Sure, the 310-acre resort 60 miles west of Las Vegas comes with the standard 20-something women offering the age-old allure of forbidden lust. And they do most of the work once customers get onsite.
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The Northern Arizona University shooting suspect has been charged with first-degree murder and three counts of aggravated assault, after one person was killed and three others injured Friday morning, according to the university.
A new statewide coalition has been formed to get the country's presidential candidates to focus on chronic disease as the real driver of increasing health care costs.
One person was fatally shot near Texas Southern University and a suspect has been detained, Houston police said on Friday.
Authorities have identified a woman whose body was found in a travel bag in an underground water vault in front of an east valley apartment complex late last month.
The Chinese government took unprecedented action by complying with a U.S. request and arresting hackers suspected of stealing secrets
Six workers were injured in an explosion at a Washington state dam on Thursday, officials said, though the structural integrity of the dam was not threatened.
Battle Born Media has announced the purchase of the Pacifica Tribune newspaper from Digital First Media.
Republican Party presidential front-runner Donald Trump wowed a capacity crowd Thursday at TI's Mystere Theater.
Voters can preserve the American dream, but only if they're willing to bring some new blood to the country's political establishment, Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio told a throng of receptive retirees at a Las Vegas rally Thursday night.
Sorry, U.S. airlines, when it comes to in-flight services, you're still not making the grade.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Three years after landing in a giant Martian crater, NASA's Curiosity rover has found what scientists call proof that the basin had repeatedly filled with water, bolstering chances for life on Mars, a study published on Thursday showed.
Another person has died after eating cucumbers linked to a multistate Salmonella Poona outbreak, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Three Las Vegas police unions are challenging the constitutionality of a new state law that prohibits local governments from allowing employees any paid leave to serve as representatives of labor organizations.
James R. Cooper knew that greed could catch up with him. He had seen the phantom-bet craps scam play out before. And it didn't end well.
Three former crew members of El Faro, a ship that apparently sank during Hurricane Joaquin, told CNN the ship had structural problems and questioned whether it should have sailed with a major storm in the region.
The total annual radiation dose from activities at the Nevada National Security Site in 2014 was well below the Department of Energy limit, according to a report summary released Thursday by the department's Nevada Field Office.
From an early age, we're taught that breathing is part of our autonomic nervous system, like digesting food, so unless there's a problem, it's not something we need to think about. But, unlike digestion, we actually have the ability to control our respiration — and for good reason. Arguably, the way we breathe has the power to impact every aspect of our health and wellness, from how we think and feel to how we move.
Never has Elaine Wynn, president of the Nevada State Board of Education, felt so alarmed in her job as she did after hearing details of the Clark County School District's teacher shortage.
A Las Vegas man was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison and 25 years of supervised released in connection with the sex trafficking of a 15-year-old girl.
Fighting back tears, Cindy Shroba lowered her head as she contemplated the terror endured last week at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, where a gunman stormed into a classroom and executed nine inside.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump likes to talk about how he's leading polls. He also likes to talk about how there are big crowds everywhere he goes.