With the first day of school fast approaching, public safety officials and health professionals hosted the Citywide Traffic Safety Block Party on Friday evening to promote safe practices on Las Vegas Valley roads.
Is it global warming?
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders are running around espousing communism and freebies that are totally unaffordable.
Running a business is hard enough without the government targeting your company because of your political views.
They could speed up the legal process
Rents in New York City? How about $3,000 monthly for a one-bedroom apartment?
Jon Gruden is known to covet some technology and data collection that didn’t exist in his former coaching career. For example, he values certain elements from Pro Football Focus, a service he believes saves time for coaches.
Raiders rookie offensive tackle Kolton Miller has studied the AFC West. He knows who’s coming. Friday offered a small appetizer for Miller in shorts without shoulder pads.
CBS said Friday it is investigating personal misconduct claims after the company’s chief executive, Les Moonves, was the subject of a New Yorker story detailing sexual misconduct allegations.
Bishop Gorman’s Zaon Collins is a slender 6-foot guard, probably tipping the scales at 150 pounds. But when the game’s on the line, Collins has shown he’s tough enough to carry a team.
Jon Gruden is back, animated as ever, lover of all things silver and black, overseeing his first training camp for the Raiders since being traded to Tampa Bay following the 2001 season.
The owner of the Klondike Inn saw the end coming when he shut down his place near the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign.
NBA players said they supported the idea of a team being placed in Las Vegas. They practiced Thursday and Friday at Mendenhall Center as part of a Team USA minicamp.
Vegas Nation host Bryan Salmond, Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken and sports columnist Ed Graney discuss the first day of Raiders training camp.
A key board member at the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority called on CEO Rossi Ralenkotter to immediately step down amid growing concerns about misuse of public funds and a police investigation into abuse of airline gift cards bought by the agency.
Cassius Stanley, a four-star senior wing and consensus top-40 recruit from the Los Angeles area, has shined this year for Westbrook’s grassroots basketball program, Team Why Not.
Carrie Fisher is not done with “Star Wars” after all — Lucasfilm says unreleased footage of the actress will be used in the next installment of the “Star Wars” saga to draw her character’s story to an end.
“Elvis has not left the building,” Mark Mercer, “Legends in Concert’s” marketing director, promises. “We’ll be excited to have him back in the fall. We’re just having fun with this particular lineup.”
What drives people — particularly support staff and teachers — to leave? Or maybe the better question is what makes them stay?
Like Carrie Bradshaw, who once confessed that she owned $40,000 worth of shoes, Nate Tannenbaum can’t say no to a good bow tie.
Bobby Wahl, along with Double-A third baseman Will Toffey, was shipped to the Mets organization from the Athletics in exchange for closer Jeurys Familia.
More than 24.5 million passengers have departed or arrived at McCarran International Airport between January and June, putting the airport on track to break an all-time record for a second year in a row, according to figures released Friday.
A clean, healthy diet comes with inherent limitations, but Flower Child celebrates the eat-the-rainbow philosophy with a deep dive into nature’s bounty
The newest restaurant at Palace Station, Boathouse Asian Eatery, is scheduled to open at 11 a.m. Monday.
Disneyland has agreed to raise the minimum wage for employees at its California theme park to $15 an hour.
Of the roughly bajillion-and-seven scripted series that debuted last year, I can’t recall a bigger surprise than “The Sinner.”
Nevada Senate Majority Leader Aaron Ford, the Democratic candidate for attorney general, was arrested four times in Texas in the 1990s for public intoxication, stealing tires and twice for failing to appear in court — once for a speeding ticket and once for a theft charge.
Disco lights flashed to the tune of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” from a DJ booth on the first floor of the Discovery Children’s Museum.