Closing the state’s $1.2 billion budget hole will be the prime focus of the upcoming special legislative session that will convene at 9 a.m. Wednesday in Carson City, according to a proclamation issued by Gov. Steve Sisolak.
Several Las Vegas hotel-casinos gave the state notice of mass layoffs since June 4, when the properties were allowed to reopen.
Lawyers for Circus Circus filed a federal lawsuit against the north Strip property’s insurance company that has refused to cover losses experienced during the coronavirus pandemic.
The informant, identified by the pseudonym “John Smith,” testified before a county grand jury in June detailing his undercover encounters with the extremist group.
With pressure growing for the Clark County School District to modify its school reopening plan, Superintendent Jesus Jara says it’s time to approve the existing blueprint.
More than 42,000 Nevada businesses received pandemic-related small-business loans ranging from just a few dollars to as much as $10 million.
A Las Vegas man who practices law in California is defending a white woman charged with filing a false report with police against a Black bird-watcher in New York.
New cases were well above the daily average of slightly over 596 for the preceding week.
A California man was arrested after police responded to a 911 call reporting that a man was punching and choking a Yorkshire terrier in front of a Strip hotel.
The new-to-Nevada PeakBarTop units with a design that includes a 23-inch curved, full-HD display and a front-mounted ticket printer are in use at six local properties.
The $25,000 awards will bring more music, reading and drama into children’s lives.
Newly released body camera footage shows Las Vegas police racing through a downtown Las Vegas apartment complex in June, alerting residents to a fire.
Laughlin residents may get tested for the coronavirus on a first-come, first-served basis Thursday at Laughlin Junior/Senior High School, according to Clark County.
While as a state and nation we reopen our economy on the long path to recovery, we face the everyday reality of a changed world. At our workplaces, the grocery store, restaurants and schools, the signs of change are all around us – constant reminders that COVID-19 remains a public health threat that can’t be […]
Rep. Dina Titus has succeeded in inserting language into a House spending bill for the Energy Department that would ban nuclear testing in Nevada and provide no funding for Yucca Mountain.
McCarran International Airport has changed its baggage claim operations to enhance the social distancing protocols at the airport.
A Mediterranean-style mansion on the south shore of Lake Las Vegas has hit the market for $5.95 million, and it’s as if you’re transported to northern Italy with its views overlooking the water.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.