The Santa Clara County coroner’s office says the gunman in the deadly Northern California festival shooting killed himself, a finding that contradicts earlier police accounts that officers fired the fatal shot.
The start of fall practice reminds longtime observers of the UNLV football program of when prison inmates played a significant role in training camp.
One of Southern Nevada’s largest property management companies has cancelled a plan to shorten its renters’ three-day grace period later this year.
Here are five great parks to socialize your dogs in the Las Vegas Valley as the summer months draw to a close.
Howard Hughes Corp. says it’s not looking to bring noisy festivals near the Las Vegas Ballpark.
The third annual Clear the Shelters event is aimed at finding long-term homes for as many animals as possible.
After leaving resort fees steady for more than a year, MGM Resorts International has increased them at Aria, Vdara and Bellagio.
Manchester United is set to break the world transfer record for a defender after agreeing to pay 80 million pounds ($97 million) to sign Harry Maguire from Leicester, a person with knowledge of the deal said Friday.
A Circus Circus maintenance worker was arrested in July after a hotel guest accused him of raping her while he was on the clock.
Chapman Chrysler Jeep in the Valley Automall has been undergoing a makeover to better serve its customers. The sales floor has added 75 feet of showroom space, opening it up for more displays.
Findlay Volkswagen Henderson supported the Henderson Chamber of Commerce’s Community Cares Pajama Drive, which collects that clothing for men, women and children. The collection will be donated to S.A.F.E. House Nevada.
Maximus Bell took first place on the Fourth of July at the 2019 USA Taekwondo National Championships in Minneapolis, in the 8- to 9-year-old black belt under 30 kilo division.
Mohammed Hussein’s responsibilities will include managing the branch sales and servicing related responsibilities at the Tropicana banking office, including the managing of a staff of three colleagues.
It’s summer, it’s Friday and it’s National Ice Cream Sandwich Day.
Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison has threatened to end his financial investment in the Edinburgh Festival Fringe because of Brexit uncertainty.
U.S. employers slowed their hiring in July but still added a solid 164,000 jobs to an economy that appears poised to extend its decade-long expansion.
If all went according to plan, visitors — by now — would see an arena with a retractable roof and a five-star hotel developed by ex-NBA player Jackie Robinson on the Las Vegas Strip.
Las Vegas resorts are packed with guests, and the economy is on strong footing. But hotel-casino construction has had a spotty track record since the recession.
Far West Academy was placed on lockdown for several hours Friday after a resident called police to say a man inside a suspicious vehicle flashed a gun in northwest Las Vegas.
An invitation-only reading for “Goodman: An American Musical” is set for later this month in New York City.
It wasn’t immediately clear from the decision by the Stockholm District Court whether the three individuals, all American citizens, would be able to leave the country.
President Donald Trump announced Rep. John Ratcliffe, R-Texas, the man who Trump said Sunday would take over for outgoing national intelligence director Dan Coats, was withdrawing from consideration for the job.
The son of former Hollywood and Broadway star Debbie Reynolds is upset that the Las Vegas street name honoring his mother could soon change.
A new HBO trailer for the show “Hard Knocks,” which will follow the Raiders at training camp, features the NFL Films poem “The Autumn Wind.”
The Clark County coroner’s office has ruled the cause and manner of death for a 2-year-old girl is “undetermined,” but her parents were convicted of abusing the girl.
A man who police have said was speeding over 100 mph when he crashed into a vehicle in Boulder City, killing a Las Vegas man, is facing a second-degree murder charge.