In a federal lawsuit filed last week, a woman claimed Las Vegas police used excessive force and targeted her when she was arrested at a Black Lives Matter protest in July 2020.
Cable Center Shops, Hawaiian Marketplace and a 1960s-era Travelodge motel have closed their doors.
Las Vegas house prices drop for first time in over two years as sales keep falling.
The popularity of YouTuber Brian Christopher’s channel, Brian Christopher Slots, has found its way into the real world as his likeness pops up in slot rooms and on slot machines.
Las Vegas officials cited dozens of people for illegal fireworks over the holiday weekend in a sharp increase compared to last year.
On this day in 1992, the Review-Journal celebrated Las Vegas native Andre Agassi’s first major tennis title.
Former President Donald Trump will speak at a rally featuring U.S. Senate candidate Adam Laxalt and gubernatorial nominee Joe Lombardo on Friday at the Treasure Island.
Brandi Brown, 49, was shot in the 4200 block of Cicada Way on June 14.
Prosecutors on Tuesday filed charges against the man suspected of firing upon crowds gathered for a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park on Monday morning, killing at least seven people and injuring more than 30.
Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are the gold rush of the early 2020s. The way the sector exploded, and the amount of attention it got from people, including celebrities looking for their next venture, was unlike anything the world had ever seen. Even cryptocurrencies took more time to get the momentum that NFTs seemed to get overnight. […]
A fireworks display lit up Green Valley Ranch in Henderson on Monday as part of the valley’s July Fourth celebrations.
Hank Goldberg, a longtime horse racing analyst and NFL reporter and prognosticator for ESPN, died on his birthday Monday in Las Vegas, where he had lived since 2018. He was 82.
Heat-related fatalities have jumped since 2010, increasing more than fivefold. Many were homeless, Clark County data showed and meth use contributed to deaths in 2021.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.