The Nevada Highway Patrol is investigating a fiery, fatal two-vehicle crash in central Las Vegas that also involved the rescue of a child from a burning vehicle.
The restaurant, which debuted at The Forum Shops at Caesars in 1994 — two years after the center itself — has reopened with a new menu of classic and updated dishes.
The fatalities surpassed the 29 reported on July 31 and on Friday to set a mark for the biggest single-day increase in the death toll since the outbreak began.
Executives of these companies revealed that the future of the properties remains uncertain.
Prosecutors say a mother who drove drunk in a high-speed crash that left her infant son dead also had cocaine in her system.
A Las Vegas officer filed a federal lawsuit against the police union, alleging that fees have been improperly withheld from her paycheck after she requested to revoke her membership.
Council members voted last week to use $2 million of CARES Act money to expand a City Hall lobby. The vote increases a budget for an existing plaza renovation project.
President Donald Trump said that he opposes additional funding for the U.S. Postal Service.
The Golden Knights imposed their style on the opener of the Western Conference quarterfinals, and it’s up to the Blackhawks to counter in Game 2 on Thursday.
Oris Jones, 67, told police he grew angry when his father “began speaking badly about Steve Harvey and bald headed men” while the two were watching TV, an arrest report said.
A Las Vegas woman has been charged by federal authorities with fraudulently seeking more than $1 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans.
The coronavirus is estimated to be the third-leading cause of death in the U.S., and its ranking in the state could rise as the year progresses.
A California man has been charged with sex assaults against a child that police say happened nearly a decade ago in the Las Vegas Valley.
Smart investments can help communities weather tough times, so when drought conditions hit the Colorado River Basin in 2000, the Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) joined local water agencies to invest in forward-thinking plans and programs to protect Southern Nevada’s water supply. Engineering a deep-water solution, the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) and its […]
The worker was carrying out touch-up work on the exterior of the substantially completed stadium when the injury occurred, according to the joint venture building the stadium.
The victim told detectives he was headed to Arizona to buy a house when he stopped in Las Vegas on July 4.
The horrors of that fateful day “rested on his shoulder” for a lifetime, Nielsen told the Review-Journal in December. He died on Sunday, his daughter announced.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.