Local dignitaries revealed a plaque designating the El Cortez Hotel and Casino on the National Register of Historic Places on Thursday downtown. The hotel becomes one of nearly 80,000 properties listed on the NRS. The business opened in 1941 making it the oldest continuously operated casino in Las Vegas.
Elizabeth Warren told a campaign rally Friday in Las Vegas she’s ready to take on President Donald Trump, as Democratic presidential candidates campaigned around the state on the day before’s Nevada’s caucuses.
State officials issued a health advisory late Friday urging people to avoid 20 more tainted marijuana products sold at locations across the state in a continuation of a probe of a Las Vegas marijuana testing lab.
A new $17 million Clark County School District human resources system has made it harder for principals to hire teachers in a district facing its highest vacancy rate in years.
A volunteer said he brought concerns over the Democratic party’s caucus plans into the open to spur officials into sharing more information and being more open with the public.
Stephanie Bell, senior director of cruelty case work with PETA’s cruelty investigations department, said no matter what is used to keep the hats on the bird’s heads, no way is acceptable.
Rancho High School’s band faces a new roadblock as it strives to reach even higher levels — the financial burden of traveling to national and international festivals.
A driver was arrested on suspicion of DUI Friday morning after he crashed into a school bus transporting 50 students, police said.
President Donald Trump capped his four-day trip to the West with a noon campaign rally at the Las Vegas Convention Center, a day ahead of the Nevada Democratic caucuses.
Cadwallader Middle School is warning families about marijuana use and sales in a neighboring park after the weekend incident.
The Nevada State Democratic Party revealed new details Friday about the result reporting process established for this weekend’s caucuses.