The Eiffel Tower at Paris Las Vegas on the Strip dazzled onlookers Wednesday night with a flashy new light show to honor of the property’s upcoming platinum anniversary.
A Nevada bill would allow veterans charged with violent crimes to, again, participate in a specialty treatment court.
Many of the Pioneer Trail’s points of interest sit squarely in the Historic Westside, the pulse of the city’s African-American community.
Under the new North Las Vegas Parking Services Division, parking violations are civil infractions instead of criminal. ave outstanding fines.”
A Henderson couple has settled a lawsuit against the HGTV television network and the husband-wife team behind the popular show “Flip or Flop Vegas” over the sale of a home.
A panel of scientists are urging a “reset” of the nation’s stalled nuclear waste management system and recommendations to manage and store the material that include using Yucca Mountain as a potential repository.
The temporary closures are needed for electrical work and sign installation as part of Project Neon, the nearly $1 billion 4-mile-long widening of I-15 from the Spaghetti Bowl to Sahara Avenue.
Judy-Ann Young of northeast Las Vegas was 5 when her stepmother loaded her stepsister and her in a car en route from San Francisco to Alaska, where her father was working as a cement mason.
In a response to recent power outages caused by the release of Mylar balloons — helium-filled balloons coated with a metallic finish — NV Energy presented a demonstration Wednesday to depict the dangers of the act.
Amtrak says two trains together carrying nearly 300 passengers stopped and reversed directions because of a railroad track closure in the Sierra Nevada in Northern California.