U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday played down any notion that Nevada might suffer much from a loss of political power when U.S. Sen. Harry Reid retires.
Las Vegas leaders on Wednesday unveiled the city’s first balanced budget in nearly a decade, a $524 million preliminary spending plan that includes some $3 million to hire 35 new employees.
Men are always telling Vegas yoga instructors they should teach naked yoga, because men are men. (Although, some women also like the idea, this is true.)
The best family beaches have more than a sandy spot to sunbathe or clean water for swimming. These beaches all offer more to explore close to the beach.
An Idaho man’s $30 bar tab could turn into $1,000 and a year of jail after he called 911 a total of 12 times to complain about being overcharged for his beer.
A Detroit mother has been charged with torturing and murdering two of her children found last month in a freezer in her apartment, prosecutors said on Wednesday.
In the wake of a landmark California water conservation mandate announced Wednesday, Southern Nevada officials said water policies will not be changed.
A federal judge put the brakes on a strike by Allegiant Air’s pilots union Wednesday, issuing a temporary restraining order nine hours before union members planned to walk and not fly. The order, issued by U.S. District Court Judge Gloria Navarro in Las Vegas, immediately relieved thousands of Allegiant customers who could have been stranded in the middle of their spring break trips.
A candlelight vigil will be held Thursday night at the bus stop where a car hit and killed Maria Garcia and Alyssa Aisa.
Want to become a UFO hunter? You should probably try going to Lander County.
The NFL will be allowed to view seven photographs from Greg Hardy’s domestic violence case to help determine whether the former Carolina Panthers defensive end violated the league’s personal conduct policy.
Las Vegas police seek the public’s help in identifying a man wanted in connection with several pharmacy robberies. The man, described as being in his late 20s, has robbed several pharmacies in Las Vegas over the past month, according to a police news release.
A Georgia teenager who had received a heart transplant after a national debate about whether he deserved the operation died during a high-speed chase with police in a stolen car, authorities said on Wednesday.
Whether you see your residence as a forever home, a financial investment or just a place to crash for the night, there’s no denying how much the cost of housing cuts into your available funds at the end of the month.
Few people know the range of weird requests better than chefs. Among the foolhardy things they have been asked to produce: a chicken sandwich without chicken, 9,000 peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches and a $20,000 cake “the size of a Volkswagen.”
For being the most rewarding job in the world, parenting sure is monotonous sometimes. If you’re looking to break up the daily grind, here are 20 things all parents have to do at least once — and, as an added bonus, you’ll also become the coolest parent on the block.
Here is some background information about April Fool’s Day, also known as All Fools’ Day, celebrated on April 1st every year.
Republican Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday rejected a religion bill he had said he would sign into law, reversing course after a national firestorm of criticism assailing such legislation as discriminating against gays and lesbians.
In case you didn’t already know, Las Vegas is a pretty boozy city — No. 1 of boozy cities, actually.
The Spring and Sheep mountain ranges, as well as the Strip skyline were nearly impossible to see from a distance Wednesday morning.
Seventy years ago, Anne Frank died of typhus in a Nazi concentration camp at the age of 15. But new research released by the Anne Frank House shows that Anne and her older sister, Margot Frank, died at least a month earlier than previously thought.
Newly released photos show one of Britain’s largest medieval hospital burial grounds, lying beneath a college at the University of Cambridge in southern England. Around 1,300 people are believed to have been buried on the site between the early 13th to 15th centuries.
A man recently convicted of murder overpowered an Illinois correctional officer early Wednesday morning, took his keys and uniform, then fled the jail in the officer’s vehicle, a local sheriff’s office said.
Las Vegas police investigating an alleged Nevada Assembly extortion scheme are looking for evidence that Republican political consultant Tony Dane conducted illegal wiretapping and filed false public documents.
There’s something magical about seeing our favorite fairy tales come to life on the big screen, and Disney continues to make all our cinematic dreams comes true with a slew of live-action films.
Somebody’s going to be disappointed when action is taken on Senate Bill 439, the so-called “Uber bill” that, if enacted, would enable the operation of transportation network companies in the state.
Las Vegas is vying to be an official host site for a presidential debate on the 2016 campaign trail, the Convention and Visitors Authority announced Wednesday.
Cynthia Lennon, first wife of late Beatle John Lennon, has died, her family said on Wednesday.
Blue Man Group is known for messing with their audiences, or at least confusing them, but when they teamed up with Madame Tussauds Las Vegas for an April Fool’s Day prank, they scared fans, too.
The man killed by Boulder City police during a shootout Sunday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A man charged in a northeast valley beating death should undergo a mental health evaluation, his lawyer said Wednesday.
After only a few months in Las Vegas, Karen Furlough stole at least $230,000 from Delores Hale, and possibly upward of $145,000 more, in what prosecutor J.P. Raman called a swift and extreme case of elderly exploitation.
A debate over religious freedom and gay rights was not what Indiana’s challenged gaming industry needed. The state’s 13 casinos experienced a 10 percent decline in gaming revenue in 2014 partly because of new competition.
Nevada Republicans are a lot like the Donner Party; without someone as juicy as Harry Reid to pick on, they wind up eating their own.
The High Roller — Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s observation wheel at the center of the Strip — marked its one-year anniversary Tuesday evening with company officials calling the attraction a success despite the attraction falling below the original ridership projections.
“I think we have the pieces in place to have a breakout season,” UNLV basketball coach Dave Rice says. “This is UNLV, and I believe that we need to be relevant in March, and we will be relevant in March.”
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