A Bellagio slots player won a jackpot worth nearly $4 million on a Dancing Drums Explosion video slots machine.
The bottled water company was sued after it was tied to multiple cases of liver failure and one woman’s death in November 2020.
Police spokesman Vernon Davis told the Baltimore Banner that at least four people were shot. Their conditions weren’t immediately known.
A mixed-use building is being proposed in the Arts District that would add more apartments, hotel rooms and commercial space to the area.
This week will see the final race surface paving taking place on Koval Lane between Rochelle Avenue and Westchester Drive.
The council delayed the vote to build a master-planned community with 3,000 homes on top of a 1,100-acre, open-pit mine near Lake Las Vegas.
The Raiders gave UNLV athletics a million reasons to smile Tuesday with a donation earmarked for the football program.
The Nevada State Public Charter School Authority’s board voted to invite five candidates to be interviewed during a public meeting Oct. 13.
A September that was considerably wetter and cooler than normal may not mean a wetter and cooler winter for Las Vegas, the National Weather Service says.
Every year, approximately 500,000 cats and dogs enter shelters when their pet parents experience an emergency or pass away.
The good news: You do not have to wait until Medicare’s annual enrollment period to change your Medicare supplement. You can change it anytime.
Construction and debris removal continue as Mount Charleston works to recover from Tropical Storm Hilary.
Shadow Ridge’s Elaina Smith had 14 kills, 12 digs and three serving aces to lead the Mustangs to a three-set win over Faith Lutheran on Sept. 27.
Oscar Mayer is bringing its iconic 27-foot-long vehicle to the Las Vegas Valley.
Arbor View soccer player Hunter LaPointe scored five goals and registered an assist in a 6-2 win over Green Valley.
Alissa Kelly had many hot stories over a 20-year career as a leading Las Vegas PR rep.
The 42-year-old actor plays a guitar teacher in need of some inspiration in his latest film, “Flora and Son.”
A new Clark County ordinance bans sidewalk vendors from operating near resort hotels and facilities with high seating capacity.