What has 12 bands, more than 80,000 firework devices and some 330,000 guests from all over the world?
Homeless service providers and city officials want Las Vegans who are looking to donate food and clothing to homeless people during the holiday season to go through established agencies.
The city of Las Vegas has scrapped a proposal for a new downtown municipal courthouse after soliciting bids for a new building early this year.
The demolition of the Las Vegas Club continues in downtown Las Vegas on Friday. The property was purchased by Derek and Greg Stevens in 2015.
It’s twi-night doubleheader time for music fans.
After Sunday’s 2 p.m. performance of “The Nutcracker” at Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, the post-show Sugarplum Party will kick off.
The Las Vegas Historic Preservation Commission is making a push for a more significant recognition of the site that was home to the city’s first desegregated casino and hotel.
The portion of Western Avenue near Charleston Boulevard reopened at about 8:55 a.m. Wednesday after a crash involving a semitrailer.
A look back at Cashman Center’s 34-year history before Tuesday’s final event, the Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Nutcracker.”
If it’s holiday time, it must be time for “The Nutcracker.”