Virginia Valentine, president and CEO of the Nevada Resort Association, said Gov. Steve Sisolak’s announcement is “fantastic news” for Nevada’s gaming industry.
Nevada health investigators designated Horizon Health and Rehabilitation in Las Vegas as one of four “high risk” nursing homes in the state.
Eateries particularly dependent on tourism and conventioneers are looking at waiting to welcome customers as late as September.
Preliminary numbers from the Clark County coroner’s office show suicides declined in March and April, despite all the pain inflicted on the community by the new coronavirus.
The market hasn’t collapsed after the coronavirus outbreak shut down much of Southern Nevada’s economy virtually overnight, but tenants have sought rent relief and struggled to pay on time.
Peter Makredes, 28, was running 100 miles in 24 hours over Memorial Day weekend to raise money for a nonprofit that works to decrease the number of veterans who die by suicide.
To celebrate 2020 graduates, Las Vegas Valley barbershops gave out free haircuts and professional photos to high school seniors, fifth-graders and kindergartners on Sunday.
Luis A. Frias led a troupe of dancers before international audiences in the 1980s and early ’90s. He died alone April 25, quietly and without an audience, in Las Vegas.
In the midst of what Allegiant Stadium project officials are dubbing the “fourth quarter” of the construction process, crews are on track for a July 31 substantial completion date.
Zion National Park’s Scenic Drive was so full Sunday that the park had to close access by 6:30 a.m. and the whole park was full by 11 a.m., the park said.
The two pilots and four passengers on the plane were all killed in the April 9, 2018, crash near Scottsdale Airport.
Sunny skies and lighter winds will join with near-normal temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley for the rest of the holiday weekend before excessive heat arrives by midweek.
The Education Support Employees Association says the district’s nine- and 10-month-a-year workers often rely on summer jobs to get by, but opportunities are limited this year.
The Memorial Day weekend marking the unofficial start of summer in the U.S. meant big crowds at beaches and warnings from authorities Sunday about people disregarding the coronavirus social-distancing rules and risking a resurgence of the scourge that has killed nearly 100,000 Americans.
After a two-and-a-half hour delay on Saturday, gig workers, contractors and self-employed workers in Nevada can begin filing weekly claims for financial assistance online.
For Marisa and JT Wise, living in Anthem Country Club is not just about enjoying their spectacular single-story home with stunning mountain views. They’ve built a roster of cherished memories through family gatherings, birthday celebrations and community camaraderie. “My whole family lives in Anthem,” said Wise, a Las Vegas native. “When I saw this home, […]
Rock legend Billy Gibbons says of his bike ride on the Strip, “We will not have the chance to do this much longer.”
City-sponsored program provides shaded al fresco eating areas in the Arts District and off Fremont East.
Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto is joined by Vinny Bonsignore, Adam Hill, Mick Akers and Heidi Fang to breakdown what’s new with the Raiders.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.