Las Vegas North Premium Outlets, a Simon Property Group-owned shopping center where four-fifths of the shoppers are tourists, has tinkered with ways to lure in more local shoppers.
Here are your Saturday morning headlines.
The Las Vegas Valley is heading into a warm and sunny Memorial Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
A bicyclist was injured after a Saturday morning crash in the central valley.
Las Vegas police are searching for a suspect from an attempted robbery May 19 at an east valley convenience store.
Las Vegas Review-Journal crime reporter Rachel Crosby never knew Sherrice Iverson, but after spending months researching her 1997 murder, she’ll never forget her.
An elderly couple found dead from self-inflicted gunshot wounds this week had been missing for two days before Las Vegas police found their bodies, records show.
A group of parents and community members has successfully lobbied the Clark County School District to develop a plan that would allow middle-school students to stay at the Fremont Professional Development Middle School, and are hopeful the board will approve it.
A federal judge has ordered Jan Rouven, the former Strip illusionist awaiting sentencing on child pornography charges, to turn over to the court a portion of the proceeds from the sale of his $1.9 million Centennial Hills house.
Historic photos line a modern, brightly lit 995-foot-long corridor set to open June 5, linking seven new airline gates in the D-Gate Concourse to the airport’s U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Terminal 3.