Caesars Entertainment Corp. said Tuesday its bankrupt operating division turned a profit of $29.1 million in July, according to a securities filing.
Los Angeles was selected on Tuesday as the American candidate city that will bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics after Boston pulled out of the race in July, the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) said.
Clark County commissioners voted 6-1 Tuesday to enact a More Cops sales tax increase, putting into motion a plan that will bolster the ranks of officers on the streets.
A Kentucky county clerk, defying a new U.S. Supreme Court decision and citing "God's authority," rejected requests for marriage licenses from same-sex couples on Tuesday in a deepening legal standoff now two months old
Southbound Las Vegas Boulevard South has reopened just south of the intersection of Silverado Ranch Boulevard after a crash Tuesday morning, Las Vegas police said.
Rookies and mistakes are as intertwined as New York and pizza. New York Jets rookie quarterback Bryce Petty learned that the hard way recently.
Police in suburbs north of Chicago are searching woods and nearby swampy areas for three armed suspects after a police officer was shot on Tuesday in the village of Fox Lake, a local law enforcement official said.
A judge has sentenced former Provo, Utah high school teacher and athletic trainer Donald Bills to prison for sexually abusing a teenage girl.
September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, and here are a dozen places to celebrate, with special cocktails (and some dishes), many of which are available only this month.
Pope Francis rocked the Catholic world — again — on Tuesday by announcing that women who have had an abortion are not automatically excommunicated but can seek forgiveness from priests during the church's upcoming "Year of Mercy."
Police say a 22-year-old Avondale mother confessed to deliberately drowning her twin sons in a bathtub Sunday because nobody loved them or her.
More than a century after first-class passengers aboard the ill-fated Titanic ate grilled mutton chops and custard pudding in an elaborate dining room, the ship's last luncheon menu is expected to fetch up to $70,000 in an online auction, a curator said on Monday.
The former director of the foundation of former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle will file a guilty plea on Tuesday in the child pornography case against him, Taylor's attorney said.
A 26-second video shot by a Peoria, Ariz., woman is getting a lot of attention because it shows a Peoria police officer can be seen hitting his K-9 partner.
The EPA has validated Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt's decision to sue the agency over its never-ending pursuit of expanded power at the expense of states and private property rights.
President Barack Obama on Monday will officially restore Denali as the name of North America's tallest mountain, siding with the state of Alaska in ending a 40-year battle over what to call a peak that has been known as Mount McKinley.
The sand might hurt your feet after you jump to spike the volleyball and land on the ground. Or it may cut your legs, feet or toes while you're sprinting to hit the ball. Even if you aren't hurt, Clark County's gritty new sand simply doesn't feel very nice compared to the old soft sand.
A Pahrump woman serving 10 to 25 years in prison for second-degree murder died Sunday at a Las Vegas hospital, the corrections department announced Monday.
Another prominent health care organization is planting its flag in Southern Nevada. Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada and the University of Southern California Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center announced a partnership Tuesday.
Carved from limestone by the Logan River and its many tributaries, beautiful Logan Canyon in northeastern Utah provides access to the forested heights of the Wasatch-Cache National Forest east of the city of Logan.
A hired consultant has cleared Nevada higher education Chancellor Dan Klaich of any wrongdoing in his handling of a report critical of his agency.
Dennis L. Schumacher, a former Army private who was one of the original volunteers for "Darby's Rangers" of World War II fame, was buried Monday at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City. He died Aug. 9 at age 93.
Maurice Iorio traveled from Las Vegas to Chicago in the summer of 2013 for what was considered a procedure of last resort: surgery to remove his bladder.
MMountainView Hospital on Monday announced a $90 million expansion project. The work will include the addition of 64 beds, the expansion of women's services, the upgrade of the neonatal intensive care unit, the expansion of the emergency department and a new medical office building.
Last year, at the age of 3, Sawyer Dunlap could say only a few words. He was diagnosed with dyspraxia, a neurological disorder that often affects speech and can impair motor skills, memory and other cognitive abilities for life.
Bishop Gorman's football team moved to No. 1 in in USA Today's national football rankings, which were released Monday.
A lawsuit was filed late Monday seeking to block a referendum to put a $1.4 billion tax package approved by the Legislature to a public vote.
A 20-year-old woman from Australia climbed a wall to cross Flamingo Road at the Strip when she was struck by a car early Monday, according to Las Vegas police.
Thunderstorms aren't very common in the Las Vegas Valley, but on the Strip they're about to become a regular occurrence — every 22 minutes, rain or shine.
Somebody has shot four moving vehicles on I-10 in Phoenix in the last three days, Arizona Department of Public Safety Director Frank Milstead said Monday.
Shauna Tiaffay spoke to her husband for three minutes the night before she died. George Tiaffay hung up with his wife and, within a minute, dialed the number of a homeless man who said he was hired to kill the 46-year-old Palms waitress.
A Bay Area man who found a $20 bill on a street outside San Francisco International Airport used it to play the California lottery and won $1 million, a lottery spokesman said Monday.
Traffic is flowing again on southbound Interstate 15 after a crash involving at least three vehicles near the Tropicana Avenue exit closed two lanes, traffic cameras show.
Metro on Monday identified the officer who shot and killed a man police said was armed during a weekend foot chase.
Two men who were pulled from an outdoor canal last week at The Venetian are out of the hospital, according to a University Medical Center spokeswoman.
The night after Kanye West claimed at MTV's Video Music Awards that he's running for president in 2020, the "Ready for Kanye" committee was filed with the Federal Election Commission. But he's not the first "oddball" candidate.
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