A man accused of attacking three black people on the Strip and shouting “White power!” and “Donald Trump!” is not facing a hate crime charge. Originally booked on a battery hate crime charge, Manuel Contreras is now facing three counts of misdemeanor battery with no hate crime enhancements.
Jerry Lopez can play anything by ear, except when he can’t hear, which happened while on tour with Ricky Martin.
Zoning discussions about a planned expansion of the Las Vegas Monorail have been postponed again and moved to the Dec. 20 meeting of the Clark County Commission.
The pedestrian struck and killed Monday afternoon by a vehicle on the Strip has been identified as Vivian Valentine, 62, of Las Vegas.
Austin “Chumlee” Russell says he has learned from a weapons arrest in March and is focused once more on his TV show and charitable efforts.
Police arrested eight people on Saturday during a protest on the Las Vegas Strip.
A woman is dead after being hit by a vehicle Monday afternoon on the Strip, Las Vegas police said.
An intoxicated man yelled “white power” after a fight with three black men at a bus stop near Palazzo and Sands Avenue early Monday morning, Las Vegas police said.
After becoming the world’s fastest man to finish all six World Major Marathons in a calendar year, Michael Wardian decided to celebrate by trying to tackle a Guinness World Record.
Cecily Vivers didn’t know which made her more nervous — running a marathon or getting married.
For many, running events can be deeply personal. For Alexandra Charpentier of Austin, Texas, that’s certainly the case.
Demonstrators gathered in the Linq parking lot before marching up the Las Vegas Strip to the Trump International Hotel, where they protested against President-elect Donald Trump.
Autumn de Forest’s signature includes a heart hovering over the second “U” of her first name. Considering that she turned 15 a few weeks ago, that’s not much of a surprise.
Michael Jerlecki is plotting “Palms 2.0,” starting with the very chairs customers occupy at poker machines.
Clint Holmes, Wayne Newton, Earl Turner and Frankie Scinta were among the current Vegas performers who ignited what is considered the city’s greatest charity show 15 years ago today.