Gov. Joe Lombardo signed two bills related to funding for K-12 education and authorizing spending by state agencies.
David Robins is the Las Vegas culinary director for the famed chef, who is a partner in the new place inspired by San Francisco, France and Italy.
Of the 176 licensed employees listed as leaving the district in the May report, more than 60 are special education teachers.
A downtown eatery that specialized in doughnuts from the norm to the eclectic has closed its doors after seven years.
May went without a 100-degree day at the Las Vegas airport and it may be a week or longer before triple digits hit.
Las Vegas businessman Michael Borden claims that Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner misled him on his ability to repay million in loans, according to a recent court filing.
The majority of tickets being purchased for Game 1 and 2 at T-Mobile Arena on TickPick are coming from Panthers fans.
In March, Golden Entertainment Inc. introduced paid parking at its parking garage adjacent to The Strat.
The six-figure win was one of several recent jackpots across the Las Vegas Valley.
The average daily room rate fell 3.3 percent to $171.05 a night, in part because of the high bar set in April 2022 when Las Vegas hosted the NFL draft.
If Jimmy Garoppolo fails his physical, the Raiders’ options at quarterback are limited. Here’s a look at moves they could make.
A Las Vegas judge scheduled a sentencing hearing for a woman who has been arrested on suspicion of DUI seven times in Clark County.
With mortgage rates at their highest level since mid-March, new-home builders in Las Vegas are employing a long-used tactic to help keep sales flowing.
The demolition of the Tropicana hotel on the Strip would delay the completion of the A’s ballpark.
It’s that time of year when people begin packing their spring/winter clothes and unpacking their summer clothes. This is also the period when people must decide how they intend to stay cool. Air conditioners are usually the go-to answer for some people, but fans have always been an alternative for many others on a tight […]
The Golden Knights are in the Stanley Cup Final — and they would love for fans to dress for the part.
Famed chefs, stunning architecture and global cooking star at the hall, part of the $850 million UnCommons development in southwest Las Vegas.
The lawmakers discussed a plan that would bridge protections for the Colorado River’s water reserves.
The Southern Nevada Health District is calling attention to xylazine, an animal tranquilizer being increasingly linked to overdose deaths around the country.