The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National Park.
Las Vegas police have arrested a 38-year-old man in connection with the fatal beating of another man on Friday in the southwest valley.
Perhaps more amazing than owners voting 31-1 on Monday in favor of allowing relocation for owner Mark Davis and his Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas was that gambling was barely mentioned before ballots were cast.
Nearly 20,000 voters cast ballots during the first 10 days of early voting in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Boulder City municipal elections, a tiny percentage of eligible voters.
Clark County Commission chairman Steve Sisolak said Tuesday that the Oakland Raiders’ “premier site” to build a new NFL stadium remains a 63-acre property at Russell Road and Dean Martin Drive.
Assembly Bill 293 would allow each political party to have a presidential preference primary instead of a caucus. The move could reshape how Nevada voters help pick the Republican and Democratic nominees for president.
There isn’t a head coach in NFL history who will have faced such a relocation challenge over the extended period of time Jack Del Rio and the Raiders now inherit.
Popular steakhouse Smith & Wollensky will close its Las Vegas Boulevard location, just north of MGM Grand, in early June. The popular chain is not leaving town, however. The closing will precede a move to a new space.
Las Vegas eventually will get in line to host a Super Bowl, but it will not happen in 2022, the next available date for the championship game, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told the Review-Journal on Tuesday.
A West Career and Technical Academy student was arrested Tuesday morning after bringing a BB gun to school.
Hakkasan Group is generating $500 million in revenue from its night club and restaurant venues as its sets to boost its global party and dining presence by half over the next 36 months, CEO Neil Moffitt told a conference Tuesday.
Southern Nevada’s taxicab companies and their regulators are examining “parallel routes” along Frank Sinatra Drive, Koval Lane and Interstate 15 that cabbies could use when Las Vegas Boulevard is congested.
Nevada counties would designate a sheriff’s office or police station as a safe zone for buyers and sellers of e-commerce to meet and complete transactions, providing a degree of safety under a bill heard Tuesday by an Assembly committee.
Rich Rosen presides over one of the country’s largest record collections. Sometimes, he gets a little testy.
A pedestrian died Tuesday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle near downtown Las Vegas.
Two weeks ago Derek Bernath, who has obvious cognitive deficits, was playing a game of Marco Polo in a condominium pool with people he thought were his friends. As it turned out, they stole his phone.
Charles Stango, 73, gets 10 years behind bars for using a telephone to plan the murder, which was never carried out.
Las Vegas police are investigating a critical-injury crash involving a juvenile Tuesday afternoon.
Gregory Beasley, 57, was arrested at his home Monday without incident, Clark County School District police said. As of Monday afternoon, he was being held at the Clark County Detention Center.
Samsung’s fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 phone might come back as refurbished or rental phones.
Nevada state Sens. Patricia Farley and Mo Denis are asking the Las Vegas City Council to delay action on an agreement with waste hauler Republic Services.
For the wild-and-wacky producer The Gazillionaire, it was a drop in the bucket despite shelling out more than $10 million for a helicopter to attend the premiere of his West Coast edition of “Absinthe.”
Liquor wholesalers were slated to cash in on Nevada’s new legal marijuana market. But those companies seem spooked about jumping on the cannabis train.
A confluence of factors has led to the growing mainstream acceptance of legal sports betting, from expanding national media coverage to NBA commissioner Adam Silver emerging as a vocal proponent.
Declaring “the start of a new era” in energy production, President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that he said would revive the coal industry and create jobs.
Las Vegas Events President Pat Christenson talks of “a big hole,” that has prevented the city from enticing top sport and entertainment event. Now, he says, “That hole has been filled.”
A mobile home fire warranted response from three Las Vegas Valley fire departments Tuesday morning.
The declaration extension gives state, tribal, eligible local governments and some nonprofits more time to apply for federal funds for emergency work, replacement and repairs.
A mother of five who was wounded in the Cincinnati nightclub shooting described a chaotic scene and said that all she could think about was her children.
Volunteers gathered on a ranch north of Beatty to plant flowering plants on 4 acres owned by the Nature Conservancy, part of a plan to help monarch butterflies complete their epic migrations.
Southern Nevada visitation numbers and state and county gaming win in February were down from a year ago, mostly because of a lack of a Feb. 29. February 2016 had one more day than last month because of Leap Year.
Southern Nevada marijuana lounges could end up looking like nightclub bottle service or maybe your corner bar.
Spring winds are expected to continue through the weekend with Thursday being the windiest, according to the National Weather Service.
Las Vegas has been awarded an NFL franchise in the Raiders and done so in overwhelming fashion, as owners voted 31-1 on Monday to allow Mark Davis to move his team from Oakland.
A bipartisan bill was filed by House lawmakers that would increase penalties and provide $20 million for the Department of Homeland Security to secure faith-based community centers.
A large fire consumed an entire apartment building in the northwestern valley, leaving over 40 people displaced and causing $1 million in damages.
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