Regent Byron Brooks spent taxpayers’ dollars producing a letter claiming transparency, but he did not return calls to discuss the letter or the actions of universities.
Refresh often for minute-to-minute updates on all of Saturday’s NCAA Tournament action — live line movement, props, halftime bets and more.
The Golden Knights will welcome a pair of former players back to T-Mobile Arena on Saturday in a key game in the Western Conference standings.
The girl, who may be suffering from severe emotional distress, was last seen Friday night in the 7400 block of West Russell Road.
Storms that dropped possibly dozens of tornadoes killed at least 18 people across the South and Midwest.
Nevada Preservation Foundation’s Home + History tours offer a chance to get a glimpse into some of the valley’s most unique neighborhoods. Once home to some of Las Vegas’ movers and shakers, the Beverly Green neighborhood tour is always a highlight of the series.
New residents should plant older varieties that are known successes until they get the hang of growing vegetables in this climate.
Tom Burns started his role as executive director of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development on Jan. 30, succeeding Michael Brown.
The White Sands Motel, built in the 1950s during Las Vegas’ mafia days, is a run-down property across from the Luxor that many people likely don’t even realize is there.
Las Vegas’ famed casino corridor is a highly lucrative and competitive tourism market, where massive resorts offer extensive and ever-changing menus of amenities.
Las Vegas could see a high nudging toward 80 on Sunday before cold and windy conditions return next week, says the National Weather Service.
Nevada Republicans spoke out in support of former President Donald Trump, while Nevada Democrats emphasized holding all people accountable for their actions.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Check out the scores and top performers from Friday’s high school baseball and softball action.
A woman died Friday after falling out of the passenger side of a pickup truck that kept on driving while on a street south of Vegas Drive near Jones Boulevard.
Perhaps one day the environmental movement will explain this internal contradiction.
Governor’s bills in Carson City deserve support.
The bills that the Legislature is considering have nothing to do with voter suppression and everything to do with voter integrity.
Does incarceration deprive people of their humanity to the point they lose the basic right not to be treated like animals?
Two minors were shot by police at Western High School last year.