A large portion of North Las Vegas homeowners are considered “house poor,” according to a new report.
Schools Over Stadiums said it is being sued over a referendum petition to stop public funds from going toward an Oakland A’s ballpark.
When the doors open for the Sphere’s inaugural events — U2’s residency and “Postcard from Earth” by Darren Aronofsky — bring plenty of money for parking.
Officials cited an “imminent health hazard” in closing the Treasure Island restaurant with one of the best Strip views of the Formula One Grand Prix.
Doggie Paddle & Play Day, “Black Panther in Concert,” and a celebration of noir films and classic cocktails lead this week’s lineup.
The fire started around 7 p.m. near Sierra Vista Drive and South Maryland Parkway.
Wahlberg made a couple million on his townhouse sale and still has a myriad of interests in Las Vegas.
Several features on the MGM Rewards app remain inaccessible to customers more than two weeks after a cyberattack on MGM Resorts International led to nationwide shutdowns of several of its computer systems.
The Golden Knights might have an opening on their blue line with defenseman Zach Whitecloud nursing an upper-body injury.
The pair was arrested on suspicion of allegedly trying to get away with Versace, Ferragamo items from Saks Fifth Avenue.
Las Vegas real estate experts say high inflation and mortgage rates coupled with a lack of supply of houses could make the market a key issue for politicians in 2024.
Matthew Mannix pleaded guilty last month to two property crimes in connection with a police standoff in July on the Las Vegas Strip.
Anita Wood, a veteran public servant who formerly served as deputy mayor for North Las Vegas, died Saturday at 59, the city announced Thursday.
For Stirling Cooper, a successful entrepreneur and bedroom performance coach, maintaining a work-life balance and a strong presence within the entrepreneurial ecosystem has been crucial to his success. When it comes to work-life balance, Cooper has an unconventional approach. He favors long periods of intense focus and work on building his business, interspersed with sporadic […]
Police have released 911 calls that detailed the morning two teenagers are accused of speeding through northwest Las Vegas, mowing down a retired police chief on a bicycle before fleeing the scene.
“Atomic City,” U2’s ode-to-Vegas punk anthem, will be in the set list at The Sphere.
An investigation into the death of 16-year-old Angel Naranjo is still open, Kevin McMahill said.
She was on her way to an iHeartRadio Festival sound check at T-Mobile Arena when she heard someone “killing some Tina Turner.”