The Clark County coroner’s office has release the identity of the third death of the UNLV shooting on Wednesday.
The three people killed in the shooting at UNLV’s Lee Business School, as well as a fourth victim who was seriously injured, were professors at the university.
UNLV announced Friday that it has made changes to its operations for the rest of the calendar year in response to the shooting that killed three professors.
President Joe Biden officially announced $3 billion in federal funding for Brightline West’s $12 billion high-speed rail system today in Las Vegas.
A memorial service honoring one of two Nevada Highway Patrol troopers killed by a hit-and-run driver on Interstate 15 was held Friday in Henderson.
A pilot program for a new self-screening system is coming to Harry Reid International Airport in January.
Las Vegas sportsbooks received alerts of suspicious betting activity on UNLV’s football game at New Mexico last month.
Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Thursday on AXS.com.
A roughstock cowboy still competing at a high level in his 40s? That’s a little unusual. And still competing in his late 40s? Well, that’s about as rare as a $3 bill. Billy Etbauer is that $3 bill
When tragedy struck UNLV Wednesday, National Finals Rodeo organizers had to find compromise to reach the best solution possible to keep performances on track.
Three victims were shot and killed Wednesday on the UNLV campus in an attack that ended after the gunman’s death, authorities said.
People living in Southern Nevada now know water waste when they see it. Whether it’s landscape water flowing down a sidewalk, swimming pools being drained into the gutter, or spray irrigation running full-blast in the middle of a summer day. Not only is water waste, well, unnecessarily wasteful—especially during a 20-plus year drought on the […]
The walk-through event is free, but visitors are encouraged to donate to HopeLink of Southern Nevada, which fights local homelessness.
Nevada Ballet Theatre’s “The Nutcracker,” Chris Isaak and Majestic Repertory Theatre’s “A Very Vegas Christmas Carol” top this week’s lineup.
The Raiders believe star defensive end Maxx Crosby will play Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings, but Kolton Miller will be out with a shoulder injury.
The Durango resort-casino is the first locals-focused resort since the M Resort opened in 2009.