Las Vegas police used tear gas and nonlethal rubber bullets to break up a protest on the Strip shortly before 9 p.m. Sunday.
About 100 people had gathered to protest Sunday night near Downtown Summerlin, while another protest against police brutality was happening on the Strip.
At one point the crowd faced off with a line of patrolmen at the edge of the blocked-off Fremont Street Experience.
Locals converged in downtown Las Vegas in the daylight to clean up and see the aftermath after a second night of demonstrations and clashes between protesters and police.
Be it a trickle of interest or downpour of support, how tourists and locals respond to casinos opening will determine the town’s bottom line.
The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating an officer involved shooting that occurred early Sunday morning near Tropicana Avenue and Decatur Boulevard.
Experts say the transparency is just another way companies can reassure guests and employees that their facilities are safe enough to return to. But, ultimately, only the number of people who end up inside the reopened resorts will show whether that reassurance is enough.
Gov. Steve Sisolak angrily denounced instigators who might have come from out of state to foment trouble, as well as locals who vandalized fragile businesses.
Guests won’t have to wear face coverings, smoking will be allowed and social distancing protocols will be tough to uphold as Nevada gaming tries to get back to normal.
Las Vegas’ hub for theater, ballet, symphony, Broadway shows and educational programs remains dark amid coronavirus pandemic.
Las Vegas police arrested two photojournalists, including a Review-Journal staff photographer, who were photographing a tense Friday night protest on the Strip.
Some private schools are allowing deferred payments or offering more financial assistance, but they aren’t refunding tuition for the time when kids were home with parents.
The light heavyweight champion isn’t happy with how negotiations on a potential heavyweight superfight with Francis Ngannou were portrayed to the media.
Drawing has been an important outlet for Henderson resident John Graff during his treatment for prostate cancer. The Golden Knights served as his latest inspiration.
Everi Holdings Inc. and Scientific Games Corp. are on the verge of commercializing digital wallet products that could bring cashless gaming solutions to Nevada casinos.
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FSE’s Viva Vision video screen is displaying a 144-hour countdown leading to the moment, at 12:01 a.m. Thursday, when Vegas hotel-casinos are allowed to reopen.
A nuclear reactor vessel, soon to be the largest load to ever travel a Nevada road, arrived Thursday by train and will be switched at Apex to a 45-axle specially built vehicle.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.