The visit, part of the Collings Foundation’s 110-city “Wings of Freedom Tour” to honor veterans of the war, includes three bombers and a fighter.
Seeing Arizona’s Grand Canyon is either on your bucket list already or ought to be.
It’s been nine weeks since the start of the 2019 legislative session and we’ve heard many bright ideas for improving public education. But we haven’t addressed the elephant in the room — money.
A man who was shot by a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper Tuesday on Mount Charleston was identified Friday as 23-year-old Richard Henderson of North Las Vegas.
A series of overnight closures of the Spaghetti Bowl will snarl traffic this week in Downtown Las Vegas.
Bills dealing with surprise medical billing, criminal justice reform and labor laws in Nevada are just some of what’s on tap for lawmakers as they gear up for the second half of the 2019 session.
Las Vegas’ sporting and entertainment venues capacity is playing catching up with the town’s sprawling convention and meeting capacity.
Las Vegas plans to keep accelerating toward the future of transportation, banking on self-driving vehicle technology as the driver.
Henderson is going high-tech to solve some vexing city problems. Last year, the city was one of three Southern Nevada agencies chosen to participate in Startup in Residence, a program developed by the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation that is dedicated to pairing tech companies with governments.
Two teenage suspects appeared in Juvenile Court on Friday in connection with a series of racist threats made against black students last month at Arbor View High School, and one of them admitted his role.