Nevada on Friday reported 1,003 new coronavirus cases and 20 additional deaths, according to data from the Department of Health and Human Services.
State data shows Hispanics now make up the largest portion of overdue Nevadans for the COVID-19 vaccine. In April it was whites.
Evidence continues to mount against two men with Las Vegas ties who remain jailed after a third man implicated them in the assault on police officers and ransacking the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection.
A company is claiming Henderson officials inaccurately labeled it a “sexually oriented business.” Now, the business has taken the city to court.
The father of a toddler who died in his hot car pleaded guilty Friday to a misdemeanor charge of child abuse, neglect or endangerment.
Boasting a new brand that drops the mention of malls, ICSC is scheduled to hold its retail real estate conference and expo in December.
“I was that skeptical dude that I thought COVID was a joke,” Sgt. Tom “T.J.” Jenkins says in a video posted online. “… I’m here to tell you it almost took me off this planet.”
The Raiders on Friday announced the signings of defensive end Malcolm Koonce and linebacker Divine Deablo, ensuring their full rookie class is under contract for the beginning of training camp.
There were no deals announced Thursday involving the Golden Knights ahead of the NHL draft, as Alec Martinez reportedly mulls a contract offer from the team.
Gaming industry vendors gathered in Las Vegas this week for the first time in more than a year to showcase their newest products at the Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention.
Vashti Cunningham won the high jump at the U.S. trials in June and is looking to become the first American woman to win Olympic gold in the event since 1988.
Oakland Athletics’ President Dave Kaval and crew toured various sites mainly around the Resort Corridor and Summerlin on their latest trip, getting a new feel for the sites with an architect along for the trip.
Donors and foundations stepped up during the height of the pandemic. Now local organizations are focused on how to build on philanthropic efforts.
Yonutz, known for Smash Donuts — doughnuts filled with ice cream, smashed and hot-pressed — will have its grand opening on Friday morning in the northern valley.
Since the state reopened businesses in early June, summer surge cases have been concentrated in the south and northwest Las Vegas Valley.
With summer’s arrival and the days getting warmer and longer, some people in southern Nevada may be rededicating themselves to getting outside and focusing on their fitness*. This may be especially important after so much time spent inside due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which contributed to unwanted weight gain for 61% of Americans. Whether you […]
The third “Vax Nevada Days” raffle ceremony took place tonight at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra visited Las Vegas on Thursday to discuss the role that federal teams are playing to combat Nevada’s COVID-19 surge.
The Knights will play a schedule — released by the league Thursday — that looks similar to the ones they had pre-pandemic.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.