Frontier Airlines has launched new nonstop flights between Las Vegas and a pair of Mexican resort destinations.
As Las Vegas officials enact stricter policies and set up ways to better report and track illegal home-sharing, there is a growing sense from City Hall that those efforts aren’t being taken seriously.
Five Las Vegas post offices will offer holiday retail hours Sunday and Dec. 16 to make holiday shipping more convenient.
A delinquent California-based nonprofit has been setting up donation tables near storefronts across the valley, soliciting money for a program it says will help children with disabilities.
With a majority of donations given at the end of the year, nonprofit experts say donors should make sure they’re giving to legitimate causes this holiday season.
The Herbst family held a public memorial service Thursday for all employees, business partners and extended friends to celebrate the life of Jerry Herbst at the Terrible Herbst Employment Center, 3670 W. Dewey Dr.
Brightwood College, a for-profit chain with more than 750 campuses nationwide, told students that it will close for good on Friday. About 670 students were enrolled in nursing and other medical programs at its Las Vegas campus.
On Saturday — the 30th commemoration of World AIDS Day — University Medical Center in Las Vegas will adopt CDC guidelines and begin testing all patients for HIV, not just those deemed most at risk of contracting the disease.
Hundreds of people wandered from car to car Sunday afternoon at the Las Vegas Convention Center, on the third and final day of the show. It featured more than 350 new cars, trucks and SUVs from manufacturers such as Ford, Toyota, Honda, Hyundai and Chevrolet.
On Saturday, shoppers explored locally owned businesses along Henderson’s Water Street during Shop Small Henderson, the busiest day of the year for some of these store owners.