Tina Frost, one of the most seriously injured victims of the mass shooting on the Las Vegas Strip, is preparing for surgeries in Maryland necessary for the fitting of a prosthetic eye, according to her family.
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund will begin distributing payments to eligible victims next month — but fund officials have not yet said how much money has been collected.
Half of Clark County’s public buses are streaming live footage from surveillance cameras, providing a vital tool for law enforcement officers in the wake of a standoff on the Strip last year.
John Di Domenico says he’ll attempt to achieve what seems impossible — invoke moments of his Trump impression without creating a political chasm.
A woman died after a vehicle backed up and struck her near the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign late Saturday night, police said.
Sources familiar with booking at the venue pinpoint an August/September launch of a 26-show series for Queen with Adam Lambert.
When the state Gaming Control Board released its statewide gaming win statistics for 2017 in late January, the headline was the 2.8 percent increase from $11.26 billion in 2016 to $11.57 billion for the 336 nonrestricted locations across Nevada.
Law enforcement, faith groups, casino representatives and local homeless support organizations teamed up late Friday on the Las Vegas Strip to combat crime and assist the homeless.
Steve Wynn has been living in a duplex villa at Wynn Resorts overlooking his golf course and valley mountains for the past decade.
Hooters Hotel is hosting a job fair for its newest restaurant, Steak ‘n Shake, which is set to open in the spring.