The betting public is all over 6-1 underdog Anthony Smith over heavy favorite Jon Jones in the main event of UFC 235 on Saturday at T-Mobile Arena.
City documents show plans for 303 single-family homes and two multifamily projects with 491 apartments combined, all on about 60 acres.
Tiffany G. Tyler-Garner will serve as a member of the Governor’s cabinet overseeing the daily operations of DETR which includes more than 1,000 staff members in multiple offices statewide.
A lengthy traffic backup Friday afternoon clogged southbound U.S. Highway 95 near Cheyenne Avenue for about an hour.
Palms Casino Resort just unveiled one of the world’s most opulent accommodations, the Empathy Suite Sky Villa, which was designed by world-renowned artist Damien Hirst.
The Valley Health System will welcome 26 new resident physicians in general surgery and family medicine in July as the Las Vegas-based hospital chain aims to make its mark in graduate medical education.
Canada said Friday it will allow the U.S. extradition case against Chinese Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou to proceed.
The Golden Knights play the second game of a back-to-back Friday when they take on the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center.
Actress Katherine Helmond, an Emmy-nominated actress who had notable roles on the sitcoms “Who’s the Boss?” and “Soap,” has died. She was 89.
The death of a 1-year-old girl on Jan. 24 that Las Vegas police initially said appeared to be the result of co-sleeping has been ruled an accident by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Assistant Superintendent Jesse Welsh will lead the Paradise Valley Unified School District, which operates 45 schools north of Phoenix.
The Nevada System of Higher Education’s Board of Regents on Thursday approved a program that will help students budget for education expenses.
A federal jury this week awarded more than $3.9 million to the slot machine chain Dotty’s in a trial over the Las Vegas City Council’s 2015 failure to issue a permanent tavern license to one of its locations.
Sadelle’s, the new breakfast, lunch and dinner spot at Bellagio, serves a triple-decker sandwich that one of the company’s founders calls an “architectural miracle.”
The 2019 Kia Niro hybrid arrived in the showroom of Findlay Kia a few months ago, and the vehicle’s latest work may be its best.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee launched his bid for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination on Friday, declaring climate change the nation’s most pressing issue and promising to build his White House bid around it.
Clark County School District students may make up last week’s snow day on March 22, pending the approval of the School Board.
State police say a western New York man faked his own abduction and robbery because he was short of cash owed in a Super Bowl pool.
Jaden Smith’s foundation and a church are working to bring cleaner water to Flint, Michigan.
The head of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is stepping down effective April 1.
The NHL-worst Senators fired coach Guy Boucher on Friday and named assistant Marc Crawford as the interim replacement.
After more than a week of backlash, Walmart is pledging to make “every effort” to find other roles for disabled workers who’d accused the retailer of targeting them as it prepares to eliminate the “people greeter” job at 1,000 stores.
It already has been a season of milestones for Las Vegas NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, who made his 500th career Cup Series start on Sunday at Atlanta.
Chaos erupted outside Texas’ death chamber Thursday night when the son of the condemned inmate pounded on the chamber windows, shouted obscenities and threw fists after his father spoke his final words.
Kroger’s ban on Visa credit cards has reached Smith’s Food & Drug stores in Nevada.
Gap Inc. is splitting into two.
The parents of an American college student who died after being detained in North Korea say Kim Jong Un “and his evil regime” are responsible for his death.