A politically connected public relations firm has been tied to the corruption investigation of Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.
Stuckey Elementary, only six years after making its debut in southwest Las Vegas, already has earned a spot on the nation’s elite list of Blue Ribbon Schools.
Casino operators and gaming suppliers are racing to innovate to take advantage of new global growth opportunities.
They were musical orphans, in a way, a band without a home. At least that’s what The Killers sounded like, until 2006 when they made a record as evocative of Las Vegas as the empty pockets of a homeward-bound tourist.
Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo boarded a plane for Charlotte, North Carolina last week for a law enforcement leadership seminar planned months ago, but in the hours after he landed, the city ignited in protests, rioting and tear gas after the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, 43.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. this month announced $320,000 in grants to help the homeless in the Las Vegas area.
Home prices are rising faster nationally than in Las Vegas, but wages have inched higher locally and outpaced a slight U.S. dip.
Boyd Gaming has completed the $380 million acquisition of the Aliante Casino, Hotel and Spa in North Las Vegas and has begun selling rooms on the company’s website.
Henderson resident Sam Schmidt regained control of his passion with a powerful puff that left spectators in the dust Wednesday.
After only a year of service, Ann Wilkinson will resign Friday as chairwoman of the Nevada Transportation Authority, the agency that regulates ride-sharing companies, taxicabs and limos across the state.
Progress can be defined countless ways, and this includes how many reacted across social media to the Rebels falling as a two-touchdown favorite at home to a team destined for the Football Championship Subdivision level.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect and two persons of interest in connection with a shooting that occurred Sunday in the west valley.
The Nevada Department of Transportation has received another $20 million in federal highway funds to help pay for several projects statewide, including the $1 billion widening of the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in downtown Las Vegas known as Project Neon.
A woman was killed Saturday in a Pahrump crash that authorities are blaming on impaired driving, the Nevada Highway Patrol announced Wednesday.
With Lexington Thomas leading the way with 453 rushing yards and six touchdowns, the Rebels have the nation’s 14th-ranked rushing offense at 250.3 yards per game.
A 15-megawatt community solar project that went online Wednesday just north of Pahrump will produce enough power for 2,500 houses at full output, according to a news release from Valley Electric Association, Inc.
A new Nevadans for Background Checks ad is hoping to gather support for Question 1 among the state’s Hispanic voters.
Sprint Cup driver and Las Vegas native Kyle Busch presents President Obama with one of his racing helmets as he and Joe Gibbs Racing team are honored at ceremony.
A man killed in a Sunday morning shooting in western Arizona has been identified as 49-year-old Kenneth Ranes.
J.C. Penney Co. plans to hire 600 seasonal associates in the Las Vegas area for the holidays.
Prosecutors have rested their case against Ammon Bundy and six co-defendants who occupied a national wildlife refuge in southeast Oregon.
Tim Tebow hit a home run on the first pitch of his first organized game since his junior year of high school on Wednesday in his first at-bat with the New York Mets’ instructional league team.
The Clark County district attorney’s office has preliminarily ruled the December officer-involved shooting death of Brenda Kimberling justified.
Nevada judges and top court officials are hitting the airwaves and social media in an effort to encourage people to serve on juries.
A bride and groom got a surprise celebrity attendee at their wedding photo shoot when Hollywood star Tom Hanks stopped by as they were having their photos taken at New York’s Central Park.
Wildlife officials say the same conditions that kept bears at bay in the summer will likely draw them to western Nevada cities this fall.
Rainy weather and temperatures in the high 80s are forecasted for the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday.
In the upcoming episode — entitled “A Stereotypical Day” — parents Cameron “Cam” (Eric Stonestreet) and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) permit their daughter Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) to have her transgender friend Tom over for a play-date.
With her children and grandchildren grown, Barbara Hadzoglon calls her 10-pound pooch, Nickolina, her baby, so finding a way to rid her Sun City Summerlin retirement community of coyotes has become a pet project.
Twitter opened up Moments Wednesday, allowing all of its users to create and share collections of tweets that are presented as slide shows within the Twitter app.
BlackBerry plans to stop making its signature smartphones internally, signaling a strategic shift for a company that built its reputation on innovative smartphone technology.
Two empty lots in Reno could soon be home to an art installation courtesy of Burning Man 2016.
Toys”R”Us will open a new outlet store Saturday at the Las Vegas North Premium Oulet Malls at 875 S. Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas.
Pete Rose, who lives in Las Vegas, has appealed directly to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in an effort to restore his eligibility to be elected.
Redshirt freshman Dalton Sneed is in as the starter, junior returnee Kurt Palandech will have to prove himself off the bench for the second consecutive season, and Armani Rogers has an outside shot at playing as a true freshman.
From California, with its counterculture heritage, to the fishing ports and mill towns of Maine, millions of Americans in nine states have a chance to vote Nov. 8 on expanding legal access to marijuana.
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