Following a relatively calm day of prep and setup on Thursday — when reporters and some seriously obnoxious bloggers seemed to equal the number of attendees — the attention seekers turned up en masse on Friday looking to party at Alienstock.
Check out Friday’s scene from the Storm Area 51 events in Rachel and Hiko, Nevada.
The Life is Beautiful music and art festival got underway Friday with thousands jamming downtown Las Vegas to groove to the sounds Billie Eilish, Portugal, The Man and Chance the Rapper.
Storming Area 51 isn’t the only kind of close encounter people can have this weekend in Nevada. And at least one woman is taking advantage.
The actress known as “Bridget the Midget,” was booked Wednesday under her legal name, Cheryl Marie Murphy, in connection with a domestic disturbance early that morning.
Clark County Commissioner Justin Jones outlined steps this week he’d like to take to fight climate change, including hiring a sustainability director and adopting an action plan similar to the city of Reno.
While the Alienstock festival continued Friday night, one driver collided with a cow on state Route 375 between Rachel and Hiko, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
Elijah Lynum died late last year of natural causes while awaiting trial in two separate slayings in December 2017 and August 2018.
Shoppers were lined up outside the Summerlin store by 7 a.m. to await the store’s 8 a.m. opening on Friday, which marked the global launch of Apple’s iPhone 11.
About 100 extraterrestrial enthusiasts converged at the back gate of Area 51 near Rachel at 3 a.m. Friday to follow through on the original Storm Area 51 plan.
A 40-year-old man was sentenced to life in prison Friday for killing two people more than 20 years ago.
A next-door neighbor recently created a change.org petition that had more than 230 signatures to get the man help.
The Strip is about to get a high-digit number on a high-tech billboard. The only problem: It’s not a big slot-machine payout. It’s the national debt.
Officials say a tour bus carrying “Chinese-speaking tourists” crashed Friday near the national park in southern Utah, killing four people and injuring at least a dozen others.
The Pentagon says the U.S. will deploy additional troops and military equipment to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to beef up security, as President Donald Trump has at least for now decided against any immediate military strike on Iran in response to the attack on the Saudi oil industry.
Breven Palpallatoc ran for 141 yards and two touchwdowns on only four carries, and Silverado ran past Durango 36-28 in the Southwest League opener for both teams.
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An unwitting stowaway stray cat was lucky to escape with at least one of its nine lives after a 15.5-mile hitchhike across the Las Vegas Valley.
Multiple camps are visible off the highway. Some flying American flags and some with alien-themed flags, letting passersby know they’re here for the party.
“STAY AWAY FROM RACHEL NEXT WEEKEND!” the town’s official site, rachel-nevada.com, warned this week.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.