Henderson City Council approved regulations for medical marijuana establishments Tuesday, and will start accepting applications Monday.
Fireworks are never legal on Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service land, but officials with both agencies are advising campers to take extra precautions this Fourth of July weekend.
The Las Vegas Sun has broken off talks to end its longstanding joint operating agreement with the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Sun reported on its website late Tuesday.
If you were out and about the Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday evening, you may have felt something more than heat: it actually rained.
The legal dispute between Mirage headliner Terry Fator and former manager John McEntee is back in court, nearly four years after they reached a settlement.
The 12-year-old Las Vegas boy who died on Monday while at a Boy Scout camp in San Diego has been identified as William Shook.
Clark County commissioners appeared skeptical Tuesday about an Animal Foundation request to fund a $13.2 million renovation of the Lied Shelter building, which houses thousands of pets each year.
Las Vegas police said Tuesday that a man involved in a May police chase died last week.
David Siegel took the first step toward rebranding his newest Westgate resort Tuesday with a high-altitude assist to change the most visible sign on the property.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said Tuesday he will continue to push for immigration reform, focusing on efforts to better secure the border and to protect from deportation young illegal immigrants raised in the United States.