October 3, 2017 - 6:47 pm
Las Vegas taxi driver Cori Langdon heard gunshots on the Strip and picked up passengers fleeing the mass shooting scene at the Route 91 Harvest Festival and Mandalay Bay.
The Southern Nevada Health District on Monday reported 14,559 new COVID-19 cases and 39 deaths over weekend.
Stocks finished a volatile day slightly higher on Monday after reversing a steep slide precipitated by uncertainty over the Federal Reserve and Ukraine.
Wes Edens, co-CEO of Fortress Investment Group, which owns the high-speed passenger rail line Brightline, said he expects to break ground on the project by the end of the year.
The biannual Las Vegas Market trade show — which gathers buyers and hundreds of vendors — kicked off Sunday and runs through Thursday with pandemic-era masking requirements.
The State Department on Sunday ordered the families of all American personnel at the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine to leave the country amid heightened fears of a Russian invasion.
Army veteran Sam Brown went from obscurity to raising more than $2 million in one of the nation’s key political contests. He wants to keep the momentum going.
Nevada’s top law enforcement officer won’t say whether he is investigating the state Republican Party’s attempt to send illegitimate electoral votes to the nation’s capital.
It was the first three-day decline in the 14-day average of new cases since early December, adding to evidence that the local surge of the disease is at or near its peak.