Renderings and actual footage show how the Las Vegas Convention Center is evolving.
A woman with ties to the death of a 24-year-old Las Vegas model whose body was found encased in cement has pleaded guilty to an accessory to murder charge, court records show.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider leasing downtown land to Zappos for a special events facility and public tavern, with an eye-catching centerpiece.
The widow of Bob Bailey, Las Vegas’ first black TV personality and a leader in the desegregation movement, talks about the changes she has seen.
After attracting thousands of extraterrestrial fans from around the world to a rural Nevada desert town, Alienstock organizers are preparing for a second go round.
It’s one of two public workout stations in the city, each offering free, friendly workouts with a smartphone app to help navigate the features.
After an absence of one year in which it was moved to Boulevard Mall, Taste & Sounds of Soul will return to the Fremont Street Experience for its 20th edition.
Early voting in the Nevada Democratic caucuses continues Monday, with sites open throughout the valley.
“It absolutely kills you, knowing that” houses are getting destroyed downstream from the dam, TVA spokesman Jim Hopson told The Associated Press on Monday.