More than 30 years after she walked onto UNLV’s campus for the first time, Ellen Fumo will walk across the stage at The Thomas Mack Center to graduate.
A team of developers was in downtown Las Vegas last week testing a system that would allow cyclists to communicate with signals and city-owned vehicles.
One of the Silver State’s most unusual and exclusive hunts is now underway at the Nevada Test and Training Range, where 15 hunting tags have been issued in three mountain ranges normally off limits to the general public.
The city of Las Vegas has scrapped a proposal for a new downtown municipal courthouse after soliciting bids for a new building early this year.
Remember the white stuff falling on the Strip in 2008? It was nine years ago today, December 17, that a historic snowstorm struck the Las Vegas Valley. More than 3 inches fell at McCarran International Airport.
Keely Smith, a pop and jazz singer known for her solo recordings of jazz standards as well as her musical partnership with Louis Prima, has died of apparent heart failure in Palm Springs. She was 89.
Above normal temperatures are expected until midweek in the Las Vegas Valley, the National Weather Service said.
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