Yasauyuki Yamazaki stands behind the long, black counter, cutting fish, rolling rice and drizzling “Japanese salsa” as a manager and sushi chef at Sushi Twister.
Twelve high school students, each facing a laptop and timer on a chair, sat poised in a classroom at UNLV. Matt Gomez, the debate lab leader, instructed the students to set the timer for five minutes and pull up the lengthy evidence files on their screens.
June’s Las Vegas citizen of the month isn’t a Las Vegas native, but he has made a lasting impression on the city.
Diners at the American Gypsy Cafe can thank Los Angeles traffic for the new Persian restaurant in the east valley.
Las Vegas police say the man wounded Sunday during a standoff outside a funeral home did not intentionally shoot himself.
A man in his late 20s was shot dead Tuesday night shortly after coming to an eastern Las Vegas apartment complex with a woman he was dating.
A rapid-flashing yellow beacon will be switched on Thursday morning for pedestrians using a new crosswalk on Boulder Highway near the Eastside Cannery, marking the first of several safety improvements planned for busy road.
Las Vegas police records identified a suspect in a four-hour barricade with an armed suspect at an eastern valley funeral home Sunday, delaying flights and closing roads.
A man found dead near the Clark County Wetlands Park may have died from the heat, police said.
Between quick-wedding chapels south of the Stratosphere, a pocket of Cuban culture sits inside a hotel offLas Vegas Boulevard South.