A Wynn Las Vegas executive was found dead in a luxury high-rise community late Wednesday night, sources said.
Las Vegas’ visitor industry has largely shrugged off the rapid run-up in crude oil prices that began last the summer.
The dazzling Feb. 1 presentation by a development group promising to not only build a 40,000-seat domed stadium at UNLV but remake its campus appears to have hit its first significant hurdle.
The former head of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Managers and Supervisors Association is accused of misappropriating nearly $40,000 in union funds, but he might avoid prosecution.
A man riding a motorcycle died after colliding with a sport utility vehicle Sunday afternoon in the northeast valley, Las Vegas police said.
Drive by just about any shopping center in Las Vegas and you’ll see shuttered storefronts, going-out-of-business sales and banners advertising space available for lease.
The bullet fired from a Las Vegas police officer’s handgun Jan. 12 should have pierced the driver’s side window of Leonard Greer’s car. But the bullet deflected and got buried in the door.
Roger Clark likes to hike down into the Grand Canyon for a break from the continual hum, clash and clatter of city noise. However, the last time he took a hike down the canyon’s Hermit Trail, the whop-whop-whop sound of helicopters carrying tourists overhead destroyed the natural quiet.