Authorities say five members of an East Texas family, including a 15-month-old child, have been found dead at the family’s home.
Arizona bill would recognize out-of-state licesnes. Nevada should follow.
Let the states that generate it keep it.
Then how are retail sales expected to grow at a healthy pace?
Traveling on behalf of the convention authority benefits all Las Vegans.
Elizabeth Prior shot rounds of 68 and 74 to help the UNLV women’s golf team take a 24-shot lead after the first two rounds of the Battle at Boulder Creek on Monday at Boulder Creek Golf Club.
President Donald Trump charged ahead Monday with his pledge to build a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border, skimming over the details of lawmakers’ tentative deal that would give him far less than he’s been demanding and declaring he’s “setting the stage” to deliver on his signature campaign promise.
The helipad would be used by Maverick Helicopters to transport customers to popular tourist destinations in the region.
Top Ladies of Distinction creates a second Southern Nevada chapter.
The NHL trade deadline is Feb. 25 and Golden Knights general manager George McPhee has been actively working the phone lines to gauge the market, according to sources around the league.
A national organization that calls out corporations and other U.S. institutions for fostering sexual exploitation took the unusual step Monday of naming Nevada as one of America’s top promoters of sex trafficking.
Prosecutors announced plans to add a first-degree kidnapping charge in the domestic violence case against a Las Vegas fire captain after his wife testified Monday that he rejected her screams for medical help.
The new year is shaping up to be a strong one for MGM Resorts International’s Strip properties as Park MGM and Mandalay Bay revive and convention attendance picks up, according to Wall Street banks.
Congressional negotiators reached agreement Monday night to prevent a government shutdown and finance construction of new barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, overcoming a late-stage hang-up over immigration enforcement issues that had threatened to scuttle the talks.
If you think you have a grasp of what the $150 million Las Vegas Ballpark will offer to fans of the Aviators (formerly 51s) just because you drive by the site occasionally on your way to Downtown Summerlin, are you ever in for a surprise.
The LVCVA board of directors on Tuesday will consider a request from President and CEO Steve Hill to pay an estimated $113,000 in compensation to Luke Puschnig and start the process of recruiting a new attorney to serve the LVCVA and its board.
The middleweight champion issued a video statement to fans from his hospital bed after emergency surgery on a collapsed bowel and an internal hernia.
The Clark and Washoe county school districts voiced opposition on Monday to a Senate bill that would establish a license for paraprofessionals and transfer the authority to revoke or suspend a teaching license to the Commission on Professional Standards in Education.
Assembly Bill 307 would have required the hosts of special events, like concerts and sports, in counties with more than 100,000 residents — as of now, Clark and Washoe counties — to plan ahead with first responders as to how emergency resources would be allocated in the event of an issue.
The NBA is going to investigate whether league rules were broken when Philadelphia’s Ben Simmons inquired about meeting with Los Angeles Lakers president Magic Johnson for playing tips.
Lexicon Bank is raising capital to become the first new community bank in Southern Nevada in a decade.
“The Real Housewives of New York City” star will bring her cabaret show, “#CountessAndFriends,” to the Terry Fator Theatre.
In honor of Presidents Day, Las Vegas Lights FC announced Monday that fans sharing the last name of any United States president can attend the Lights’ match against the Colorado Rapids for free.
A Northern Nevada woman who claims a neighboring tribe stole her horse during a roundup last month has dropped her lawsuit because she’s convinced the horse had already been sold to a slaughterhouse in Mexico.
William Carrier recorded eight hits in the Golden Knights’ 4-3 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday, tied for fourth-most in his three-year career.
Former Golden Knights forward James Neal, now on the Calgary Flames, lost some teeth during Saturday’s game between the Flames and the Vancouver Canucks.
A 65-year-old former health care provider in Las Vegas was sentenced Monday for her role in a fraud scheme in which she submitted false claims to Nevada Medicaid.