The NFL Draft Experience will offer fans the opportunity to participate in immersive exhibits, pose for photos and shop for exclusive merchandise at the NFL Shop, all while taking in the sites and experiences of the lively Strip.
Three members of a family died in a head-on collision on U.S. Highway 95 with a driver under the influence. Bodycam video shows Nye County deputies had questioned the driver who caused the crash but didn’t arrest him, a Review-Journal investigation found.
Our interactive graphic shows the Las Vegas Valley’s building growth by decade, and what the population might look like in 2060. More than 2.3 million people live here now.
Roughly 44,000 service calls and patrols were recorded at Siena Suites, The Suites and Sportsman’s Royal Manor in the past five years, according to an analysis of police data.
Murder weapons are in this vault, and the belongings of the murdered, too. The bottle of sangria found at the scene of a sexual assault is safely stored near the swingset that crushed a boy’s skull, leading to a $20 million civil judgment.
It’s not Halloween but, rather, Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Celebrated Nov. 1 and 2 with much symbolism and iconography, it’s a joyous celebration of life, death, family history and remembrance — as well as an acknowledgment of our own mortality:
As the Las Vegas Raiders sprint onto the field at Allegiant Stadium, Raider Nation rises to greet them, many in intimidating dress and carrying intense attitudes.
David Copperfield’s secret museum of magic in Las Vegas has no windows, yet it offers a sweeping view of the history of magic. And despite its undeniable potential as a ticketed attraction, the museum has never been open to the public.
The Arizona community, south of Las Vegas, is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the London Bridge’s relocation from the U.K. to the desert.
Nevada’s death row houses 64 inmates. Some of them have killed multiple people, including children. Others ended the lives of elderly victims. Some shot police officers or strangers, while others stabbed someone they knew.
Nevada’s death row houses 64 convicted killers, all men, most of whom have been awaiting execution for more than two decades.
With global demand for cleaner energy to power cars, smart homes and phones on the rise, a silvery metal stands to replace the Comstock Lode of yore as the namesake product of the Silver State.
A quilt is warm, soft, inviting, something a grieving family member or still-struggling concertgoer can literally wrap themselves in. And if it’s a handmade quilt, it carries with it the good emotional vibes of its creator.
It was the final chapter of the troubled Las Vegas Strip resort controlled by the mob two decades earlier, then rescued by a big-name entertainer only to fall into ruin.
Harry Claiborne — the Nevada judge who stood up to prosecutors fighting the mob — was charged with bribery and filing false tax returns, and was the first federal judge to be impeached by the House.