Columnist Jane Ann Morrison shares her 88-year-old father’s story as a longtime cancer survivor to remind people that a cancer diagnosis doesn’t necessarily mean a hopeless end.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Michele Fiore helped celebrate the grand opening of a new sensory wall at the playground at Gilcrease Brothers Park, located at 10011 Gilcrease Ave.
The false alarm was reported in McCarran International Airport’s Terminal 3 at about 7:45 p.m., airport spokeswoman Melissa DeFrank said.
Some mass shooting are more equal than others. At least when it comes to media coverage. Last Sunday morning, one of the worst mass shootings of 2018 took place in Trenton, New Jersey, but the tragedy barely made a blip on the national news.
Incoming superintendent Jesus Jara started work on Tuesday with high hopes and a long list of problems to fix.
There’s evidence that widespread cheating is at least partially responsible for the Clark County School District’s rising graduation rate.
want to hear what you think Nevada’s problems are and how you plan to solve them.
The outrage machine ginned up by the media giants such as CNN and MSNBC is not meant to solve a problem but to manipulate
If our officers fired 58 times and hit the intended target only twice, there are 56 bullets that struck something unintended.
For all Mr. Ralentkotter has done for Las Vegas, he should get a “golden parachute.”
Poor liberal snowflakes. They just can’t win for losing. The latest Rasmussen poll is out. American voters — by a landslide — blame illegal alien parents for the border crisis over family separations, not President Donald Trump or the federal government.
Now that he’s won re-election, district attorney should help chart a better way forward
Han Solo’s Blaster from the “Return of the Jedi” has sold for $550,000 at a Las Vegas auction.
Brent Barrett, the stage great who opened “Phantom — The Las Vegas Spectacular” at The Venetian, is taking on Anthony Newley’s “What Kind of Fool Am I.”
Unrestricted free agents can begin contacting other teams Sunday night and sign starting July 1. The Knights have four unrestricted free agents — forwards James Neal, David Perron and Ryan Reaves and defenseman Luca Sbisa.
The man behind the Las Vegas Strip’s first new resort since 2010 received an endorsement Saturday from a powerful figure — the president of the United States.
The boy’s mother told police a stove fell on him about 6:50 p.m. May 27 at 5370 E. Craig Road, Metropolitan Police Department spokesman Jay Rivera said.
Vickie Johnson coached the San Antonio Stars last season and was retained as an assistant by Bill Laimbeer after he took over the Aces’ franchise in October.
Nye County Commission District 4 candidate Tina Trenner is seeking a recount after she lost to Leo Blundo by eight votes in the county’s tightest primary race of 2018.
Don Logan is talking about things like slab on grade and casting and excavation and value engineering, the latter not his favorite term but a necessary ingredient to raise this 10,000-seat, $150 million structure known as Las Vegas Ballpark.
At first, the 31-year-old gay tourist wanted to see the men accused of calling him slurs, punching him and kicking him inside a Hard Rock Hotel parking garage behind bars. But in the days since the June 1 attack, Darnell Morgan had a change of heart and has forgiven the five men who face a hate crime charge in the attack.
The Mexican national team defeated South Korea 2-1 on Saturday to remain atop the World Cup standings of Group F. Mexico can win the group Wednesday with a victory or tie against Sweden.
The Knights had eight picks in the NHL draft, which ended Saturday at American Airlines Center in Dallas.
A boil water order issued in Laughlin after a water main break Saturday afternoon may remain in effect for another 48 hours, authorities said.
Under the crown prince, the message pushed by officials is that Saudi Arabia is modernizing, not Westernizing.
The Mormon church for the first time Wednesday posted the list of questions lay leaders are supposed to ask youth during closed door, one-on-one interviews that have come under scrutiny because sexual questions sometimes arise.
An 800-pound chunk from the USS Arizona battleship that sank during the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor is heading to Texas for display at a war memorial.
A nonprofit devoted to protecting jaguars believes one that was spotted in Arizona mountains in recent years has since died.
Reno developer and lobbyist Harvey Whittemore first dreamed up the idea to build Nevada’s largest master-planned community on an empty expanse of desert an hour’s drive north of Las Vegas.
Nevada’s top water regulator is blocking construction of the master-planned community at Coyote Springs because he says there isn’t enough water to support the project.