The storied Riviera hotel, a fixture on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip for 60 years, closed its doors today.
Jameis Winston said he is good enough to play two sports professionally. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft will have to be content quarterbacking the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the next four or five years.
An international rights group is pressing the Paraguayan government to allow an abortion for a 10-year-old girl who allegedly was impregnated by her stepfather — a procedure that health officials in the South American country have so far blocked.
When was the last time you listened to a new song? If you’re beyond the age of 33, new research suggests that it’s probably been a long time.
If you grew up in Clark County, you’re most likely going to be better off as far as income goes compared to Nye or Mohave counties, according to a new study.
Former UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck agreed to work one day into December before stepping aside, records show. But Hauck appears to want to be paid for the entire month and told a football website “it looks like it’s going to the lawyers.”
Smith College in Northampton, Mass., a 140-year-old private women’s college, will begin accepting transgender students for the fall.
On “Star Wars Day,” fans were given a little glimpse at the new characters in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.”
Manny Pacquiao said after Saturday’s loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. that he injured his right shoulder in early April and was using an anti-inflammatory to deal with the pain. But the Nevada Athletic Commission would not allow him to get a shot before the fight, saying it had no knowledge of the injury.
Are you getting paid well for your career? If the answer is no, it might not be because of what line of work you’re in — you could be getting underpaid because of where you live.
Westbound Flamingo is down to one lane between Las Vegas Boulevard and Linq Lane after a water main break.
Citing a senior FBI official, ABC News on Monday identified one of the gunmen at Sunday’s attack at an exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad in a Dallas suburb as Elton Simpson, an Arizona man previously the target of a terror investigation.
Longtime Las Vegas Planning Commissioner and former City Council candidate Byron Goynes says he might jump right back into City Hall politics after his controversial ouster from the planning panel.
A Las Vegas woman is asking for the public’s help to locate her dog, which was inside her car when it was stolen in front of her northwest valley home Thursday.
Money is the one component that most defined the entire saga that was Floyd Mayweather Jr. against Manny Pacquiao, which the former predictably won by unanimous decision Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden.
Everyone involved in a fundraising event for an injured Las Vegas police officer at a south valley pizza restaurant woke up with butterflies in their stomachs Sunday.
Not the real one, of course — it’s cashing in its chips at noon today. But the reel Riviera — the one that’s been ready for its close-up since the hotel-casino opened on the Strip six decades ago — will live as long as Vegas movies do.
Students from Las Vegas’ Northwest Career and Technical Academy over the weekend were in the running for the U.S Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl championship in Washington, D.C.
Two men who opened fire outside a contest for Prophet Mohammed cartoons in a Dallas suburb were shot dead by police Sunday night, authorities said.
Russian ballerina Maya Plisetskaya, who was considered one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century, died on Saturday at age 89.
Seattle police had to rescue a shirtless man from a basketball hoop Friday after he somehow got caught on it upside-down.
If you’re driving to Los Angeles Sunday evening, you might want to wait or face major delays as Interstate 15 has been shut down near Barstow, Calif., the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada said.
The parents of a Pennsylvania state trooper slain by a sniper outside his barracks last fall declared their forgiveness on Sunday for the defendant, a survivalist awaiting trial on murder charges that carry a possible death sentence.
Six relatives of Henderson Mayor Andy Hafen are on the city payroll in full-time jobs, including his son, brother-in-law and two nephews.
Rock in Rio, which may be one of the coolest international music festivals ever to land in Las Vegas, is going cold turkey on cars.
“It beats me how you treat — the way you treat women!” a woman shouted at Bill Cosby 40 minutes into his performance in Atlanta on Saturday. A day earlier, two new accusers had made allegations to the press that the comedian had sexually assaulted them.
The Economic Forum has made its prediction of how much tax revenue the state can expect under existing law over the next two years. Legislative money committees are closing budgets.
MGM released an awesome timelapse video of the Grand Garden Arena during the long-awaited fight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao on Twitter Sunday.
Things could be returning to normal in Baltimore: After a night of relatively peaceful protests, the city lifted its curfew, the National Guard is preparing its exit and a mall that had been a flashpoint in the riots has been reopened.
Two men arrested by North Korea in March said in interviews with CNN that they spied for South Korea’s intelligence agency, the cable television news network reported on Sunday.
People were calling it the Perfect Storm. But if you were tuned into all of these, then you can relate to George Clooney and the crew of the Andrea Gail.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit Rancho High School on Tuesday to talk about how to fix the nation’s broken immigration system, her campaign announced Sunday.
The answer depends on where you live — and how you use it.
A man wanted for illegal gun possession was charged on Sunday with the attempted murder of a New York City plainclothes police officer who was shot in the head while pursuing the suspect in his unmarked car, authorities said
Clark County Fire Department responded to the Boulder City crash at 11:11 a.m., according to the fire alarm site.
You have no doubt heard or read about making money online with your desktop PC or laptop. You might also realize that many of these ads, whether online or tacked to a telephone pole, are bogus. However, there are legitimate websites and organizations that will pay you fairly for your work.
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