Christians in the Las Vegas Valley marked Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, in a variety of ways.
The Freestyle Acrobatic Dough Tossing Competition had plent of eyebrow-raising displays of dexterity and impressive athleticism that clearly wowed the judges.
Deryk Engelland scored his second goal of the season and first since Dec. 6 with 9:30 remaining to break a tie and lift the Golden Knights to a 2-1 win over the Calgary Flames at T-Mobile Arena on Wednesday night.
A U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer was injured at the Las Vegas airport on Wednesday night.
The Raiders and Steelers know this dance, having completed two trades involving a wide receiver last year. But the Raiders haven’t exactly sprinted to the dance floor this time. They are working through some concerns.
Conference tournament opens Thursday at Orleans Arena with the Bulldogs a heavy favorite to win seventh-consecutive title.
Taking the lead in the socialist sweepstakes.
Credit card company charging large fees.
No vaccination for ignorance.
Rational thinking becoming a lost art.
Democrats in Carson City propose misguided legislation
Nevada lawmakers should give the green light.
Riders and racers involved in this weekend’s Mint 400 off-road race took a leisurely stroll down Las Vegas Boulevard on Wednesday.
Archaeologists confirmed a long-time suspicion of historians and say that famed Alcatraz prison was built over a Civil War-era military fortification.
The production is malleable, complex, in the round and all over the place. Don’t try sitting — there are no seats — and be ready to participate.
A proposal that would allow for same day voter registration in Nevada and extend the state’s early voting period was met with hesitation from state and county officials.
A Las Vegas firefighter filed a sexual harassment lawsuit this week that claims supervisors lacked concern for her reputation after co-workers circulated a sexually explicit video of her without her knowledge.
Three people, including a young child, died from the flu in Clark County in late February, bringing the death toll this flu season to 18, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Mint 400 off-road race takes place in Primm this weekend, which means events and parties through Friday on Fremont Street.
UNLV senior point guard Nikki Wheatley missed 29 games over the two prior seasons, but she has remained healthy this season and will play her final home game Thursday against Colorado State.
Two bills introduced in a Senate health committee meeting Wednesday in the Legislature would protect health care benefits in Nevada.
The 26-year-old winger is considered one of the best NHL players with his stick after years of work on his skills.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office issued an arrest warrant for a Pahrump high school employee accused of requesting nude pictures and sex from multiple students, as well as taking photos of students without their knowledge.
Here are some of the top performances for the week of Feb. 25-March 2.
Here’s a look at five sites where investors set out to build high-rises during the mid-2000s bubble, and what’s there today.
The Las Vegas City Council said it will listen to retail electricity offers from NV Energy and Texas-based Tenaska Power Services Co. on April 3.
The Queen Bee Market returns to Las Vegas for the fourth time this weekend, attracting dozens of vendors to share their wares, crafts and creations.
Here are some of the area’s top returning high school softball players for the 2019 season.
Here are some of the area’s top returning high school baseball players for the 2019 season.
A Las Vegas judge on Wednesday refused to allow a man whose face and head are covered in neo-Nazi tattoos to withdraw his guilty plea in the slaying of a 75-year-old woman.