The 4,000 or so attendees at the Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) Black & White Party know how to misbehave. The dress code for this shindig should be, “Thongs Optional.”
Experts disagree on exactly when Las Vegas will see self-driving cars, but state officials say Nevada’s policies are ready for their commercial debut.
Some local taxi drivers worry about their jobs as the development of autonomous vehicles becomes increasingly advanced.
A pair of deadly attacks in which people have driven cars through crowds has increased the urgency for Clark County to install hundreds of steel posts along the Las Vegas Strip.
Circus Circus is looking for creepy clowns, monsters and ghosts for hire.
A Las Vegas police officer was taken to the hospital with minor injuries Thursday morning after a getting into a scuffle with a larceny suspect on the Strip.
Two people are in custody after shots were fired early Thursday morning on the Las Vegas Strip.
In his residency at Flamingo Las Vegas, Richard Marx strums his guitar and plays piano through his many hits.
The Clark County Fire Department responded to a fire near Circus Circus on Monday afternoon.
Barry Manilow headlined the Las Vegas Hilton and Paris Las Vegas from 2004-2012.
About 1,000 sword-fighting enthusiasts gathered at the Flamingo to take classes, attend panels and presentations, watch demonstrations, and compete in historical European martial arts practices during this weekend’s CombatCon.
Cementing their affiliation with the city, Human Nature has signed on to perform its “Jukebox” show through March 2019.
The Hard Rock Cafe closed Dec. 31 after a 26-year run. Something is finally planned for that parcel.
Andrew Dice Clay achieves a balancing act that has made him a comedy star for decades.
Clark County has hired a broadband planning company to help regulate anticipated contracts with major wireless carriers.