The former casino mogul’s opulent estate in Summerlin spans 15,000 square feet and includes an art room, a crystal staircase, silk carpets, and marble pillars, according to listing materials.
The business organization called Tuesday for the Board of Regents chair and vice chair to step aside while an independent investigation is being conducted.
A Las Vegas businessman with ties to Donald Trump wants the former president to reverse his endorsement in the GOP primary for Nevada’s U.S. Senate race. Trump isn’t budging.
The men are accused of selling more than 40 pounds of cocaine and shipping it to customers around the U.S. from various local post offices.
Mountain Ridge Little League will overcome the recent theft of about $6,500 worth of equipment thanks to an online fundraising effort that raised more than twice that amount.
Carlos Fonseca Jr., 27, faces four counts of willful, malicious, torture or maim and or killing of a dog, court records show.
The Clark County School District would pay the incentive to new and current transportation workers if an agreement is approved during Thursday’s School Board meeting.
Roman Johnson, 21, was booked on charges of open murder, robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery, according to jail records.
Inflation has had different causes over the years, but the recent upward trends can almost entirely be linked back to the way the pandemic forced so many industries to grind to a temporary halt.
In a Q&A, “Melrose Place” star Heather Locklear talks about finding work again and making peace with her imperfections.
His Astros wagers are hedge bets to offset potential losses of about $25 million from a promotion that offers customers a refund of any purchase of $3,000 or more if Houston wins the World Series.
Private shower stalls are about to pop up across the Las Vegas Valley for homeless individuals wanting time to relax and refresh themselves.
With a recent water shortage declaration on the Colorado River still fresh in mind—and with summer’s heat giving way to fall’s cooler temperatures—residents and businesses in Southern Nevada can do their part to conserve our community’s water supply by changing their irrigation clocks to comply with mandatory fall seasonal watering restrictions, in effect through Oct. […]
Instead of demolishing homes, builders sometimes give them to firefighters to burn in training exercises.
The new grant program announced Monday will help families with disabled children recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Steve Sisolak said.
For the first time, renowned art brokerage firm Sotheby’s hosted a marquee evening sale in North America outside its New York City auction venue on Saturday.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.