Shortly before 7 p.m. Tuesday, the High Roller on the Strip lit up red and yellow — two of the three colors in the Belgian flag — to honor people who died in Tuesday’s Brussels terror attacks.
A helicopter that crashed in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, killing two, was so badly damaged that state troopers could barely recognize it.
Las Vegas police surrounded a Spring Valley area apartment complex for about an hour late Tuesday morning after reports of a shooting but did not find any victims.
Within walking distance of 20,000 Caesars Entertainment hotel rooms, the new Caesars Forum, capable of accommodating 10,000 people, will open its doors in March.
The $32 million in renovations on the Fremont Street Experience’s Viva Vision canopy are set to debut on New Year’s Eve during the “America’s Party Downtown” event.
Gov. Steve Sisolak shed a tear Monday afternoon as he addressed dozens of wounded veterans at the front of the Grand Colonnade in The Venetian’s lobby, then shook each veteran’s hand.
A federal judge granted a disabled Las Vegas man a temporary restraining order to prevent police from citing the man when he performs on the Strip.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fiery rollover crash Monday morning involving two vehicles in the Spring Valley area.
Thousands of spectators lined Fourth Street, applauding as roughly 5,000 participants in nearly 100 parade groups made their way down the street in the two-hour parade.
A two-vehicle crash that closed northbound lanes of the 215 Beltway at Town Center Drive Monday morning has been cleared.