Bonanza Gift Shop, the self-proclaimed world’s largest gift shop, is the latest retail property on Las Vegas Boulevard to sell for a hefty price.
The man killed in a Monday morning crash on southbound Interstate 15 near Charleston Boulevard has been identified by the Clark County coroner.
Dominick Cruz is slated to defend his bantamweight belt against Cody Garbrandt on the Dec. 30 card at T-Mobile Arena.
A federal judge in San Francisco has approved a $15 billion court settlement of most claims against Volkswagen for its emissions-cheating scandal.
Hold on to your knit hats, “Gilmore Girls” fans. Netflix has just released a trailer with the first long look at footage from the upcoming “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” series.
Democrats dominated the first two days of early voting in Nevada, accounting for more than half of the ballots cast over the weekend.
Tuesday morning fog is expected to dissipate, but chances for rain will return later in the week, according to the National Weather Service.
Have a Starbucks card in your wallet? Chances are it was produced out of a facility in Southern Nevada. Same goes for your hotel key cards. And it may even be the case for your credit and debit cards.
When Deepak Chopra began exploring the territory of what would come to be known as integrative medicine, it wasn’t a particularly crowded place.
The left lanes of southbound U.S. Highway 95 near Cheyenne Avenue are clear after being blocked Tuesday morning.
A two-car crash restricted traffic near Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Boulevard Tuesday morning.
Militants wearing suicide vests stormed a Pakistani police academy in the southwestern city of Quetta overnight, killing 61 people, mostly police cadets and recruits.
The salmon are on the move — and they’re a lot closer to home than you might think.
Four people were killed Tuesday after a river rapids ride malfunctioned at a popular theme park on Australia’s east coast, officials said.
Police found several bullet casings on J Street near Washington Avenue around midnight Monday after a report of people shooting randomly out of a moving vehicle.
One man is expected to survive after being shot in North Las Vegas late Monday night.
A three-car crash temporarily shut down traffic near Oakey and Jones boulevards late Monday night.
Las Vegas police detectives are searching for possible additional victims who may have been secretly recorded while renting a south valley home, the department announced Monday.
UNLV athletic director Tina Kunzer-Murphy will step down at the end of the academic year. She then will move to the UNLV Foundation.
The Spurs, Knicks, Bulls and Russell Westbrook are reasons to watch this season. But in the end, it will be Golden State and Cleveland again.
June Simms doesn’t wear a white coat, she doesn’t use a stethoscope during her workday, and she probably won’t ever be called upon to perform an emergency appendectomy. But Simms is as much a part of Southern Nevada’s patient care landscape as any doctor, nurse or medical professional.
The highly anticipated razing of “The Slammer,” Penn Jillette’s longtime home on West Wigwam Avenue in southwest Las Vegas, was halted Monday when the tank that was procured to level the house got stuck in the front room.
With a prize package worth $6,000 at stake, five finalists in the Blue Man Group Drum-Off pulled a variety of tricks from their proverbial hi-hats, some trying out different drumming styles and repeatedly flipping their sticks in the air, others drumming with a blindfold on and using light-up drumsticks.
A Kingman, Arizona, man headed to prison for killing his best friend and burying him under concrete says in a letter to the judge that he believes the man was trying to help him fulfill his wish to die when he stabbed him to death.
Las Vegas will be one of the first cities in the United States to roll out the technology that will accommodate self-driving vehicles, a futurist and transportation expert predicted Monday.
The man shot and killed outside a Caesars Palace parking garage has been identified as Fuli Ji, 52, of Chino Hills, California.
When the World Series kicks off Tuesday at Progressive Field, it’s the beginning of the end of one of the two longest World Series title droughts.
Democrat Hillary Clinton has a solid lead over Republican Donald Trump in Nevada as early voting is underway, according to a poll commissioned by the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Rabbit ragu at Carson Kitchen and Seafood Fra Diavolo at Redwood Steakhouse are a couple of the items On the Menu this week.
The popular touring show “Toruk” lands at a time when Cirque’s similar epic “Ka” is on vacation.
The excitement for what seemed to possibly be a final redevelopment attempt of the Moulin Rouge site is gone even faster than it came. A London-based developer who had offered to redevelop the site appears to have withdrawn from the project.
Long-suffering Chicago transplants whoop it up as Cubs beat Dodgers for first World Series berth in 71 years.
Here are the Nevada Preps Player of the Week nominees for Week 9 of high school football.
From removing lipstick smears from Justin Bieber to giving Beyonce a “Lemonade” makeover, lead studio artist Adam Morey keeps every wax figure at Madame Tussauds looking his or her best.
Bank of America Corp. plans to provide customers with a chatty “virtual assistant” named Erica who will use artificial intelligence to make suggestions over mobile phones for improving their financial affairs.
Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Barack Obama’s health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer, the administration confirmed Monday. That will stoke another “Obamacare” controversy days before a presidential election.
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