The National Rifle Association dubbed it a “secret” meeting, but hundreds of gun rights supporters showed up to express their opposition to a bill that would implement Nevada’s stalled expanded background checks initiative.
Vying for a seat on the Las Vegas City Council, former Assemblywoman Olivia Diaz has scored high-profile endorsements from Nevada’s two U.S. senators, reinforcing her political clout and influential connections ahead of April’s primary election.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority tightened ethics, travel and gift card policies after several employees, including former CEO Rossi Ralenkotter, were caught using airline cards for personal trips.
Here’s a look at five big houses in the Las Vegas Valley that were repossessed by lenders or bought at foreclosure auctions last year, as shown in Clark County records.
One Las Vegas visitor left the city with arguably a bit more money than he had when he came.
Ben Gotz and Elaine Emerson go over which teams to look out for in the playoffs and which teams will likely make it to the championships.
A Las Vegas man who enticed an autistic girl to send him sexually explicit photographs was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in federal prison.
A hearing on legislation to implement Nevada’s sidelined background checks initiative seesawed through testimony Tuesday from hundreds of supporters and opponents who chiseled away at each other’s arguments for an entire day.
Station Casinos executives are more confident than ever in the Las Vegas locals market, reporting on Tuesday the company’s best fourth-quarter net revenue and adjusted cash flow in more than a decade.
A 32-year-old North Las Vegas man who suffers from bipolar disorder and acute paranoid schizophrenia has been missing since Saturday night, police said.