As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors will not seek more than 63 months for Ronald Sandlin, 35, who is from Memphis and was arrested in Las Vegas. Local businessman Nathaniel DeGrave, 32, is awaiting sentencing on conspiracy and assault charges.
Stewart Rhodes intends to take the stand to argue he believed Trump was going to invoke the Insurrection Act to call up a militia to support him, his lawyers have said.
After UNLV quarterback Doug Brumfield suffered a late hit in Friday’s win over New Mexico, his teammates showed their support for the starting quarterback.
The members of the first Golden Knights team retain vivid memories of the days after the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting and how they tried to help Las Vegas heal.
The win was one of several recent jackpots collected across the valley.
David Blaine used a bunch of cardboard boxes to break his fall in a suspenseful Vegas opening.
Doubling down on a campaign attack that’s already been disproven is a mysterious strategy.
Nellie’s Southern Kitchen on the Las Vegas Strip has united Southern standards with twists on tradition.
The Clark County School Board announced that it will discuss and possibly vote on extending Superintendent Jesus Jara’s contract next week.
The Raiders signed offensive lineman Alex Bars, who has been on their practice squad all season, to the active roster. They released offensive tackle Jackson Barton.
LVMS race winner Alex Bowman joins Las Vegan Kurt Busch on the sidelines with concussion symptoms after relatively light contact with a wall.
When school bus driver Vicente Linan pulled over for a second time on his way back from a Henderson public school, a girl grabbed the steering wheel and said she would drive.
Crowds during the race will likely be massive. As seen Friday on Hotels.com, dozens of hotels in the Las Vegas area are sold out that weekend.
Franco Dragone, who created the first Cirque du Soleil shows to play the Strip and designed Celine Dion’s residency, has died. He was 69.
Co-owner Tamra Gannon of Fencing Specialists, Inc. takes great pride in the diversity of her workplace. Founded by Gannon’s stepfather in 1983, Fencing Specialists remains a family-run company servicing Southern Nevada with commercial and industrial fencing and gates. Taking over for her family in 2016, Gannon’s legal experience as a trial paralegal for construction defects […]
Questions have been raised about how diligent the Miami Dolphins followed the concussion protocols regarding quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. The NFLPA is investigating.
An influx of financial support after Oct. 1 has buoyed efforts to ensure completion of a new police training complex.
She was sentenced on one count of driving under the influence resulting in substantial bodily harm.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.