The pioneering downtown restaurant Le Thai has closed temporarily for renovations.
Another day, another Shakespeare-indebted starlet with “Hopeless” tattooed across her derriere and songs about swallowing lit matches.
Gina Ciampaglio, the human resources manager at the manufacturing company, said Chelten House expects to add a warehouse or production line to its facility. The only problem is finding qualified workers is harder than it may sound.
From August 5-10, the Knights will travel to Reno, Nevada; Boise, Idaho; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; and Salt Lake City, Utah. All the cities are within the Knights’ television distribution territory with AT&T Sportsnet.
Even as a self-proclaimed Las Vegas “newbie,” it was clear to the city’s Director of Cultural Affairs Ally Haynes-Hamblen that a slew of streets are named after figures who feature prominently in local history.
The Las Vegas-based casino operator also said it is increasing its earnings guidance for the year and is preparing to expand sports betting into more states, the company said in a statement on Thursday.
Facebook faced a day of reckoning as its shares plunged Thursday in the company’s worst trading day since going public in 2012. It was among the biggest one-day losses of market value in U.S. stock market history.
A man might have saved himself from serious injury when a large metal pin fell from Wrigley Field’s centerfield scoreboard because he had a plastic bucket on his head during a Chicago Cubs game.
Jones, only the second overall No. 1 draft pick to reach the Hall (Ken Griffey Jr. is the other), couldn’t have arrived at a better time for the Braves, who were perennial cellar-dwellers in the NL West. He became a force on most of the Atlanta teams that did a quick about-face and won 14 straight division titles — and a World Series in his rookie season (1995).
A former Las Vegas police officer avoided a grand jury indictment Thursday, but the criminal case in the death of an unarmed man on the Strip might not be over.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Thursday landed an endorsement from the Nevada Law Enforcement Coalition, the first statewide Republican to score the unanimous support of nearly 100 law enforcement organizations in the 2018 election cycle.
J35, a member of the critically endangered southern resident family of orcas, gave birth to her calf Tuesday only to watch it die within half an hour.
Lizette Richardson, recently tapped to become the new director of the National Park Service’s Denver-based Intermountain Region, has opted instead to end her career in federal service.
Four major clean energy advocacy groups announced Thursday that they oppose Question 3, the ballot initiative that would break up NV Energy’s monopoly and create an open energy market in Nevada.
The Triple Crown winner’s untimely departure after he suffered an apparently minor ankle injury demonstrates the unhealthy sway that high-end thoroughbred breeders hold over the sport of horse racing.
Recreational sales in May reached $43.74 million, exceeding the previous $41 million monthly record set in March, according to state Department of Taxation data released Thursday.
UNLV junior wide receiver Darren Woods Jr. was named to the Wuerffel Trophy watch list. The trophy honors the combination of community service with achievements on the football field and in academics.
A heat wave kicked off in the Las Vegas Valley Tuesday morning with a 112-degree high.
A moderate earthquake stuck the Lake Tahoe-area Thursday morning.
The California Supreme Court says Starbucks and other employers in the state must pay workers for minutes they routinely spend off the clock on tasks such as locking up or setting the store alarm.
Five rare baby sea turtles found in a hotel trash can in Georgia have been released into the Atlantic Ocean.
Minority parents in Nevada strongly support school choice, and elected officials are taking notice. School choice is also a way to help modernize education. That’s according to Valeria Gurr, director of Nevada School Choice Coalition.
A new Las Vegas business combines the joy of man’s best friend and a drink in your hand.
In celebration of National Lipstick Day on Sunday, MAC Cosmetics has selected nine iconic and Artist favorite shades to bring back for the giveaway, the company said in a release.
The Chicago Cubs have placed third baseman Kris Bryant on the 10-day disabled list because of an inflamed left shoulder.
Here are your Thursday morning headlines.
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is defending his top deputy after a handful of Congressional Republicans moved to impeach him.
The Walt Disney Co. has announced it will stop using single-use plastic straws and plastic stirrers at all of its locations.
Police say someone untied a yacht owned by the family of U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos in Ohio, causing the vessel to drift into a dock and incur up to $10,000 in damages.