Jim Murren, the CEO of MGM Resorts International, said he hopes to lure an existing NBA team to play in T-Mobile Arena in the next five years, but he offered no details.
Week 8 of the NFL season features the Jacksonville Jaguars visiting the Tennessee Titans for Thursday Night Football.
Wind and rain are in store this Halloween weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
The Nevada Supreme Court handed low-wage earners a mixed bag of wins and losses in three opinions issued Thursday interpreting the state’s minimum wage law enshrined in the constitution.
A Northern Nevada wildfire that destroyed 23 homes and 17 other structures was sparked by a prescribed burn, according to investigators.
Police are investigating a crash that killed a motorcyclist in North Las Vegas.
McCarran International notched a personal best by serving more than 4 million airline passengers for five consecutive months, the longest stretch in the airport’s history, the Clark County Department of Aviation reported Thursday.
As Henderson police tried to arrest Martin Gillen at his home in August on a charge of lewdness with a child, the registered sex offender stabbed himself in the throat, saying he did not want to return to prison, according to prosecutors.
Southern Spain will become desert and deciduous forests will vanish from much of the Mediterranean basin unless global warming is reined in sharply, according to a study released Thursday.
Law enforcement officers and soldiers, some wearing riot gear and many armed, began an operation on Thursday to remove Dakota Access pipeline protesters camped on private land in the path of the pipeline in North Dakota.
To the winner of Liberty and Basic goes the spoils, and the Southeast League title.
Twitter, seemingly unable to find a buyer and losing money, is cutting about 9 percent of its employees worldwide.
An alternate juror arrived at the federal courthouse in Portland, Oregon, allowing deliberations to resume in the trial of Ammon Bundy and six co-defendants.
Should Nevada voters legalize recreational marijuana come Nov. 8, the penalties for the drug’s average recreational user will see a massive overhaul, but in practice, policing of the drug won’t change much.
Arts Nomades is a partnership between Cirque du Soleil and the Public Education Foundation that brings Cirque performers into classrooms to give a creative spin to academics.
A woman was arrested Saturday in connection to an attempted arson at the LGBT Center in Las Vegas.
State gaming win inched upward in September as the state Gaming Control Board on Thursday reported $949 million in winnings, 3.5 percent ahead of the same month a year ago.
UNLV is tied for fourth in the nation in fewest fumbles lost this season, with only two in eight games, after losing one on a questionable call in Saturday’s game against Colorado State.
They missed family birthdays and holidays, including the Fourth of July, while they ran supplies for freedom fighters 7,800 miles from Nevada. Now they’re coming home.
Nevada students still fall below the national average in science proficiency levels, nearing the bottom of the 46-state list in the 2015 Science Assessment of the Nation’s Report Card. Yet the latest results also show an improvement in average eighth-grade scores.
A memo, made public Wednesday by WikiLeaks, lays out the aggressive strategy behind lining up the consulting contracts and paid speaking engagements for Bill Clinton that added tens of millions of dollars to the family’s fortune.
One man was taken to Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center after he was shot in the throat Thursday morning.
A woman on a sidewalk died after she was hit by a car late Wednesday night, and the driver is facing a DUI charge.
A 16-year-old male is in the hospital following a single-vehicle rollover Wednesday night.
There’s only going to be a limited run of 800 boxed copies of six classic albums by Sir Elton John for the British clothing retailer Burberry. They’ve partnered on the set of vinyl records selected by Elton consisting of six remastered albums released from 1970 and 2001 and one album previously unreleased on vinyl.
Donald Trump on Wednesday pledged what he called a “new deal for black America” as he attempted to make late inroads with a voting bloc that polling shows favors Democrat Hillary Clinton by a vast margin.
The millions of votes that have been cast point to an advantage for Hillary Clinton in critical battleground states, as well as signs of strength in traditionally Republican territory.
The traffic closures known as Car-nado are to begin at 10 p.m. Wednesday, hitting Nevada’s busiest freeway intersection with a maelstrom of construction activity, followed by detours and clogged roads in downtown Las Vegas.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors posted its first quarterly profit in three years on Wednesday, giving investors reason to cheer after months of doubt.
There was a time when political signs urging folks to vote for certain candidates not only dotted the vacant landscapes, they overwhelmed almost every foot of empty space.
The Clark County School District fired back against the hiring of a consultant to assist in the district’s reorganization, arguing that proper fiscal requirements were not followed in contracting with the TSC 2 Group.
Bill Walters, who built a Las Vegas-based sports-betting empire, wants to force prosecutors to show more of their hand before his insider-trading trial.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help to find a man who walked into a local business with a firearm and got away with an undisclosed amount of money early Monday morning.
MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren, who told the Review-Journal last week he thought Las Vegas could be home to an NBA franchise within five years, discussed the matter with KNPR-FM.
The state Gaming Control Board confirmed Wednesday that it has made inquiries about a published report that casinos operated by Las Vegas Sands Corp. allowed high-stakes Chinese players to bet millions of dollar using other people’s names.
Retiring U.S. Sen. Harry Reid expressed optimism about how Democrats will fare on Election Day, attested to the power of the Hispanic vote, and reflected on his career in public office after casting his early ballot Wednesday afternoon.
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