Deeper cuts to Nevada’s allocation of Colorado River water could be coming in the next few years, according to water level projections released this week.
A large cancer treatment group has stopped accepting new patients from a debt-riddled health insurance trust that covers thousands of Clark County teachers.
The iconic Manneken Pis statue outside the D Las Vegas in downtown Las Vegas was knocked over during a recent party.
Ball Corp. announced plans Thursday to build the North Las Vegas facility and begin production in late 2022.
The advisers said boosters should be offered to people 65 and older, nursing home residents and those ages 50 to 64 who have risky underlying health problems
NV Energy is warning customers to be wary of calls and emails where imposters demand payment.
A Connecticut officer charged in a Las Vegas DUI crash that left a fellow officer dead was released from house arrest on Thursday and will return home to await trial.
For the first time since the COVID pandemic began, the Golden Knights opened the doors to the rinks at City National Arena so fans could watch them practice.
The High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ hotel ground to a halt on Friday night, leaving around 150 people stranded for about 90 minutes on the giant wheel.
Tired of all the restrictions as an unvaccinated player, Raiders new linebacker Denzel Perryman finally opted to get the shot.
Two week averages for both new cases and deaths in the county have declined from recent peaks of 1,124 new cases per day on Aug. 17 and 22 deaths per day from Aug. 25-28.
Johnathan Abram left Thursday’s practice escorted by an athletic trainer, but returned later and was listed as a full participant.
When Facilities Manager Jim Rainey was tasked with finding ways to implement more sustainable practices at the building he manages, he developed a plan to replace the property’s water-thirsty grass with a water-smart landscape and pitched it to the new management team. “It was an easy sell. The grass is dying every year anyway, and […]
In another video, Mack is rushed backward by officers in the lobby through a metal detector, which nearly comes crashing down.
Bellagio’s Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is inviting guests to go “Deeper Into the Woods” with its autumn display, which is open now through Nov. 13.
Jerry Tyler, president of mining firm Heart of Nature, said there appears to be something like a river flowing beneath Cal-Nev-Ari, a remote community south of Las Vegas.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.