Helldorado Days, Las Vegas’ longest- running civic event, announced Tuesday that its 2014 festivities will take place May 15-18 at a new location near The Smith Center, on Symphony Park Avenue and Grand Central Parkway.
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Hope you pulled out your jackets and scarves in anticipation of the cold front that blew through the valley Tuesday evening because it left chilly temperatures and wet streets behind. But just wait.
The largest private school in the Las Vegas Valley will celebrate the groundbreaking of an $8.75 million athletic complex project today.
Congressional candidate Erin Bilbray on Wednesday slammed Rep. Joe Heck, telling a Hispanic group he’s only pretending to support comprehensive immigration reform.
A 71-year-old man who robbed three banks to pay his bills was arrested in northwestern Arizona on Tuesday. Robert Wallace told Kingman police he used the money to cover bills and pay down debt.
The Nevada Supreme Court is calling the “F” grade that a watchdog group gave the state in a nationwide survey of judicial financial disclosures “unfortunate” and “misleading.”
Attorneys for the Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission rested their case Wednesday against suspended Family Court Judge Steven Jones, and the commission denied a motion by the judge’s lead lawyer to dismiss two key counts.
U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei of Nevada won appointment Wednesday to the House Appropriations Committee, a panel that has a voice over how billions of dollars are spent among government agencies.
Federal authorities announced the arrest Wednesday of a fugitive they say is linked to a racketeering and organized crime trial that continues this week in Las Vegas.
Clark County public schools may be struggling according to almost every assessment, but they have a “chance to break through,” according to U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, who visited the nation’s fifth-largest school district for the first time in more than two years on Wednesday.