Two Metropolitan Police Department detectives were hospitalized with minor injuries after a crash Saturday night at Eastern and Ogden avenues, police said.
The Empire Store, with aisles of booze, a quaint deli and a wide assortment of snack foods, is the last chance for a lot of items before Burning Man attendees head out to the desert.
The International Cat Association’s show at the Rio displays felinity in all of its forms.
Officials are searching for 35-year-old Daniel Reza, who was last seen hiking in the Mt. Charleston area, according to Red Rock Search & Rescue.
A Las Vegas man is asking for the public’s help finding his fiancee, Katrina Sandy, who has been missing since Thursday night after she got off work at Caesars Palace.
After a 73-year-old man died in a car crash Friday in Laughlin, a California man has been arrested on suspicion of DUI.
Skeletonizer insect damage is common to Tecoma in warmer parts of the Southwest. It’s feeding damage by the young — or larvae — of a moth given the common name Tecoma leaf tier skeletonizer.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal filed court papers Friday seeking to end a 30-year joint operating agreement with the Las Vegas Sun.
Despite a West Nile virus outbreak, health authorities say they face a challenge convincing local residents that they need to protect themselves against the tiny bloodsuckers.
She made headlines in 2006 when she and the ACLU of Nevada filed a federal lawsuit to strike down a Las Vegas ordinance making it illegal to feed the homeless in city parks.