The fatal shooting of a customer at a southwest valley Starbucks on Sunday appeared to be a random act and the suspect did not know his victim, police said Tuesday.
He had everything he needed to make one of life’s biggest decisions on Tuesday night: the ring, the woman and a beautiful early autumn night at Yankee Stadium.
A black man reportedly acting erratically at a strip mall in suburban San Diego was shot and killed by police after pulling an object from his pocket, pointing it at officers and assuming a “shooting stance,” authorities said.
Jeff Guinn, a former governor’s son whose real estate lending company went bankrupt after the economy crashed, went to trial Monday with opponents claiming he ran a Ponzi scheme.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. and representatives of its largest creditor groups struck a deal to fund a reorganization of the casino giant’s bankrupt operating unit, a major step toward ending two years of rancorous court battles that embroiled the company and its controlling shareholders, Apollo Global Management LLC and TPG Capital.
This year’s Life is Beautiful festival transformed downtown Las Vegas into a three-day long celebration of music and art.
Culinary consultant Brad Barnes wants restaurateurs to remember three words: pure, experience, and transparent.
Smylie Kaufman will be back in Las Vegas from Nov. 3 to 6 to defend his Shriners Hospitals for Children Open title at TPC Summerlin after posting a final-round 61 and winning by one shot last year.
Washoe County commissioners Tuesday appointed three people to temporarily fill vacancies in the Nevada Legislature in anticipation of a special session to consider financing for a $1.9 billion football stadium and $1.4 billion convention center expansion in Las Vegas.
Products to touch and feel. Celebrity appearances. Music — in one case a DJ. And plenty of swag. All could be found Tuesday at Global Gaming Expo, the gaming industry’s top trade show.
Gaming leaders aren’t expecting the results of November’s election to have much effect on the industry, but a panel appearing at the Global Gaming Expo Tuesday said a big takeaway from the presidential vote would be that the winner will be making some key appointments.
UNITE HERE, parent union of the Culinary Workers Union, cites unwillingness of Trump hotel in Las Vegas to negotiate a contract with workers.
Shimon Peres, a former Israeli president and prime minister, whose life story mirrored that of the Jewish state and who was celebrated around the world as a Nobel prize-winning visionary who pushed his country toward peace, died early Wednesday, a person close to him confirmed. Peres was 93.
Selena Gomez isn’t keeping her Instagram account to herself. The pop star has become the most followed celebrity on the popular photo sharing site.
Facing serious back problems, Cliven Bundy’s lawyer is trying to withdraw from the Bunkerville standoff case.
The father of a Muslim boy arrested after taking a homemade clock to his Dallas-area school has sued conservative commentator Glenn Beck and a Texas mayor alleging they falsely portrayed the family as terrorists.
The Mojave Desert four hours southwest of Las Vegas is a dry, lifeless, unforgiving wasteland that most of civilized society does its best to avoid. It’s also what made it the perfect spot for the seventh annual Wasteland Weekend.
The first headliner at Park Theater, Stevie Nicks has sold more than 140 million albums through her career.
If stars do red carpets at nightclubs and restaurant events, why couldn’t the next place red carpets roll out regularly be casino floor slot machines?
North Las Vegas city officials approved a 10-year contract in January with Elite Media to install the double-sided message board at Craig Ranch Regional Park. In exchange, the city will receive 25 percent of the net revenue collected for advertisements appearing on the sign.
Families and public schools in Nevada this week finally should receive the scores of new Common Core tests that more than 200,000 third- through eighth-grade students completed last spring.
UNLV quarterback Johnny Stanton will miss at least three to four weeks with a knee injury suffered in Saturday’s 33-30 overtime loss to Idaho at Sam Boyd Stadium.
The AFL-CIO is launching a campaign blitz this week targeting Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and GOP Rep. Joe Heck, running for Nevada’s open U.S. Senate seat.
Add Michael Phelps’ name to the list of Americans who were less than amused by teammate Ryan Lochte’s post-competition, early morning drunken antics at the Rio Olympics.
But when it comes to who won on Google, Clinton surged past Trump during Monday night’s debate at Hofstra University in New York.
It wasn’t a political issue within the walls of the Global Gaming Expo, but just outside the Sands Exposition Center, a group of protesters were attempting to raise awareness to a longtime casino concern: second-hand smoking.
In a statement, Metropolitan Police Department said that at 12:25 p.m. Tuesday, it received a report that a stabbed person had been dropped off at MountanView Hospital without explanation.
Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is still on hiatus and dominant striker Cris “Cyborg” Justino insists she will never be able to cut down to 135 pounds.
Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was a patron at a Miami River bar and restaurant the same night he and two friends were killed in a boat crash, a spokeswoman for the establishment confirmed Tuesday.
Early Nielsen numbers show Monday night’s presidential debate on track for a big total audience.
Senate Democrats on Tuesday promised to block must-do legislation to prevent the government from shutting down Friday at midnight, to battle the Zika virus and to help flood-ravaged Louisiana rebuild.
More than one-third of calls to a suicide hotline for troubled veterans are not being answered by front-line staffers because of poor work habits and other problems at the Department of Veterans Affairs, according to the hotline’s former director.
The third typhoon to hit Taiwan this month killed at least four people and injured hundreds on Tuesday, knocking down trees and cutting power to millions.
The Las Vegas valley will have cloudy skies and could see rain showers this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Inside jobs, chip grab-and-runs and craps cheats are the largest ongoing headaches for casinos and casino regulators. And it’s the most basic scams that can be hardest to catch.
The Nevada Taxpayers Association and Nevadans for the Common Good on Monday declared their opposition to a proposed $1.9 billion domed football stadium in Las Vegas, the first signs of organized public opposition to a project that will be considered by lawmakers next month.
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