The state reports that as of July 25, at least 347 visitors had tested positive for the coronavirus either while in the state or soon after returning home.
Clark County is at risk for elevated transmission of the disease due to high case and test positivity rates, requiring officials to submit an action plan to reduce its spread.
“Doubling Down With the Derricos” has parents Deon and Karen and their quintuplets, triplets, twins, and the other twins, and “singletons” in the spotlight.
An estimated 200 people took part in the Friday night vigil to remember two 16-year-old girls who were killed when a vehicle struck them as they walked in a crosswalk at the intersection of Maryland Parkway and Katie Avenue.
During his 20 years in the Air Force, Terrance Kelly was awarded an “achievement medal” and a “commendation medal.” He now faces a murder charge.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents voted Friday to change its board policy to comply with new federal sexual misconduct regulations.
Rollin Smoke Barbeque head chef Timothy Hanson always cooked “from the heart,” his daughter Tai said. The 54-year-old man and a woman were fatally shot on June 25.
“I was deeply disheartened and dismayed to see the callous and dangerous behavior displayed last night in Las Vegas,” the governor said of the “Evangelicals for Trump” event.
The planned high-speed train system set to run between Las Vegas and southern California will no longer bear the Virgin Trains USA name.
Tom Dye’s R-J colleagues remember his skills and his kindness.
A homeless man has been charged with attempted murder in the stabbing of another transient who said he was attacked because he didn’t have a smoking pipe.
Proponents say a settlement in a class-action lawsuit will ensure that poor criminal defendants in rural Nevada counties receive adequate legal representation.
Data reported Friday by the state Department of Health and Human Services ended a two-day streak of below-average increases in the metrics.
A man is dead following a crash Friday afternoon in North Las Vegas after a suspected impaired driver swerved onto the median and hit a pedestrian.
Sahara Las Vegas has filed a defamation lawsuit against a local blogger who reported what the casino’s owners said was an inaccurate rumor that the property would close next month.
Over the past century, Las Vegas has transformed from a dusty railroad town into the world’s premier tourism and convention destination. That growth, however, has not been linear. The region’s economy has experienced countless ups and downs that commonly mirrored the nation’s trajectory, each time rising to greater economic heights. Yet there has been no […]
Hundreds of people packed the Ahern Hotel for an “Evangelicals for Trump” rally despite coronavirus restrictions and warnings from the city and state.
First it was essentials like toilet paper and food. But now the most desired list of items during the pandemic include clothing, desks and fitness equipment.
Golden Knights forward Alex Tuch went to the gritty areas of the ice Thursday, and it paid off with two goals in a 6-4 victory over the St. Louis Blues.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.