A crowd of thousands flooded the streets of downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning in one of more than 670 Women’s March events worldwide, expressing opposition to President Donald Trump’s stance on issues including reproductive rights, sexual assault, immigration and the environment.
M. Night Shyamalan’s “Split” has turned into a horror hit with a surprisingly strong $40.2 million in its opening weekend at 3,038 North American locations.
The Las Vegas Valley can expect rain all day Sunday and a high of about 50 degrees, meteorologist Barry Pierce said.
A Metro officer shot and killed a knife-wielding nude man who was acting erratically Saturday at a Jean hotel-casino, police said. The shooting took place Saturday in the southeast parking lot of the Gold Strike Hotel and Gambling Hall, located about 30 miles south of Las Vegas.
We Shall Overcomb! A crippling snowstorm that turned Interstate 80, the main route from Salt Lake City, into a parking lot couldn’t stop several thousand protesters from chanting and carrying signs like the one quoted above during the March on Main.
Shannon Churchwell and Electra Skrzydlewski are two public-school mothers who stand on opposite sides in the debate over Nevada’s Education Savings Account program.
Like the rest of the region, Bullhead City’s housing market went into hyper-drive during the bubble years last decade and crashed hard with the recession. But construction has recouped more of its losses in Las Vegas than in smaller areas such as Bullhead City.
Through the roller coaster of emotions, the Rebels finally broke through, outlasting Air Force 87-85 in two overtimes Saturday at the Thomas & Mack Center.
A sea of women in pink knit hats filled the nation’s capital Saturday to deliver a message to President Donald Trump that they will challenge any effort to roll back rights for women and other disaffected groups. Among them were U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, D-Nev., and a contingent of Nevadans.
Another powerful Pacific storm is hitting Southern California and residents in recent burn areas are preparing for the worst.
Nielsen estimates 31 million viewers watched TV coverage of President Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday. That audience total soundly beat the 20.6 million who viewed President Barack Obama’s second inauguration in 2013.
Cirque du Soleil’s arena show is up to the company’s usual high standards, but the movie tie-in doesn’t add enough cinematic narrative.
Joel Osteen’s hope for those who attend the Las Vegas event is that “they go away inspired in their faith, letting go of old mistakes and disappointment and just starting fresh and new.”
Emily Fleming had a lot to compete with Saturday on the Fremont Street Experience — the shouts of a zipliner overhead; feather-clad showgirls posing for photos; a welter of wandering, drink-toting tourists.
There’s no need to wait until Sunday night to place a wager on the Super Bowl LI opening line. Boyd Gaming already has posted point spreads on each possible Super Bowl matchup.
The Piano Guys performed “Fight Song” at the Liberty Ball on Friday night, rankling the song’s writer and performer, Rachel Platten.
Sullivan Square was supposed to be an urban enclave built from scratch in the Las Vegas suburbs, with high-rises, bike lanes, a dog park, art fairs and fitness centers. Today? It’s a giant hole in the ground.
Tyree Wright had rules for his woman, according to Las Vegas police. She had to give him $2,500 from her sex-work earnings each day, and she was forced to sit in the backseat “behind the pimp” in his car. If she did not follow the rules, she would be beaten, Wright’s arrest report said.
State Sen. Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, is putting the final touches on a bill that would allow anyone who’s arrested for driving under the influence to voluntarily install an ignition interlock system, which prevents vehicles from starting if the motorist has been drinking alcohol.
A semitruck driver is in critical condition after a crash Saturday afternoon on southbound U.S. Highway 95.
Three Canadians will be banned from federal lands for five years after pleading guilty to walking on a sensitive hot spring in Yellowstone National Park and other crimes at parks across the Western U.S., park officials said.
In the film “Hidden Figures,” which tells the story of three brilliant black female mathematicians who helped the U.S. win the space race, Dorothy Vaughan shows how to handle automation. Instead of surrendering to unemployment she learns new skills and goes into management.
The NFL playoffs continue this weekend with the AFC and NFC Championships. We’re down to the last four teams, and on Sunday we’ll know who’s advancing to The Big Game.
Las Vegas police are investigating a Saturday morning shooting at the OK Corral bar and nightclub on the east side of the valley.
Everything I knew about attending the Park City, Utah-based film festival, I learned from watching “Entourage.”
The last showers and snowfall of a three-part storm system will sweep into the LasVegas Valley on Sunday, the National Weather Service said. The third storm, which will stretch into Monday, is “the strongest of the three storms and the deepest plume of moisture to come across southern Nevada this winter season,” meteorologist John Adair said.
During a public educational meeting on pot recently hosted by Las Vegas police, residents mainly wondered: If there are no dispensaries, where does one get weed?
The Runnin’ Rebels are back on the court Saturday to host the Air Force Falcons at the Thomas & Mack Center.
President Donald Trump is opening his first full day in office by attending a prayer service at the Washington National Cathedral.
One man is dead after a suspected DUI crash Friday in the east valley, police said.
Brandy Stutzman faces the death penalty for the slaying of her husband. If a jury decides on capital punishment, she would be the only woman on death row in Nevada.
Josh Kearney has the plans, the site lined up and, he says, the money. And after upping his vision for an extreme sports park in Las Vegas, he wants to start building.
At least one round was fired Friday night during a shooting in the area of the Fremont Street Experience.
Jennifer Dickerson’s divorce from her husband was finalized Thursday. A day later, Dickerson, 37, and fiancee Amanda Falzone, 34, became the 10,000th same-sex couple to obtain a marriage license in Clark County.
A 25-year-old man who was shot in the foot during a traffic stop this month has filed an excessive force lawsuit against the North Las Vegas Police Department.
UNLV’s basketball team faces an Air Force squad that has incorporated more transition into its offense and often takes quicker shots in the halfcourt. The teams meet at 3 p.m. Saturday.
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