North Las Vegas police need help locating a 60-year-old man who went missing Tuesday morning.
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With a gray sky showing more visual pollutants than perhaps anytime this week, Clark County air quality was moving into the moderate category Friday morning.
The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will fly over Allegiant Stadium about 5:15 p.m. Monday as the national anthem is played before the Raiders’ home opener.
Louise, a regular visitor from Hawaii, stopped by the Fremont in downtown Las Vegas and hit a jackpot of $789,062 slot jackpot Wednesday — and then added an extra $5,000.
At least five vehicles caught fire on the first level of the Four Queens parking garage early Thursday.
MGM announced Monday that Park MGM and NoMad will be smoke-free facilities when they reopen Sept. 30.
Smoke from wildfires has prompted Clark County to extend a smoke advisory through Thursday.
Smoke from California wildfires will be present in the Las Vegas sky on Friday but should not pose too much of an air quality issue.
Las Vegas Valley residents should have a great weather day Thursday with light winds and highs in the mid-80s, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
Canceled for this year by the virus, one of the five largest annual Las Vegas conventions has been rescheduled for fall 2021 instead of its usual spring timing.
Breezy conditions and temperatures 15 degrees below normal will greet Las Vegas residents Wednesday, according to the latest National Weather Service forecast.
Two people were injured and 11 people were displaced by a fire in North Las Vegas late Tuesday.
Las Vegas Valley residents faced high wind gusts Tuesday morning as a cold front moved into the region.
Las Vegas Valley residents will have to endure one more day of record heat on Labor Day before conditions take a major turn to windy and cool weather.