CREAM is ready to celebrate National Ice Cream Sandwich Day on Thursday.
The battle to attract eyeballs in the Las Vegas Valley keeps evolving as marketers find bolder and more unusual ways to command attention.
In a dispute dating back 15 years, Pinball Hall of Fame operator Tim Arnold still says Sir Elton still owes him $500.
Democrat attorney general and Sen. Aaron Ford’s future would look a lot brighter if he had been more honest in the past. Last Friday, Ford sat down with Channel 8’s Steve Sebelius to reveal that he had been arrested numerous times in the 1990s. The arrests included stealing, public intoxication and failing to appear in court.
Everything was fine until oil prices fell
The city sells itself
Company is just defending itself against a mob of get-rich-quick, out-of-town lawyers
Use nitrogen gas to avoid lawsuits
District won’t release special education investigation
Jon Jones awaits a ruling from the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency as to how long he will be suspended for the positive drug test, his second under the UFC’s anti-doping policy. The maximum length is four years.
Former Air Force technical sergeant Jarom Boyes, 46, was formally sentenced to a maximum of four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter, but walked free Tuesday because he had already served nearly five years in jail while awaiting trial.
Moriah Jefferson is back from the right knee injury that cost her 13 games of the 2017 season and the first 17 of the 2018 season. She’s still easing her way into form, averaging 4.8 points and 2.8 assists in 14.8 minutes per game.
President Donald Trump took to Twitter Tuesday to punch back at GOP mega-donor billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch after the Koch-network let it be known over the weekend that it is not supporting key GOP candidates, including Nevada Sen. Dean Heller.
The Raiders’ scheduled 2020 relocation from Oakland to Las Vegas presents an intriguing dynamic in contract negotiations for Khalil Mack. California enforces a 13.3 percent rate on state income taxes. Nevada has no such taxes.
A driver was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his 2011 Nissan Murano struck a motorcyclist about 7:10 p.m. Monday at Paseo Verde Parkway and Carnegie Street, Henderson police said in a release.
A grand jury chose not to indict UFC fighter Nick Diaz, but prosecutors still intend to move forward with the domestic violence case.
The state agency that administers Medicaid announced this summer that it would soon limit patients to three therapy sessions before requiring them to obtain pre-approval for continuing treatment.
The crash happened about 3:20 p.m. on Westcliff Drive west of Rainbow Boulevard, a Metropolitan Police Department release said.
Water is expected to start flowing through part of Apex Industrial Park by late 2020 after more than two decades of efforts to jump-start development on this sprawling chunk of vacant land in North Las Vegas.
Working with casino executives does not come naturally for Ralph Perrazzo. In 2002, when Caesars Palace’s Greg Waldron flew him in from New York to offer him a job at the property’s new restaurant Bradley Ogden, he accepted the trip and partied hard on the casino’s dime. The meeting, however, did not go well.
No criminal charges will be filed in the investigation into six Clark County residents who voted twice in the June primary, the Nevada secretary of state’s office announced Tuesday.
Latest MGM Grand-NBA partnership strengthens city’s bid to attract NBA franchise in near future.
Red Rock Resorts rode the white-hot Las Vegas economy to healthy second-quarter results despite a major presence of construction workers in and around Palace Station and Palms.
Residents must be at least 25 feet away from housing authority buildings. Any household that violates the smoke-free policy four times will be subject to eviction.
Newly acquired Yankees left-hander J.A. Happ has been diagnosed with hand, foot and mouth disease, the second pitcher on a New York team to be recently affected by the illness.
Congressional candidate Danny Tarkanian is demanding his opponent retract claims that he “set up telemarketing scams” and took a $16 million taxpayer bailout in a scathing cease-and-desist letter.
A grand jury in California handed up an indictment of David Paule, 47, of Indian Springs on Tuesday charging him with three counts of threatening a federal official.
Life is Beautiful announced today that Hannibal Buress, Michelle Wolf, Pete Davidson and Natasha Leggero will headline 2018’s comedy showcase “The Kicker Comedy More.”
Take a case of water to a Firehouse Subs location on Saturday, and you can leave with a free sub.