Downtown’s Life is Beautiful festival has evolved into a special-event tourism attraction that spurred the LVCVA board ofdirectors to spend $150,000 to market it.
The American Gaming Association hosted a panel at the UNLV International Gaming Institute that brought industry leaders together Thursday morning for a discussion on ways to promote responsible gaming.
Federal prosecutors in Las Vegas want testimony of their own star witness tossed from a racketeering trial.
The project is expected to begin around the end of this month at Archie Grant Park, a community for low-income seniors and the disabled.
Las Vegas police have found the 70-year-old man who went missing in the central valley on Thursday.
A recent survey found that almost half the student population at the college’s three campuses reported being unable to purchase food at times.
An unwitting stowaway stray cat was lucky to escape with at least one of its nine lives after a 15.5-mile hitchhike across the Las Vegas Valley.
Paula Davis was found dead Sept. 6. A program named in her honor will help treat, then house and employ people struggling with mental illness, addiction and alcoholism.
The estimate includes social services, housing, policing, incarceration, medical treatment, hospitalization and cleanup.
The three-day Life Is Beautiful event will prompt road and parking lot closures and bus route changes in downtown Las Vegas.
The demonstrations, part of a global protest, are aimed at highlighting the threat of climate change three days before the U.N. Climate Action Summit in New York City.
A case against two reputed Aryan Warriors will be prosecuted separately from 21 other gang members because both men face the death penalty.
A state board on Wednesday gave the school’s new owners until February to gather documents necessary to renew its license to operate.
Representatives from more than 40 colleges and universities will be at a college recruiting fair Saturday at Doolittle Community Center.
Other events include a book signing at the Mob Museum and the monthly Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School at a First Street bar.