With nonstop service between Las Vegas and Beijing now available, many in the Chinese community are eagerly preparing for investment opportunities
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Ronnie Dunn was primed to receive some sage advice. That it arrived from Donny Osmond during the Las Vegas premiere of “Jason Bourne” at Caesars Palace was pure coincidence.
A teen was fatally shot by a smoke shop employee Friday night after he and two other youths entered the southwest valley store wearing masks, likely intending to rob the business, police said.
Temperatures are set to rise until next week, when the valley could see it’s first freezing lows of the season, according to the National Weather Service.
More than 60 firefighters worked for more than an hour Friday night to extinguish a large fire in the Las Vegas Arts District.
Arthur Harden, an 82-year-old North Las Vegas residents, was injured July 22 in a collision near Lake Mead and Jones boulevards. He died from his injuries Sept. 16, according to the Metropolitan Police Department.
A class action lawsuit filed against Republic Services on Friday claims the waste-disposal company is illegally overcharging Clark County property owners by placing multiple $60 liens on homes for overdue trash bills.
Smoke inhalation caused the death of two dogs inside a single-story Henderson home that caught fire Friday morning, fire officials said. Three people were displaced after the fire, which caused $70,000 in damage.
Treasurer Dan Schwartz responds to reassuring remarks by Sandoval, North Las Vegas major with statement calling their defense of Chinese-backed electric car project a “charade.
When Mark Miller had to suddenly take his amusement attraction out of Boulevard Mall he decided to make lemons into lemonade — or in this case, bring the attraction to the people.
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