Sarper “Sharp” Celenk and John Unal are working to introduce entrepreneurs — most of whom are based in other countries — to mentors and investors through their startup incubator Innosance, named after a mash-up of “innovation” and “renaissance.”
After going 10-22 in his first season and 15-18 in his second, Lew Hill guided the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley to 19 wins in 2018-19.
Shamrocks, leprechauns and Celtic music and dance were the order of the day as the 53rd annual Southern Nevada Sons Daughters of Erin St. Patrick’s Day Parade marched down Water Street on Saturday.
Angela Bassett goes full throttle on her hit Fox series “9-1-1,” revolving around a show about first responders, which returns Monday.
Clark proves she’s just as adept at writing TV shows as she is at putting celebrity murder defendants behind bars.
The death toll in the massacres at two New Zealand mosques rose to 50 on Sunday after police found another victim while removing bodies from the crime scenes, and authorities announced they do not believe three people who had been arrested were involved in the shootings allegedly carried out by a 28-year-old white supremacist.
The Raiders made an expected but emotional move Saturday, releasing offensive tackle Donald Penn, who spent five seasons with the club and made two Pro Bowls. His departure clears $7.225 million in cash.
Five places in Las Vegas to enjoy piled-high, ooey-gooey, beefy sandwiches
Bonnie Springs Ranch is officially closing its gates tomorrow.
Three members of the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of directors brought some healthy skepticism to last week’s meeting at which the board gave the go-ahead for an underground transit system.
Temperatures are set to rise over the next few days before rain returns to the Las Vegas Valley.
Bryce Harper sat out the Philadelphia Phillies game against the Houston Astros on Saturday, saying he’s “a little sore” one day after getting hit by a pitch and bruising his right ankle.
Henderson Mayor Debra March wasn’t running for office last year, but she still spent more than $60,000 of her campaign’s money on gasoline, gifts, restaurants and travel.
Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore, one of the few Republican officeholders in Southern Nevada, built a larger-than-life political profile on her big personality and fierce conservative advocacy.
Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly charged more than $1,100 in expenses to his campaign for a trip to Dallas with his daughter, records show.
The sudden downfall of Nevada Senate Majority Leader Kelvin Atkinson has shined a powerful spotlight on weaknesses in the state’s campaign finance law and the growing number of officeholders who have exploited it.
It was golden hour when the crowd released the purple balloons, the sunset glimmering in stark contrast to those mourning Sierra Robinson and her 2-year-old daughter, Noelani Robinson, in North Las Vegas on Saturday evening.
Q: I have some tomatoes and pepper plants in pots. They are about 18 inches tall. Is it too early to plant them in my raised bed garden? It’s been too cold lately to plant.
To interior designer Wendy Blackband, the West is sophisticated and refined with a casualness that speaks to the laid-back California/West Coast lifestyle that promotes the freedom to break the rules.
Leadership Henderson has played a central role in connecting business leaders and local charities in Southern Nevada. Recently, it connected Melisa Eichbauer, general manager of Findlay Volkswagen Henderson, with Living Grace Homes, whose mission is to ensure that new mothers have a home and opportunities to improve their situation.
Dear Gail: I’m going to be selling my home and was wondering whether or not I should stage it. I’ve been reading a lot about staging and wanted your thoughts on if I could do it myself or hire a professional stager. Will it really make a difference since our market has improved? — Sam