A busy intersection in west Henderson in the middle of the ever expanding St. Rose Parkway area is set for a project that will bring relief to area commuters.
A former Metropolitan Police Department officer accused of taking unauthorized videos of people was ordered Tuesday to serve probation and perform community service.
Las Vegas police are looking for people who may have been victimized by a driver for a ride-hailing service who was arrested on Friday.
If you want to know what’s next for dining in Las Vegas, we suggest paying close attention to these five accomplished chefs, who all seem poised raise their games.
Police were investigating a fatal shooting Tuesday morning at an apartment in the southwest Las Vegas Valley.
A conservative activist who works outside the White House said President Donald Trump is right to get rid of staffers who do not support his agenda and his presidency.
Starting Sunday, some Zion National Park climbing routes will be closed while biologists help peregrine falcons, an endangered species, through their nesting season.
In a fourth quarter earnings call, CEO Tony Rodio said the company is “working on contingency plans should the situation begin to affect business” but so far the company has seen “no business impact whatsoever.”
Nonprofit organization rids the industrial alley of trash bins, making way for murals, installations and gathering spots.
The Clark County coroner’s office on Tuesday identified the 21-year-old man killed Friday in what police said appeared to be a self-defense shooting.
The College of Southern Nevada Foundation met a $6 million target to fund a new health sciences building after a donation challenge match by the Engelstad Foundation.
A Las Vegas woman said she hopes her son, accused of manufacturing pipe bombs, can get mental health treatment while in jail.
College players leave no stone unturned at prospect camp as they try to improve their NFL draft prospects.
The governor joined other top state Democrats Tuesday in calling for Nevada to retire party-run caucuses to chose a presidential candidate and switch to primaries.
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“This is our community, and we want to make sure everyone is taken care of as much as possible,” said the Rev. Courtney Krier of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
Clark County has its Strip. Las Vegas has Fremont Street. And for a few memorable decades, west Las Vegas had Jackson Street.
Travis Strong joined more than 1,000 people who raced up the steps and raised nearly $300,000 for the American Lung Association in Nevada.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.