Southern Nevada Water Authority Board members Thursday showered retiring General Manager Pay Mulroy with glowing praise, a standing ovation and a gift: a panoramic, black-and-white photograph of Lake Mead in better times. She will retire Feb. 6 after nearly 25 years at the helm of the Las Vegas Valley Water District and almost as long as the authority’s first — and only — GM.
A replica Chinese terra-cotta saddle horse was unveiled Thursday at the Desert Research Institute.
Since there has never been a more truth-in-band-name than The Guess Who? Trust the voice.
Tom Cotter has played both the comedy clubs and a big room on the Strip. But this weekend in the suburbs is his first Las Vegas billing as a headliner.
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The family of a Phoenix woman who jumped to her death from the Hoover Dam bypass bridge said it would like to see higher guardrails and stronger security measures to deter suicides.
Complaints were lodged Thursday with the Nevada Commission on Ethics alleging Clark Count School Board members Chris Garvey and Linda Young spent taxpayer resources on campaigning.
An email might have saved Max Green’s life. A few years back, he was battling drug addiction, experiencing all the lows that come from chasing too many highs, draining his bank account, imperiling his career.
Pop punk outfit Fall Out Boy headlines the Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas on Aug. 15, with New Politics.
During their stint on the main stage of annual heavy metal marathon the Mayhem Festival this past summer, Sweden’s Amon Amarth performed with the hull of viking ship jutting out from the stage.