Pair killed in northwest valley shootout were teen brothers, family says

Two teenagers were identified as the people killed Monday during a shootout in a northwest valley house. → Read More

Few seem satisfied with Clark County plan for short-term rentals

Before applying for a business license for a short-term rental, homeowners first will have to sign up to enter a “random number generator.” → Read More

High school teacher accused of having sexual contact with a student

A Legacy High School teacher was arrested on allegations of having sexual contact with a student, according to the Clark County School District Police Department. → Read More

Man killed in Fremont Street shooting called ‘loving son, brother’

Las Vegas police said no arrests have been made in connection with a fatal shooting on Sunday at the Fremont Street Experience. → Read More

Largest fire in 25 years torches 10 downtown buildings

At least 10 buildings were either damaged or destroyed in a massive fire in downtown Las Vegas early Sunday morning. → Read More

Nevada has highest percentage of single fathers in US, report says

Nevada has more than 20,000 single fathers who live with their children, according to a recent study that cites 2020 U.S. Census Bureau microdata. → Read More

Nevada primary election is over for these lucky winners

Nonpartisan candidates who get more than 50 percent of the vote in the primary election don’t have to appear on the November ballot. → Read More

Pedestrian killed in crash was fixture in Las Vegas neighborhood

“I thought it was a stranger until I’ve seen his face,” Albert Brace said Friday evening from the Las Vegas boulevard intersection, where Kevin Williams, died early Tuesday. → Read More

75-year-old man killed in head-on crash in western Las Vegas

The wreck was reported about 11 a.m. on Charleston Boulevard near Emerywood Court, the Metropolitan Police Department said. → Read More

Porn star accused of stealing cab on Strip with passenger inside

Police said Michael Swayze led authorities in a pursuit from the Strip to the Arizona border. → Read More

Pair accused in fatal robbery extradited to Las Vegas

Two people accused in a fatal Las Vegas robbery, and who turned themselves into FBI agents in Florida, were extradited to Clark County, jail and court records show. → Read More

2 Las Vegas women die in crash on Southern California highway

Two Las Vegas women were killed in a crash about 100 miles south of the valley. → Read More

Man fatally shot in North Las Vegas

The shooting occurred early Saturday. → Read More

7 hospitalized in shooting that shuts down US 95 in Henderson

The alleged shooter had not been arrested and the scene remained “active,” police said. → Read More

“Major delays” expected as I-11 shut down in Henderson

The Regional Transportation Commission announced the closure, reported near College Drive → Read More

Review-Journal launches app for Spanish-speaking readers

The RJ Español app — downloadable on the Apple and Google stores — mirrors the RJespanol.com website. → Read More

FBI, Metro identify 2 of 3 suspects in deadly robbery

Las Vegas police identified two of three suspects wanted in a fatal shooting during a targeted robbery in a southwest valley home in March. → Read More

Sheriff: Vegas suspect in church shooting fueled by ‘political tensions’

David Chou, 68, is facing one count of murder and five counts of attempted murder after a shooting in Laguna Woods, California. → Read More

Was it the mob? Body found in Lake Mead brings plenty of speculation

To many, the grim discovery of the body of a shooting victim in Lake Mead inspired a callback to a darker Las Vegas past, but the the reality could be as murky as the waters where the body was found. → Read More

‘Grander than ever’: Summerlin Fourth of July parade announced

A full-scale Fourth of July parade is returning to Summerlin following two years of pandemic-related restrictions, organizers announced Tuesday. → Read More