After a sharp slowdown in 2022, Southern Nevada’s housing market started the new year still trekking down the same path.
Las Vegas homebuilders ended 2022 with sharp drops in sales and construction plans from year-earlier levels, capping a dramatic change for the once-heated market.
A North Las Vegas courtroom was packed with supporters and alleged victims of a former actor accused of operating a cult and sexually abusing women and girls.
An NFL running back found a way to outearn the Pro Bowlers this weekend in Las Vegas.
Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams said it would be a “dream scenario” to play with Aaron Rodgers again, and a trade to Las Vegas isn’t out of the question.
Golden Knights left wing William Carrier is a skilled repairman, an expert fisherman and so much more. Teammate Keegan Kolesar calls him the “most interesting man in the world.”
Across the retail landscape, businesses have been putting items under lock and key as a quick way to stop thieves.
Someone in Washington state overcame steep odds Monday night to win an estimated $747 million Powerball jackpot.
The Nevada Legislature began its 82nd regular session with lawmakers taking the oath of office. Also on the agenda: voting for officers and introducing bills.
The Clark County Education Association laid out its plan to create a homegrown teacher pipeline and improve school safety as Nevada’s 82nd regular legislative session kicked off on Monday.
The Nevada Interscholastic Realignment Committee, consisting of 10 principals and athletic administators, instead approved a different proposal by a unanimous vote of 10-0.
A man who was shot in North Las Vegas on Monday afternoon was hospitalized while police were also investigating a house several miles away.
Under the order, the state’s 17 public schools and its charter school authority must submit their third-party audits from last year to the Governor’s Finance Office for review by March 1.
Court records indicate Robert Telles now wants to represent himself against a murder charge in the killing of Review-Journal investigative reporter Jeff German.
DNA evidence has identified Eddie George Snowden Jr., who died in February 2017 of natural causes, as the perpetrator in the strangulation deaths of two women nearly 30 years ago.
Augusta Precious Metals review as a gold and silver company that has been leading the industry for over a decade.
As Las Vegas prepares for major citywide sporting events over the next decade, Tim Keener said Las Vegas Events is prepared for the new tournaments it can now bid on.
Consultants, government agencies and transportation stakeholders are at the table to solve the problem of airport capacity at Harry Reid International Airport.
The renowned chef’s Caesars Palace restaurant marked its fifth anniversary and 2 millionth customer; plus a Formula One pop-up is in the works.
A live look at the Tropicana/I-15 project and surrounding traffic.