Clark County cleared the way for a guitar-shaped hotel tower to be developed at The Mirage, a project that would spell the end of the resort’s iconic volcano attraction.
The Athletics don’t belong in Las Vegas. They belong in Oakland, a historical hub of blue-collar sporting culture.
There were also several winners recently across the Las Vegas Valley.
A Las Vegas judge on Wednesday stood by his previous decision to recuse himself from presiding over former Raiders player Henry Ruggs’ fatal DUI case.
Lawmakers called on the CCCSD police to alter its use of force procedures following an altercation between a student and police officer last month.
Here’s some rules and advice to keep in mind as you attend Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour concert at Allegiant Stadium this weekend.
A petition filed Monday by New Orleans Saints running back Alvin Kamara’s defense attorneys also outlines Kamara’s perspective of what led to the confrontation last year at The Cromwell.
A Las Vegas man was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for a fatal triple shooting in 2017 following a dominoes game.
The company building the $2.2 billion, 17,500-seat performance venue is looking to hire up to 3,000 people.
Former Raiders tight end Foster Moreau said Wednesday he is stepping away from football after being diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma.
As Los Angeles Unified School District teachers strike, some might be wondering: Why can’t Nevada public school teachers do the same?
The shirtless celebrations of Eric Musselman are just fine with his Arkansas players, who will take the floor against Connecticut on Thursday in the Sweet 16 at T-Mobile Arena.
The housing market started the year on a slow note, and though mortgage rates have been volatile lately, buyers have been returning.
The Department of Corrections may soon be required to develop standards for the supervision and care of transgender inmates under a bill heard by lawmakers Tuesday.
The West Charleston Library recently shelved its water-intensive evaporative cooler for a new, highly efficient air-cooled system. Evaporative cooling systems are the second largest consumer of Southern Nevada’s water supply and are often used to cool large indoor spaces. By replacing the old chiller that consumed large volumes of water to cool its West Charleston […]
Zai on East Fremont Street is a project of longtime Vegas chef Noé Alcalá, who opened the original in Mexico.
Christopher McCary, 20, was found shot six times and stabbed three times inside an apartment on H Street.
Chef Nicole Brisson and a new operations director lead changes at Brezza and Bar Zazu in Resorts World on the Las Vegas Strip.
A live look at the Tropicana/I-15 project and surrounding traffic.