Entertainment powerhouse company AEG and MGM Resorts International — partners on a $350 million, 19,500-seat arena behind New York-New York on the Strip — plan to move the first chunk of earth for the project at a groundbreaking ceremony set for May 1.
Being a college athlete isn’t an easy feat, but when you are dangerously allergic to your own sweat, it can become even more challenging.
A powerful magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook central and southern Mexico on Friday, sending panicked people into the streets. Some walls cracked and fell, but there were no reports of major damage or casualties.
Utah authorities are enlisting the help of the FBI to analyze DNA from seven babies found dead in the garage of a woman who has been arrested on six counts of murder.
When Bernard Hopkins speaks, it pays to listen. He doesn’t deal in sound bytes. He’s more like a narrative from a documentary, telling the entire story with thoughtfulness, insight and the wisdom of a 49-year-old man who has seen and done virtually everything in boxing.
A student-passenger involved in a fatal vehicle collision attempts to recall events in a shaky 911 call.
The family of a Las Vegas Justice Court marshal who killed himself last month has filed a federal lawsuit alleging his death was the result of a hostile work environment created by supervisors and union leaders locked in a bitter labor organizing drive.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with New American restaurants this week.
To me, it’s even more interesting that Brosnan just said he can’t watch his 007 films, because he is so hard on himself, when to the rest of us, the problem with Brosnan’s 007 movies weren’t him but the scripts, directing and post, am I right?
Las Vegas socialite and hotel director Elaine Wynn’s impeccably crafted image took a knock this past week after an article in The New York Times tied her to an Oregon law that provides a tax shelter for wealthy art owners.
Downtown Las Vegas will be the epicenter for the local craft beer movement when the Great Vegas Festival of Beer is staged on East Fremont Street on April 26.
Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of gaming giant MGM Resorts International, is strongly hinting that his company’s turbulent relationship with boxing promoter Bob Arum might be over.
Las Vegas-based MGM Resorts International is asking Massachusetts gambling regulators to slow the process of collecting required state fees for a casino license in the state’s western region as it seeks to open an $800 million casino in downtown Springfield.
Nevada’s unemployment rate stayed at 8.5 percent from February to March, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Friday morning.
An avalanche swept the slopes of Mount Everest on Friday along a route used to climb the world’s highest peak, killing at least six Nepalese guides and leaving nine missing, officials said.
A 2-year-old girl was struck by a van about 9:30 p.m. Thursday and died at Pecos Road and Dillon Avenue, north of Lake Mead Boulevard, a Las Vegas police watch commander said.
Everything starts with the coach. Gregg Popovich sets a steady tone for the San Antonio Spurs, who resemble the Aristotle theory that excellence is a habit, not an act.
With his voice occasionally wavering, Michael Egan III described abuse he said began when he was 15 years old at the hands of Singer and others. He told of being plied with drugs and promises of Hollywood fame while also enduring threats and sexual abuse in Hawaii and Los Angeles over several years.
In its new “Built For It” ad, CAT decided to play a kid’s game in a man’s world — a Jenga-like game that they call Stack. And of course they used their construction equipment to carry out the task.
Karina Taylor refuted much of the testimony of her former boyfriend, Kevin Cooney, during two days of testimony and his mother’s attempted murder trial.
Las Vegas police said they have arrested a suspect in connection with a fatal stabbing Thursday, the third in a span of 24 hours.
Imagine yourself at 17 and add worldwide fame and the promise of a lifetime of unlimited wealth. Meet Lorde.
Nevada high school freshmen and sophomores in 2014-15 lucked out Thursday when they were freed of the graduation requirement that has kept diplomas from thousands of past students, and will likely do the same for thousands more to come.
Adrenalized alt-pop troupe Foster the People has not fully capitalized on the potential windfall of advertising revenue that songs from their two albums, “Torches” and “Supermodel,” could garner. No worries, we’re here to help
NASA planet hunters found an astonomical object dubbed Kepler-186f that has the potential to sustain human life.
The Bureau of Land Management said Thursday that two bulls were euthanized during the agency’s weeklong roundup of cattle that ended Saturday with an armed standoff between supporters of rancher Cliven Bundy and federal agents.
Henrique De Castro’s severance pay more than doubled the amount that Yahoo paid CEO Marissa Mayer last year.
Caesars Entertainment’s Linq retail district apparently is driving more than tourism to the heart of the Strip. Officials with the Las Vegas Monorail Co. say it’s partially responsible for a boost in ridership for the 3.9-mile elevated transit system that has seen a downward spiral in ridership since 2007.
A federal jury in Las Vegas has begun its deliberations in a civil rights case that stems from a police beating in 2007 at McCarran International Airport.
Nevada may be a haven for New York Yankees fans, but when it comes to hockey Nevadans’ loyalty moves west … to Chicago.
There was chaos and confusion on the bridge of a sinking South Korean ferry, with the captain first trying to stabilize the listing vessel before ordering its evacuation, a crewman said Thursday. The captain and a dozen crew members survived, but more than 270 passengers are still missing.