Freddie Leffner was 13 months old when he was pronounced dead at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center, according to the coroner’s office.
Former Clark County District Judge Don Chairez, a longtime Nevada attorney, died Thursday from COVID-19. He was 65.
Rio’s relatively new ownership got the green light Thursday to eventually hold a gaming license, setting it up for full oversight of the property in the next couple of years.
Oscar Mayer’s rolling hotdog will make five local stops over three days.
A federal response team has joined the investigation into the cause of a large fire at an apartment complex under construction in southwest Las Vegas late Monday.
Nevada’s jobless rate dropped to single digits last month for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic began, but labor force participation also fell dramatically in December.
Southwest Airlines is set to add two more connections between the Silver and Golden states.
The Cashman Center will be closed for COVID-19 vaccinations through the weekend, but new appointments will be available soon, officials announced Thursday.
A man who got into an argument with a convenience store clerk drove his vehicle into the front of the northwest Las Vegas business Thursday morning, police said.
A Las Vegas woman has been charged with kidnapping her grandson after police say she failed to return the baby to his mother during a family dispute.