Gov. Steve Sisolak shed a tear Monday afternoon as he addressed dozens of wounded veterans at the front of the Grand Colonnade in The Venetian’s lobby, then shook each veteran’s hand.
A federal judge granted a disabled Las Vegas man a temporary restraining order to prevent police from citing the man when he performs on the Strip.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fiery rollover crash Monday morning involving two vehicles in the Spring Valley area.
Sears will be shuttering its last full-line store at Meadows Mall — one year after it was purchased by parent company Transformco.
Thousands of spectators lined Fourth Street, applauding as roughly 5,000 participants in nearly 100 parade groups made their way down the street in the two-hour parade.
A two-vehicle crash that closed northbound lanes of the 215 Beltway at Town Center Drive Monday morning has been cleared.
Health officials have confirmed the first two flu-related deaths in Nevada this season — one each in Clark and Washoe counties.
The proposed project would improve traffic flow to and from Allegiant Stadium, T-Mobile Arena and the Strip Cooridor, add high occupancy vehicle ramps at the Harmon Avenue overpass.
American Legion Post 10 is pursuing an ambitious plan to play a role in tackling the city’s homelessness, with an emphasis on veterans and families.
In what the Las Vegas Fire Department is calling a case of careless smoking, a 60-year-old homeless man suffered serious burns Sunday morning after falling asleep while smoking.