Late-stage trials of a COVID-19 vaccine are expected to be far enough along by November for biotech company Moderna to seek federal approval for the vaccine’s emergency use.
For the second time in the past week, Nevada on Thursday reported more than 1,000 new coronavirus cases across the state, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Tom Pletsch, who turned around Rancho’s baseball program and helped its football team end a 29-game losing streak, died of esophageal cancer Monday. He was 59.
Ciro Vasquez Jr. was kind to the homeless man accused of fatally stabbing him Sunday night outside the Las Vegas taco shop where he worked, according to the victim’s cousin.
The massive fireworks display that has become a special events staple for Las Vegas is the latest victim of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Owner blames uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 for closure of location at Moon Doggie’s Bar on Arville Street.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation said the spike is “questionable.”
The Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority board approved purchasing the 15-acre plot downtown for $3.9 million. It has competition.
Hundreds of people gathered on the side of a busy street for a vigil honoring a Las Vegas bicyclist who was killed last weekend, when a man leaned out of a car and intentionally struck her.
District Judge Judge Jim Crockett blasted the coroner’s office for failing to release the autopsies and accused the agency of “heel-dragging.”
The district court is now set to evaluate The Associated Press’ anti-SLAPP motion to dismiss.
The city needs help identifying a man suspected of stealing more than $9,000 worth of golf clubs from the clubhouse at Las Vegas Golf Club.
“Absinthe” returned to the game packing a pair of aces Wednesday night — original artists from the show’s opening in April 2011.
The Cromwell, the last Strip resort with its lights still off, reopened Thursday with a 21-and-over age restriction.
As the country and Las Vegas continue to navigate the deep impacts of COVID-19, one thing seems certain – the pandemic has changed the way many of us have traditionally viewed and engaged with the health care system. Many times, crises create an urgency to speed up innovations in order to meet consumers’ demands and […]
The Horrorwood Video drive-in in downtown Las Vegas, led by artistic director Troy Heard of Majestic Repertory Theatre, was created as a way for visitors to enjoy a “haunted” attraction from their cars.
Gov. Steve Sisolak said Wednesday the threat of COVID-19 is still very real, even as President Trump says the nation has “turned the corner” on dealing with the disease.
Circa reflects much about the developer behind it — an old-school-style operator with a visible presence and a big personality.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.