The Bellagio unveiled its holiday display to the public inside the conservatory & botanical gardens featuring a 42-foot long white fir tree covered with lights and ornaments along with the queen’s room and castle.
The Las Vegas City Council honored the recovered police dog Hunter, who suffered three stab wounds to the neck.
The Torres family shows off their Christmas pirate ship that they built on their home in Henderson.
As Cyber Monday continues, Zappos has its staff working the phones but also keeping them relaxed during this busy time of the year with food, goodies, and giveaways.
Shoppers go over whether or not they will skip the lines or join the lines for Black Friday shopping.
Deputy’s from NYE County responded to a report about a stolen vehicle and attempted to stop the vehicle at a traffic light, but the suspects ignored police and sped off toward Henderson where they were arrested.
Richard Roman takes the Las Vegas Review-Journal through a tour of his abandoned mine in Boulder City, which he calls home. Roman has lived in the mine for seven years.
The daughter of Manuel Mata appeared in court for a testimony. She was home at the time of the incident.
The Caesars Forum convention center in Las Vegas has started to sell space for the $375 million, 550,000-square-foot facility that potentially could accommodate 10,000 people at a time.
The holiday cups have returned to Starbucks and the design is a riff on this year’s holiday theme, with the words “Merry Coffee.”