A fundraiser to help the family of Michael “Mikie” Sigler pay for his medical and cremation services was held Thursday at a restaurant in the western Las Vegas Valley.
Cadesha Bishop, 25, accused of shoving a 74-year-old man to his death off a bus in Las Vegas, appeared briefly before a judge Thursday on a murder charge.
Cassandra Sosa, a senior at Chaparral High School, submitted the winning design that will adorn a wall at Cicis pizzeria, where they officers were eating when attacked.
Slobodan Miljus, 37, is charged with murder in the slaying of his wife of 17 years and mother of their two boys, 31-year-old Zvjezdana Bencun.
The ringleader of a group that scammed the Bellagio out of an estimated $1.2 million through craps has been the 36th person placed on the “black book,” Nevada’s list of excluded persons.
A funding bill that is key to balancing Gov. Steve Sisolak’s proposed $8.8 billion two-year budget got expedited action in committee Thursday, as well as another measure anchoring Democrat-backed efforts to raise the state’s minimum wage.
The Raiders team is in the final stretch of completing a comprehensive transportation plan that will increase parking significantly, Stadium Event Co. Chief Operating Officer Don Webb said.
An early morning slots player on the Las Vegas Strip will have more funds available over the holiday weekend.
The southeast Las Vegas Valley municipality grew by almost 10,800 people — about 3.6 percent — between July 2017 and 2018, according to new U.S. Census Bureau estimates.
The Aces waived second-year wing Jaime Nared and sixth-year center Kelsey Bone on Thursday and will break training camp with 11 players, one shy of the roster limit.
What looked like consensus over a water-rights bill a month ago has once again devolved into discord in the Nevada Legislature, where the bill may die before a Friday deadline.
The state Assembly approved a bill last month that would make it easier for homeowners to pursue construction defect claims — and potential lawsuits — against builders, contractors and others who worked on their houses.
After a series of announcements of companies looking to leave NV Energy, the utility seems to be stemming the tide of departures.
A HUD policy the department says is meant to allow local shelters more flexibility is spurring critics to say it allows discrimination.
Edwin Fujinaga, 72, former owner of the medical-billing-collections company MRI, defrauded thousands of investors in one of the biggest financial crimes in U.S. history.
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Former DMV director Troy Dillard took a job at a company hired to modernize the agency’s computers, but the project failed, costing Nevada drivers millions.
Josh Jacobs donned a No. 28 white jersey, black shorts and white shoes when stretching Tuesday with teammates before the start of practice, but he did not participate in the Raiders’ first OTA.
Center Liz Cambage is expected to practice with the Aces on Tuesday and the team opens its season Sunday against Los Angeles at Mandalay Bay Events Center.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.