A body found in a suitcase on a Utah highway in April was a Las Vegas woman who went missing in November, law enforcement said Wednesday.
The Las Vegas museum devoted to the exploits of Tommy gun-wielding mobsters will open a permanent display that explores the "rampant corruption" of global soccer's scandal-rocked governing body, which has drawn comparisons to organized crime.
Defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield may avoid permanent disbarment even though he pleaded guilty to charges related to forging court documents and destroying evidence.
They can still be loud — and, in some cases, very nearly naked — but Fremont Street’s buskers might soon have to ply their trade where Las Vegas tells them to.
An Oklahoma woman charged with downing Jell-O shots of alcohol while driving a commercial bus has been arrested for violating state traffic laws, police said on Wednesday.
A new company is running the four Ashley Furniture HomeStores in Las Vegas.
Shortly after Goodell upheld Tom Brady's four-game suspension Tuesday for his alleged role in deflating footballs — the same suspension Dallas Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy received for assaulting his ex-girlfriend — SI.com posted a Roger Goodell Random Punishment Generator.
A 22-year-old former Las Vegas police Explorer has been accused of maintaining a four-year sexual relationship with a girl starting when she was just 11-years-old.
The question might not be so much if UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is willing to fight a man in the Octagon, but if a man is willing to fight her.
Tom Cruise has revealed plans to return as Ethan Hunt for a sixth "Mission: Impossible," asserting that shooting could start as early as a year from now.
Seven years ago, on the set of the sci-fi show "Supernatural," star Jared Padalecki had an anxiety attack. After speaking with a doctor on the set, he was told he had clinical depression.
A white female supervisor for the upscale Adam's Mark hotel in Kansas City, Mo., allegedly hung a "slave doll" from a noose in an employee break area, according to a Kansas City attorney, who sent her allegations to media outlets after regular business hours on Monday.
A few TV anchors were not happy with Cara Delevingne, and it made for one cringe-worthy interview. The model and actress appeared on "Good Day Sacramento" to promote her film "Paper Towns," and the interview grew tense as she seemed less-than-enthusiastic and the anchors called her out for it.
Parents of a 6-year-old boy who nearly drowned in a wave pool at Cowabunga Bay have sued the Henderson water park.
Breaking Bad fans going through withdrawal, listen up: You can buy Jesse Pinkman's house.
Trevor Noah has responded to the backlash that ensued after his "Daily Show" appointment was announced in March, which prompted the resurfacing of tweets of his that were deemed racist, anti-Semitic and sexist.
As usual, some TV and movie favorites are leaving Netflix this month.
Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday sided with critics of Planned Parenthood who are seeking to restrict federal funding to the group in the wake of provocative videos that raise questions about the organization's ethics on abortion.
Former prison worker Joyce Mitchell pleaded guilty this week in relation to her role in the sensational June escape of two inmates in upstate New York. As part of her plea, she submitted detailed statements of her involvement with the convicted murderers David Sweat and Richard Matt.
As it considers suing Clark County over its delayed opening, a medical marijuana dispensary is seeking internal emails that could shed light on the county's treatment of it and other businesses.
The bankruptcy judge overseeing the reorganization of Caesars Entertainment's largest division said Wednesday the company could not pursue a fast appeal to his ruling that allows bondholder lawsuits to proceed.
Time will tell if Jayson Werth regains his All-Star form for the Washington Nationals, but the veteran outfielder, who was activated from the 60-day disabled list Tuesday, is still on top of his tipping game.