Las Vegas is hosting its first Super Bowl. Here’s your guide to Super Bowl 58 and the events around Las Vegas and Allegiant Stadium.
A cottage industry of private administrators, real estate agents, house-flippers and others cashed in on homes across Southern Nevada after the owners died.
Some of Detective Kevin LaPeer’s fellow officers accused him of hurling a racial slur and urging the killing of Mexicans and Black Lives Matter protesters.
A Dec. 13 opening will mark new chapter for the north Strip hotel-casino, whose saga of construction began in 2005 and saw years of delays.
Facts and trivia about Fontainebleau Las Vegas
MLB owners have voted to allow the Oakland Athletics to relocate to Las Vegas. They bring 123 years of MLB history. Here are some highlights — and lowlights — that have made them one of the most unique franchises in pro sports.
As we wait for news of the Tropicana’s demise, take a look back at the 14 implosions that have changed the face of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas’ newest cutting-edge arena is ready to debut on the Strip. Here’s everything you need to know about the Sphere, inside and out.
The Three Affiliated Tribes acquired 23 acres along Las Vegas Boulevard, but some tribal citizens believe money could be better spent on the reservation.
As municipalities race to keep up with the growing demand for public pickleball courts, the city of Las Vegas is planning a 32-court complex in the northwest.
Once among the most upscale properties on the Strip, a gilded treasure box of showgirls and celebrities, a destination spot in a destination city, the Trop courts a different clientele these days.
Tucked under the mountains on the skyline of Amargosa Valley is an uncommon sight in the southwest: sprawling acres of green grass full of spotted cows.
From EDC to Life is Beautiful to Lovers & Friends and more, it’s boom time for festivals in Las Vegas.
Years after officials shut down a Nye County boarding school, another facility on the same property is facing allegations that have led to fines and criminal charges.
James Hartley’s body was found in grave so shallow that his hand protruded through the soil, waving at traffic near what is now Harry Reid International Airport. Nearly 69 years later, no arrests have been made in his death.