The security footage is sobering. Benjamin Frazier, angry over paying a $30 cover charge at Drai’s After Hours nightclub inside Bally’s on the Strip in October, is seen arguing with a security guard at the club inside Bally’s.
The man accused of faking sign interpretation while standing alongside world leaders at Nelson Mandela’s memorial service said Thursday he hallucinated that angels were entering the stadium, has schizophrenia and has been violent in the past.
The searing historical epic “12 Years a Slave” and the con-artist caper “American Hustle” lead the 71st annual Golden Globes with seven nominations each.
Before Tuesday, the last time I saw David Hollis, who played defensive back for UNLV in the 1984 California Bowl, was 1994. He still was known as “Hot Dog” Hollis then.
UNLV President Neal Smatresk has been confirmed as the new president for the University of North Texas by the system’s Board of Regents.
Comedian Bill Engvall earned new fans by performing well on “Dancing with the Stars” this season. He wants them to know that he runs “a good clean show” at Treasure Island.
Unemployment benefits for 1.3 million Americans who have been out of work for more than six months will be allowed to expire on Dec. 28 under a year-end budget deal reached in Congress, leaders acknowledged Wednesday.
Comet ISON, once optimistically called the comet of the century, is dead, the victim of a way-too-close brush with the sun. It was barely a year old.
Countless cowboys have been crowned world champions in Las Vegas since the city started hosting the National Finals Rodeo in 1985, but only four Nevada natives have won world titles in the 77-year history of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.
A man died Wednesday night after being struck by a vehicle while crossing the street in the southeast valley.
Two or three times a year since 1998, Philip Pro has received a James Bondish call, usually on short notice. Would he like to go overseas, often to countries many of us cannot spell or pronounce? If he can, he does, usually for about a week.
For the second time since 2009, a judge has stripped the Southern Nevada Water Authority of permission to siphon billions of gallons of groundwater a year from across eastern Nevada.
Get in the holiday spirit with a festive lighting ceremony and holiday themed entertainment at Fremont Street Experience this season.
Clark County has agreed to pay a dozen former cadets who found themselves unable to finish training after a law enforcement academy sponsored by the Las Vegas Township constable’s office suddenly stopped classes they were taking.
Leave it to Allegiant Air to come up with a new way to get a few more dollars out of its passengers.
A new law designed to make it harder for banks to foreclose on Nevada homes continued to weigh down the state’s default market in November.
Nevada veterans wait longer than any in the nation to have disability benefits claims completed, U.S. Sen. Dean Heller said at a Senate Veterans Affairs Committee hearing Wednesday.
It’s that time of year when it’s starting to be more interesting to talk about what could happen next year, including a super-team of magicians, a Teller-directed “Tempest” and a more-like-the-movie “Spider-man.”
You don’t accept a postseason game in 2013 to make money. You don’t agree to play North Texas in the Heart of Dallas Bowl on Jan. 1 with the idea your athletic department’s bottom line is going to realize a sudden influx of cash.
Wells Fargo Securities gaming analyst Dennis Farrell Jr., who specializes in high-yield bonds, said Las Vegas Sands and Wynn Resorts Ltd. have the best credit profiles of any of the major casino operators, primarily because of their wholly owned Macau operations.
The sale on eBay of a city-owned vehicle used by Sarah Palin when she was mayor of Wasilla is causing a stir in small-town politics: One official says the current mayor is trying to fatten city coffers off Palin’s fame, and the mayor says “guilty as charged.”
Sen. Harry Reid is not apologizing for using his muscle to expedite visa reviews for investors in the redevelopment of the SLS Hotel in Las Vegas. In a front page story on Wednesday, the Washington Times reported he pulled strings to speed visa applications for about two dozen Asian investors.
A man who shot and killed his neighbor last year for slamming a door was indicted by a grand jury on two counts, murder and carrying a concealed firearm, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield pleaded guilty in District Court Wednesday to several felony and gross misdemeanor charges in a sweeping courthouse counseling scheme.
Earl Gross, an ailing former mortgage company president, was given a light federal prison sentence Wednesday in an $8.4 million bank fraud scheme.
Henry Genaro Macias, 32, of Las Vegas was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of child pornography Tuesday.
A Texas man is behind bars for demanding free tacos in exchange for not killing anyone at a San Antonio restaurant with a sword he had holstered on his waist.
In fine Suessian tradition the origins of the Whos’ Who-roast beast remain a mystery, and sometimes such things are for the best. For all of us who aren’t of the Who persuasion, however, the Christmas beast tends to be defined by tradition.
Local 99 Cents Only stores are working to bring beer and wine sales to the Las Vegas area. The chain is seeking approval from the city of Las Vegas City Planning Commission to sell the products in three of its 15 area locations: 1200 S. Decatur Blvd., 45 N. Nellis Blvd. and 1155 E. Charleston Blvd.
WestJet Airlines and a purple Santa Claus asked some 250 travelers what they wanted for Christmas then delivered on those requests, much to the shock of the recipients.
Tyler Pearson is Mississippi born and raised but a fan of Alabama football, which is understandable given the Crimson Tide have owned their series against the Rebels like Nick Saban does all hearts in Tuscaloosa.