The Gaming Control Board reported statewide gaming win of $1.04 billion, up 12 percent over January 2016.
A man already in police custody was rebooked at the Clark County Detention Center on Monday on charges related to the April killing of a construction site security guard.
Jeff Bonar, 28, who resigned from the Flagstaff Police Department after the video went viral, faces two counts of aggravated assault when he is arraigned next week.
This colorful confection and many others are available at Perfect Scoop, 7377 S. Jones Blvd.
The Golden State Warriors say Kevin Durant will be out indefinitely after he sprained the medial collateral ligament in his left knee and bruised a bone in his leg.
California faces an estimated $50 billion price tag for roads, dams and other infrastructure threatened by floods such as the one that severely damaged Oroville Dam.
A look at the schedule and top matchups each day in early March when seven conference basketball tournaments are played at Orleans Arena, Thomas & Mack Center and T-Mobile Arena.
Ryan Zinke, a Republican congressman from Montana, was confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday to head the U.S. Department of Interior.
The Clark County School Board voted to refile its lawsuit over the district’s mandated reorganization on Wednesday in a 5-0 vote with no public discussion.
Barring anything unforeseen, the Vegas Golden Knights will officially be business in the National Hockey League as the 31st team sometime Wednesday.
The former welterweight champion will challenge Michael Bisping for the middleweight title later in 2017
Boulevard Mall has landed a Colorado call center company expected to employ about 500 people.
The popularity of low-fat diets has faded, but restricting one nutrient while increasing another is still popular in the world of weight loss. The ketogenic diet, which increases fats while reducing carbs, is the subject of a new book, “The Deliciously Keto Cookbook.”
The FBI released a statement Tuesday announcing the termination of a Las Vegas-based agent who shot at a police sergeant in Michigan in December.
Senate Bill 115 would prohibit patrons from having firearms at a public library, unless the library’s governing board grants them written permission.
A man serving a life sentence for murder in Arkansas was booked Monday into the Clark County Detention Center on an additional murder charge in a case from 1991.
Louie Anderson, a longtime Vegas headliner and recent Emmy Award-winner, is hosting a series of comedy show at The Space.
Creative director strives for rock concert feel to Backstreet’s Planet Hollywood showcase.
The Las Vegas Valley will be sunny and dry and some windy conditions are expected for the end of the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Las Vegas police are investigating after a man with gunshot wounds walked into a northwest valley hospital Tuesday evening.
Ride-hailing companies would have to verify that their drivers have state business licenses under a bill introduced Tuesday in the Nevada Senate.
It’s Day 24 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Here’s what to watch for.
Tornadoes touched down in the upper Midwest and northern Arkansas on Tuesday, killing at least two people, as a springlike storm system posed a risk to 45 million people.
Democrats and Republicans alike stood for minutes to applaud Carryn Owens, giving her the loudest cheers of the night in a rare moment of unity during President Donald Trump’s first speech to a joint session of Congress.
GameCo Inc., the maker of the world’s first video game gaming machines (VGM), has received certification from Gaming Laboratories International, opening the road to potential sales in U.S. gaming states.
The investment group seeking to build a new stadium to keep the Raiders in Oakland has submitted a formal plan to the NFL for the first time.
Friday’s Cirque du Soleil “One Night for One Drop” production at “Zumanity” Theater at New York-New York will feature a live auction of extraordinary items as part of the water charity’s fundraiser. Check out items and bid at CharityBuzz.com.
Local DREAMer Astrid Silva said Tuesday that President Donald Trump had used his first weeks in office to take the country back to some of the darkest times in its history.
UNLV president Len Jessup is searching for a new athletic director, and it will be the most important hire he makes during his time at the university.
Nevada’s fiber optic network may get another tool for expansion.
Transgender witnesses told a legislative panel Tuesday that a requirement to publish their new and original names in a newspaper as part of a legal name change exposes them to discrimination and threats.
An argument led to the Monday night shooting of a man in a downtown Las Vegas apartment community, police said.
UNLV, which closes its home schedule against Utah State on Wednesday, is working on putting together the 2017-18 schedule. Trying to balance between big-name and winnable opponents is a challenge.
President Donald Trump learned from past stumbles, stuck to the script as he addressed a joint session of Congress and spoke with precision – and optimism – as he reached beyond his right-leaning base.
Ripoff in Southern Highlands apparently occurred over the weekend and “several items of value were taken,” Metropolitan Police Department says.
As the 2014 standoff in Bunkerville escalated and authorities began to fear a gunfight, Bureau of Land Management Ranger Patrick Apley turned off his body camera.
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