Katie Powell scored 19 points, helping Kathy Olivier to her 400th coaching win, as UNLV beat UNR 67-58 in a Mountain West women’s basketball game Wednesday at Cox Pavilion.
Talks between President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un collapsed Thursday after the two sides failed to bridge a standoff over U.S. sanctions, a dispiriting end to high-stakes meetings meant to disarm a global nuclear threat.
A trail of surveillance footage, cellphone records and police reports led to a man’s arrest in Northern California in connection with a November homicide in Las Vegas.
Jalen Hill had 19 points and seven rebounds as Clark rolled to a 55-40 win over Desert Pines in the Class 4A boys state basketball quarterfinals. Arbor View defeated Spanish Springs 72-56 in the other quarterfinal.
The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas on the Strip dazzled onlookers Wednesday night with a flashy new light show to honor of the property’s upcoming platinum anniversary.
Officials from the state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources said that the bills would add clarity to Nevada’s murky water laws and allow the state to better allocate water rights in the driest state of the nation.
Bishop Gorman coasted to a 49-18 victory over Canyon Springs, and Desert Oasis rolled past Reno 66-32 on Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the Class 4A state basketball tournament at Arbor View High School.
It doesn’t makes sense for Las Vegas to spend millions in litigation fighting development at the Badlands golf course. One of the major root causes of homelessness is drug addiction. Las Vegas shouldn’t use rent control rein in prices. That’s all according to Las Vegas City Council Ward 1 candidate Dave Marlon.
Every time she opens her mouth, Republicans benefit.
Which way is Nevada headed?
They don’t mean you didn’t pay less.
But it’s about human respect, not chivalry.
He should stop being such a crybaby.
A Nevada bill would allow veterans charged with violent crimes to, again, participate in a specialty treatment court.
Las Vegas Strip headliner Donny Osmond has been unmasked. The famous male mainstay of the Donny & Marie production in the duo’s eponymous theater at Flamingo Las Vegas was indeed the costumes Peacock on the Fox-TV competition show.
Many of the Pioneer Trail’s points of interest sit squarely in the Historic Westside, the pulse of the city’s African-American community.
Under the new North Las Vegas Parking Services Division, parking violations are civil infractions instead of criminal. ave outstanding fines.”
A proposed Nevada law that would let police electronically scan a driver’s mobile phone after a crash is pitting proponents of tougher distracted-driving penalties against privacy and constitutional rights watchdogs.
Once bitter adversaries and central figures in the Montreal-Ottawa rivalry, Mark Stone and Max Pacioretty have unexpectedly joined forces in the Golden Knights’ quest to capture the Stanley Cup.
A Henderson couple has settled a lawsuit against the HGTV television network and the husband-wife team behind the popular show “Flip or Flop Vegas” over the sale of a home.
A panel of scientists are urging a “reset” of the nation’s stalled nuclear waste management system and recommendations to manage and store the material that include using Yucca Mountain as a potential repository.
CAI Investments founder Chris Beavor, who drew up plans for the mixed-use project a mile west of the Strip, said construction of the Chick-fil-A restaurant is projected to start in April or May, and that if all goes as planned, work crews will start building the nongaming hotel in the fourth quarter.
The center became the 10th player from France in league history after signing a contract with the Philadelphia Flyers in June 2014.
Tuesday’s arrest of Valley Electric Association CEO Angela Evans came as a surprise to some in the Pahrump area, but some members say distrust of the electric cooperative had been on the rise for weeks.
Nevadans will no longer have to wait one year after being tattooed to donate blood.
Eldorado has catapulted from a small operator of three properties in 2013 to one of the nation’s largest players with 27 properties in 13 states following a series of mergers and acquisitions. Eldorado has been able to significantly improve operations at the companies it has acquired and boost their cash flow, Eldorado Resorts CEO Tom Reeg said.