Caesars Entertainment began charging customers for self-parking at its Linq Hotel last week and will begin charging at Caesars Palace on Monday and at Planet Hollywood and Bally’s on April 6, a company spokesman said.
Disney’s animated phenomenon, “Frozen,” may not have been a heartwarming tale of sisterly love if its creators stuck to the film’s original planned ending.
The body of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader, was released to the North on Thursday, more than a month after his murder at Kuala Lumpur’s airport.
Lamar Odom says he’s “a walking miracle” after being found unconscious with cocaine in his system in a Nevada brothel in 2015.
A free app for smartphones and computer tablets was unveiled this week to help drivers navigate the Project Neon construction zone in downtown Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said Wednesday.
Tickets during the main sale for this year’s Burning Man festival have sold out, with 30,000 tickets gone in about a half-hour.
Volkswagen AG said Thursday it has agreed to settle environmental claims from 10 U.S. states over its excess diesel emissions for $157.45 million as the world’s largest automaker looks to move past the scandal.
The National Weather Service has issued a high-wind warning for Thursday in the Las Vegas Valley.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval on Wednesday hinted at using legal action as he continues fighting against potential storage of nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain.
Starting Saturday, visitors will have an extra hour to enjoy the scenic loop at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
It’s Day 53 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Here’s what to watch for.
The unofficial odds on where the Raiders could end up playing in 2019 (or sooner) while waiting for their new $1.9 billion stadium to be built in Las Vegas.
A federal judge in Hawaii decided Wednesday to extend his order blocking President Donald Trump’s travel ban, preventing the government from suspending new visas for people from six Muslim-majority countries and halting the U.S. refugee program.
UNLV’s basketball team granted releases to guards Jalen Poyser and Zion Morgan and forward Troy Baxter Jr. Their departures open two scholarship spots.
Las Vegas police were called about 8:45 p.m. to 4656 Van Buren Ave., near Owens Avenue and Lamb Boulevard, where a man who had been shot in the head was found dead.
The Yelp contributor didn’t mince words: “Face it, the food sucks, but that’s why tailgating is key before every game.”
Day three of the annual convention of the National Association of Theater Owners served as a celebration of girl power.
Days after being introduced, the bill that would enshrine the regulation governing the Clark County School District reorganization into law earned support from both the state Senate and Education committee members.
Members of the Assembly Judiciary Committee listened to more than three hours of testimony on Wednesday about Assembly Bill 237, which would abolish the death penalty in Nevada.
Three Las Vegas middle school students reported being inappropriately touched and harassed by their math teacher starting as early as August, according to a police report.
The National Park Service is seeking help from the public to solve the recent theft of fossilized animal tracks from Death Valley National Park.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. and Gamblit Gaming on Thursday announced their first skill-based gaming experience in Las Vegas has debuted at Planet Hollywood for its initial field trial phase.
Only a woman of genuine modesty would be asked to speak about women who made a difference in the arts in Nevada and fail to mention herself. Angie Wallin is that woman.
The accountancy firm behind the biggest blunder in Oscar history is staying in the picture.
Four measures aimed at implementing reforms to Nevada’s problem-plagued guardianship programs are intended to clarify “who is watching the guardians,” a Senate panel was told Wednesday.
A 25-year-old Indonesian man has been swallowed whole by a python on the island of Sulawesi, villagers and news reports said.
Clark and Washoe counties may have voting centers for all elections, allowing any person eligible to vote to cast a ballot on Election Day.
Nevada students would be required to take an ethnic and diversity studies program in high school under a measure introduced Tuesday.
A proposal to allow eligible Nevada rooftop solar customers additional time to opt-in to grandfathered net metering rules and rates was approved Wednesday by the Public Utilities Commission.
Ivanka Trump is officially joining her father’s administration as an unpaid employee, after her plans to serve in a more informal capacity were questioned by ethics experts.
Companies looking to cash in on Nevada’s recreational marijuana market are in a race to get up and running or risk missing out on months of legal sales.
A small shuttle bus carrying Texas church members home from a retreat collided head-on with a pickup truck, killing 13 people and injuring two others Wednesday on a two-lane highway in southwestern Texas, officials said.
Ford is recalling more than 570,000 vehicles in North America and Europe to fix separate problems that can cause engine fires and doors to fly open unexpectedly.
Two Houston men have been arrested in connection with five incidents in a trending crime police are calling “jugging.” The crime involves suspects stalking victims from banks and businesses who have bank bags or envelopes. Police said the crime is named after the nickname for a bank bag.
P.J. Washington will be concluding his decorated, three-year Findlay Prep career this week following the Dick’s High School Nationals tournament in New York City.
After spending more than six decades watching over downtown Las Vegas, the iconic Blue Angel statue is getting some restoration and relaxation.
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