An 18-year-old man has been arrested in the death of a Shadow Ridge High School student gunned down near a library in February.
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National Football League owners voted Monday in Phoenix to approve the relocation of the Oakland Raiders to Southern Nevada, where a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed stadium will be built for the team.
It’s one thing to listen to a lecture about local history. It’s quite another to hear that lecture surrounded by people who experienced it.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry toured the Yucca Mountain repository Monday, two weeks after the Trump administration added funding in its budget to revive the facility north of Las Vegas.
The Metropolitan Police Committee on Fiscal Affairs approved a settlement of $199,000 Monday in an excessive force lawsuit stemming from a 2009 incident.
Las Vegas is known for redevelopment, not preservation, so some may be surprised to see whole neighborhoods of midcentury modern homes that are relatively unscathed by urban renewal. The Nevada Preservation Foundation’s Home and History Weekend, April 28-30, will celebrate the architectural and design style.
The transient man accused of fatally shooting a bus passenger Saturday on the Strip told police he only wanted to scare him, arrest records show.
The Rampart Boulevard onramp linking motorists to westbound Summerlin Parkway will be closed for 20 days in April as part of an ongoing $3 million project aimed at improving safety and capacity, Las Vegas city officials said Monday.
Before artist Sush Machida painted “Hope Corridor,” the corridors at Child Haven didn’t reflect much hope.
Las Vegas is packed with tourists in the summer, is the filming location for iconic movies and gets about 80 inches of snow each year.
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