For the 13th year, the network is selecting 10 honorees from around the world to recognize as heroes. For the first time, one of them hails from Las Vegas.
“Jeopardy!” champion James Holzhauer and his wife, Melissa, donated $25,000 to Rancho High School on Friday and called on others in the community to give to impoverished schools.
Dayna Roselli, a popular morning personality on Las Vegas TV since 2004, has marked her final day at KTNV Channel 13.
Lori Palmer always wanted to be on television. It just took a couple of decades for her to be able to take pride in how she got there.
Beth Seacord organized “Medical Ethics in Sickbay” and “Time Travel, Transporters and the Terran Universe: Philosophy and Star Trek.”
Even though Las Vegas is nowhere near an ocean, sharks can be found in several casino aquariums.
A case can be made that “Jeopardy!” savant James Holzhauer is one of the year’s biggest TV stars, although a short-lived one.
For those who yearn to participate in a reality show but don’t want to leave the Las Vegas Valley, the Nevada Film Office has the solution.
Las Vegas sports bettor James Holzhauer hasn’t finished his impressive run on “Jeopardy!” just yet, but he’s already giving back to the community with his winnings.
Twin brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott are the hosts of Property Brothers, the hit HGTV show where they help couples find fixer-uppers and transform them into dream homes.