Cowa Robot showcases the Rover Speed, luggage that follows its owner. (Caroline Brehman/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Authorities said the suspect, Audrey Hale, was not on their radar before the attack.
Life is Beautiful is turning 10, and the festival will celebrate with a band that helped start it all.
Elvis Costello due back in Vegas for the first time since 2019, at Pearl at the Palms.
The 4.2 million passengers served at the Las Vegas airport in February puts it on a pace to surpass 51 million in 2023, which would be a record.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board reported win of $1.24 billion in February, an 11.2 percent increase from February 2022.
A person was killed Tuesday morning after a fatal crash in northwest Las Vegas.
Plus: a lavish dinner with chef Michael Mina on the Strip, and dining to help folks with disabilities.
The Thai restaurant, a Las Vegas institution, most recently expanded in November 2022 to Red Rock Resort.
Construction crews recently turned the low-slung Cable Center Shops, Boulevard food court and outdoor Fatburger eatery with slushie bar into piles of rubble.
The EV Charging Summit and Expo wants to become a national trade show that grows with the EV industry.
Nevada motorists have over $4 million in unclaimed technology fee refunds to recover from the state DMV.
The Golden Knights won’t be on broadcast TV for an important Pacific Division game against the Edmonton Oilers on Tuesday night at T-Mobile Arena.
Several plane crashes over the past 80 years in the Las Vegas area had double-digit fatalities.
Central Las Vegas may reach 70 on Tuesday, which would be just the fifth 70-degree or better high of the month.
Omarion Wilson, who was killed Saturday night, was being mourned on social media.
Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said the fire was started by migrants inside the facility in protest after learning they would be deported.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Too many kids are content to sit alone in their rooms endlessly texting each other or consuming TikTok.
Las Vegas area businesses are nickel-and-diming everyone to death.
The dangers of being alone and unarmed in Death Valley.