Seven Magic Mountains, the rock-art sculpture off Interstate 15 south of Sloan received a fresh coat of paint during a three-week restoration.
They’re known as entertainers, chefs, business people and Nevada’s governor. But their most significant role is as a father.
Prosecutors had asked a judge to increase the $100,000 bail for Cadesha Bishop, 25, saying she has a history of violence.
The final paving and striping for Project Neon, the nearly $1 billion, 4-mile-long widening of I-15 from the Spaghetti Bowl to Sahara Avenue will wreak havoc with many Las Vegas drivers this week.
Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada donated 3,600 boxes of cookies to Metropolitan Police Department headquarters in Las Vegas Wednesday.
The new position is effective Wednesday, subject to customary regulatory approvals.
Wynn Nightlife will be closing its doors to Intrigue Nightclub Saturday.
Reliever Brian Schlitter picked up the win for Las Vegas, working two innings and giving up Reno’s two eighth-inning runs.
It makes sense that Nevada’s existing medical care providers want to handicap new competitors. That doesn’t mean elected officials should be doing their bidding.
The GLCCNV can certify a company as an LGBTQ Business Enterprise, which makes it possible for businesses with gay ownership to meet diversity requirements.
Franklin Barreto singled in two runs and Mark Payton drove in a pair on his eighth home run of the season as the Aviators used a six-run first inning to power past the Fresno Grizzlies 11-2 in a Pacific Coast League contest Sunday at Las Vegas Ballpark.