Clark County commissioners on Wednesday approved plans for a 14-story hotel next to Las Vegas’ new baseball stadium.
Las Vegas’ new baseball stadium is still under construction, but a next-door neighbor is already in the works.
Chabad Synagogue of Summerlin/Desert Shores was in the process of a major overhaul of its security system well before the anti-Semitic massacre of 11 congregants at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Oct. 27.
Imagine the Sugar Plum Fairy from E.T.A. Hoffmann’s “The Nutcracker” twirling to Latin music, alternating between salsa and ballet while maintaining the classical repertoire of the original production.
Trinity Allen is the top-ranked American in her age group and 59-kilogram weight class, ranked No. 22 in the World Karate Federation. In December she will compete in Italy, itching for a chance to join the US Olympic team when karate makes its debut at the 2020 Games in Tokyo.
Summerlin teen Nana Sarfo was 3 when she started collecting toy pets from Hasbro’s Littlest Pet Shop (LPS), a toy franchise that arose in the early ’90s.
In September, eight Faith Lutheran students visited Kenya through a partnership with World Vision, a Christian nonprofit that provides aid to impoverished countries.
Joseph Frank was about a year old the night Nazi troops raided his home and detained his father during Kristallnacht, a two-day massacre throughout Germany in which about 100 Jews were killed and their communities were left in ruins.
More than a year after it was closed for safety reasons, the Army Corps of Engineers is slated to start work in early December on a complete replacement for the crumbling wooden boardwalk.
Las Vegas Valley hosts a frightening flock of family-friendly fun including haunted houses, carnivals and trick-or treat experiences.