The Aces left Las Vegas for Seattle on Thursday, and, like every other team in the WNBA, will begin to confront the brunt of a schedule condensed by the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup, which runs Sept. 22 to 30.
A suspended Las Vegas attorney pleaded guilty to three felonies Wednesday for her role in a scheme to defraud the court system.
A stretch of Stephanie Street will be repaved between the 215 Beltway and Cielo Abierto Way starting next Tuesday, Henderson city officials said.
A woman in her 60s was gunned down by two burglars outside her northwest valley home Wednesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
Despite hot temperatures, Golden Knights fans braved the heat and partied outside T-Mobile Arena at Toshiba Plaza ahead of Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Washington Capitals.
“Toadyism” fells Mischa Abad, 11, who recently finished fifth grade at Somerset Academy of Las Vegas’ Stephanie Campus, in second day of national competition in Washington, D.C.
Law enforcement and emergency responders from throughout the Las Vegas Valley participated in an “active shooter” drill Wednesday at Shadow Ridge High School to ensure they are prepared for a worst-case scenario.
The Knights currently lead the best-of-seven series, 1-0.
Las Vegas’ two largest casino operators are trying to bridge a roughly $110 million wage and benefit gap with union workers as 36 hours remain until employment contracts officially end.
The southbound lanes of Interstate 15 in Southern California’s Cajon Pass have reopened after a pileup in fog that injured 17 people.
Vegas was as low as a minus 155 favorite at the Westgate sports book Wednesday afternoon and as high as a minus 165 favorite at Station Casinos, Boyd Gaming and the Stratosphere sports books.
McCarran International Airport logged its busiest April on record, marking a 14th consecutive month in gains for passenger traffic, according to figures released Wednesday by the Clark County Aviation Department.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian West paid a visit to the White House Wednesday to make a star-powered case to President Donald Trump and his staff on behalf of a woman serving a life sentence for drug offenses.
The Grammy Award-winning Las Vegas rockers will play before the Knights take on the Capitals.
His stage name is Fat Mike, and he’s sparked an equally sizable controversy.
New Mexico-based lightweight will fight for the third straight time in Las Vegas when he faces Drakkar Klose on the UFC 226 card on July 7 at T-Mobile Arena.
LAKE MEAD — Anglers have found good action for striped bass. Live shad, anchovies, jigs and various lures are catching fish in the Las Vegas Bay area. Stripers can be found chasing bait at the opening of coves and throughout the wash. Catfish are hitting many of the same baits. Black bass species are still providing anglers ample fishing opportunity, with most being caught along points outside of Callville Bay and near Hemenway.
Las Vegas police on Wednesday released the largest batch of Oct. 1 shooting records yet.
The estate of Michael Jackson sued ABC and parent company Disney on Wednesday, saying a two-hour documentary on the singer’s last days improperly used the King of Pop’s songs, music videos and movies.
Shootings claimed the lives of three people, including a 2-year-old boy, and injured a 3-week-old infant during a violent 20-hour stretch in the Las Vegas Valley.
The Lights lost to LA Galaxy II 7-2 on May 26, tying USL-highs this season for goals allowed and margin of defeat in a single game.
When the glasses came off, it was on.
Wolfgang Puck is hoping Spago’s proximity to Bellagio’s North Valet, off Flamingo Road, will make it an easy visit for locals.
Project Neon is about 69 percent complete, but don’t expect ongoing construction on the state’s busiest freeway interchange to wrap up until July 2019, the Nevada Department of Transportation said in a progress report released Wednesday.
If there were any doubt whether the new Spago, set to open the first week of June at the Bellagio, would have the star power of the old Forum Shops location, or the L.A. original, Jennifer Lopez laid it to rest before construction was even complete.
A Russian journalist who was reportedly gunned down in Ukraine’s capital strolled into a news conference that authorities called Wednesday to discuss the investigation of his death, revealing that the slaying had been staged to foil an alleged Kremlin hit plot.
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The Clark County coroner’s office has identified a woman who was found dead under a vehicle Tuesday night in the northwest Las Vegas Valley.
Two new Smith’s grocery stores open in the Las Vegas Valley on June 13.
A judge in Philadelphia has denied Meek Mill’s request for a new trial and the removal of another judge from the rapper’s case.