Las Vegas Morning Update – Wednesday, June 13
Point guard Dedan Thomas Jr. will forgo his senior season at Liberty to join UNLV for the 2023-24 season
Apple on Monday unveiled a long-rumored headset that will place its users between the virtual and real world, while also testing the technology trendsetter’s ability to popularize new-fangled devices after others failed to capture the public’s imagination.
The defensive linemen was found in a studio bedroom in February.
Microsoft 365 outage and problem reports peaked at almost 18,000 shortly after 11 a.m. Eastern Monday morning, according to outage tracker Downdetector.
Former Vice President Mike Pence filed paperwork on Monday declaring his campaign for president in 2024.
Adamari Ramirez, 19, was shot and killed on Saturday.
An employee said Starbucks did not want to absorb a rent increase, leading the company to close the store.
Garth Brooks headlines at the Colosseum and is often joined by his wife, Trisha Yearwood. Both are now on the walls of Palm Restaurant.
Nevada officials say the company is evading state regulations by making quick stops in California without picking up customers during trips to Las Vegas.
Chef Min Kim of Wynn Las Vegas gets creative at Min’s Test Kitchen. Just don’t call it fusion.
The Golden Knights can take a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup Final when Game 2 against the Florida Panthers begins at 5 p.m. Monday at T-Mobile Arena.
The annual event benefiting Three Square Food Bank runs through June 16 with 225 participants offering prix fixe menus or special promotions.
Closed on South Jones Boulevard since a late March fire, China Mama looks to be opening soon in Shanghai Plaza.
From Star Wars-themed streets to train-themed streets, the Las Vegas Valley has weird street names to spare.
Peremptory challenges are used in civil and family court cases when a litigant wants a case to be randomly assigned to a different judge.
Once the ongoing paving operation — the one causing havoc on the Strip in recent weeks — that is readying the Las Vegas Grand Prix circuit is complete, another major repave is not expected to be necessary for years.
Here’s today’s local and national sports schedule, including television and radio listings.
Cut the 30,000-seat capacity in half to 15,000, which would be more than enough for the beleaguered A’s who average less than 9,000 fans a game.
The permitting process is broken. I would like to see us transition to renewables but, at the same time, we have to live in the real world.
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