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‘The Trilogy Tour’ unites three multigenerational superstars for the first time.
Olympic gold medalist and two-weight world champion boxer Andre Ward debuts his documentary “S.O.G.: The Book of Ward” on Friday on Showtime.
A simple scroll through social media tells the story: Hockey fans outside of Las Vegas generally don’t like the Golden Knights.
Visitor volume and hotel occupancy rates were flat in April, while convention attendance and room rates were down in a tough comparison to April last year.
“Ted” actor Mark Wahlberg met with Nevada lawmakers Wednesday in a bid to support legislation creating a multibillion-dollar film tax credit program.
Las Vegas businessman Michael Borden claims that Golden Knights goalie Robin Lehner misled him on his ability to repay million in loans, according to a recent court filing.
The Big Ten returns for the 2023 Las Vegas Bowl, which will be played in December at Allegiant Stadium. Oregon State defeated Florida in last year’s game.
Kathy Edgerton, 69, and Antonio Perez, 52, were found dead Sunday in the 4800 block of Odysseus Avenue.
The UNLV football team announced its national television schedule for the upcoming season, featuring games on CBS, ESPN and Fox networks.
Police Det. Gilberto Valenzuela testified that Officer Tierney Tomburo was in her right on Sept. 10 to fire at Gabriel Charles.
A downtown eatery that specialized in doughnuts from the norm to the eclectic has closed its doors after seven years.
A new report from online real estate brokerage Redfin showed investor homes sales in Las Vegas dropped even more dramatically than the national average.
Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is the odds-on favorite to win the NBA Finals MVP and lead Denver to its first NBA championship by beating the Miami Heat.
The LVCVA will spend $99.5 million for advertising, $23.7 million for marketing and $69.9 million for special events in the 2023-24 fiscal year.
If Jimmy Garoppolo fails his physical, the Raiders’ options at quarterback are limited. Here’s a look at moves they could make.
Sarina Ali, a seventh grader at the private Omar Haikal Islamic Academy, misspelled “toluene” during round four of the Scripps National Spelling Bee on Wednesday.
The majority of tickets being purchased for Game 1 and 2 at T-Mobile Arena on TickPick are coming from Panthers fans.
Police are seeking a man in connection with an armed robbery of a business this month in the southwest Las Vegas Valley.
A Las Vegas judge scheduled a sentencing hearing for a woman who has been arrested on suspicion of DUI seven times in Clark County.
NV Energy maintains it needs more direction from the state Legislature on how it should reduce its reliance on the expensive energy open market.