The A-frame building that has long been a favored escape from the heat for Las Vegas locals replaced the previous lodge, which was destroyed by fire in 1961.
The Mount Charleston Lodge was a favorite getaway spot for Las Vegas Valley residents as well as a local gathering place for mountain residents.
The biggest names in music are in Las Vegas this week, but there are still plenty of other oddities and curiosities to keep you busy.
North Las Vegas police suspect there may be more victims of a behavioral therapist accused of sex assault.
Ex-Allegiant Air executives set strategies for West and East Coast operations of Avelo Airlines, which had inaugural flights Thursday between Las Vegas and Sonoma County.
No. 7 Bishop Gorman will meet No. 24 Hamilton (Arizona) on Friday night on ESPNU. A Gorman win would mean its first sweep of out-of-state games since 2016.
Twisted Sourdough Pizza owner Ted Sumi says the idea of a pizza cone came to him in a dream.
Life is Beautiful returns to downtown Las Vegas this weekend after a one-year hiatus and with it a bevy of road closures.
In an email to committee members on Thursday, the Nevada State Democratic Party took a swipe at a coordinated campaign that bypassed the state party.
Results released Thursday from last year’s Smarter Balanced assessments come with a caveat because only about half of Clark County School District students participated.
A Las Vegas family shed tears Thursday at a police news conference as they remembered a 17-year-old girl who died of a fentanyl overdose in February.
The family of a woman found dead Saturday evening in a desert area south of Las Vegas identified her as 24-year-old Destiny Jackson.
When Facilities Manager Jim Rainey was tasked with finding ways to implement more sustainable practices at the building he manages, he developed a plan to replace the property’s water-thirsty grass with a water-smart landscape and pitched it to the new management team. “It was an easy sell. The grass is dying every year anyway, and […]
Artists from all over the world contribute works to downtown Vegas.
Lawmakers are expected to vote Tuesday on whether to declare COVID-19 misinformation a public health crisis.
Johnathan Abram has turned down the volume a notch or two, and after one game, it’s helped turn him into a better player.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.