Tourism has fueled the economy for decades. The pandemic has painfully exposed its dangers.
Las Vegas’ tourism-dependent economy is prone to major crises
A gunman approached 10 strangers at random on Thankgiving morning in Henderson and shot at them for no apparent reason, according to an arrest report. One man was killed.
A new diversion program allows homeless people to accept services and housing instead of being fined or jailed for committing minor crimes.
Hsieh, 46, died from injuries sustained in a New London, Connecticut, house fire. He was the former chief executive of online shoe seller Zappos.
The home where Tony Hsieh suffered life-ending injuries is owned by Rachael Brown, a longtime Zappos employee and well-known Vegas cellist.
This year’s races left some wondering if there’s a better way to choose Clark County’s judges. “In my opinion, something is wrong,” District Attorney Steve Wolfson said.
Taiwan, Singapore and South Korea require the use of contact tracing apps and tools to prevent the spread of COVID-19. What if the U.S. took that step?
Clark County and University Medical Center are operating the new site with the Nevada National Guard, UNLV and University Police Services.
Merry Crimson, which opened on Thanksgiving Day, includes numerous extreme photo ops including a live Elf on the Shelf, and a menu of a dozen holiday cocktails.
An expected online shopping boom this holiday season means more packages — and getting them to doorsteps takes manpower.
Officials will attend the National Finals Rodeo to ensure that the biggest cash cow on the local sports calendar doesn’t wander too far from Las Vegas amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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The Raiders (6-5) committed five turnovers and 11 penalties for 141 yards against the Falcons (4-7).
Nye County Commissioner Leo Blundo hosted a press conference on Sunday to address the recent events involving his arrest over allegations of misconduct of a public officer, telling media members assembled for the briefing, “I am innocent yesterday, I am innocent today, I am innocent tomorrow.”
Tony Hsieh, the former chief executive of Zappos who pumped a fortune into downtown Las Vegas and became the face of its revitalization, died Friday after being injured in a house fire.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.