Local businesses have said they’re already starting to experience a supply chain disruption caused by the coronavirus.
Gov. Steve Sisolak has scheduled a press briefing Friday in Las Vegas to give an update on the state’s response to the 2019 novel coronavirus.
That galaxy far, far away is coming closer than ever before.
Clark County teachers and other employees voiced anger Thursday night over shorted paychecks and ongoing pay issues related to new payroll processing software.
Cirque officials could not rationalize spending additional funds to remake “R.U.N” at Luxor.
A drunken driver convicted of second-degree murder was sentenced Thursday to at least 51 years in prison for causing a fiery crash in 2018 that killed three Las Vegas teens.
Las Vegas police say a man who shot a woman near the UNLV campus on Feb. 13 harassed, assaulted and threatened the victim in the months prior to the shooting.
This month, the Clark County coroner’s office ruled the 41-year-old’s cause and manner of death as undetermined.
City officials say they have issued no citations and made no arrests under the new law and are instead stepping up efforts to get people into services.
Southern Nevada health officials will clean the school with the aim of preventing a further outbreak. A “high number” of students reported stomach problems.
Husband-and-wife team Derek and Juliet Douglas, a visual artist and hospitality professional, plan to open Golden Fog Coffee in May in the new Share Downtown complex.
Four Caesars Entertainment Corp. hotel properties will raise their resorts fees by $2 next week, the company confirmed Thursday.
North Las Vegas Police were called to the home of Nevada Democratic Party Chairman William McCurdy II after a California activist who supports Bernie Sanders for president showed up to conduct a loud, late-night protest.
Leeland Rayburn Jr., 35, was arrested Feb. 17 on suspicion of attempting to kidnap a child at a Las Vegas Strip resort, according to an arrest report.
Luxurious Assisted Living Residence The family of boxing referee Hall of Famer Joe Cortez has turned their former home in northwest Las Vegas into a luxury boutique assisted living residence. Called La Mansion Luxurious Assisted Living Residence, it sits on a 5-acre private estate with a mountain backdrop in the northwest valley. The family transformed […]
A Henderson man was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for beating his 3-year-old daughter to death in 2016.
Prosecutors are asking the Nevada Supreme Court to overturn a judge’s decision to throw out attempted murder and battery charges at the start of a trial this week.
The Tuscan-style home on three-fourths of an acre was built in 2000 on the Tournament Players Club golf course in Summerlin.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.