The holiday cups have returned to Starbucks and the design is a riff on this year’s holiday theme, with the words “Merry Coffee.”
Dozens of employees at a North Las Vegas shelter lit candles and shed tears to remember victims of domestic violence Thursday night.
The parents of a University of Utah track athlete who was killed by her ex-boyfriend on campus two years ago reached a $13.5 million settlement Thursday with the university, which acknowledged that it didn’t handle the woman’s case properly.
Roughly $32 million is accounted for, a projection that provides a fairly reliable snapshot of the $50 million program’s demand, according to a county spokesperson.
Company failed to properly register four employees with the Nevada Gaming Control Board; one failed registration went unnoticed for nearly 12 years.
Undefeated Seattle, led by -150 NFL MVP favorite Russell Wilson, is coming off a bye, and Arizona is coming off a short week after crushing Dallas 38-10 on Monday night.
David Copperfield owns the largest collection of Houdini artifacts in the world. He’s being honored with his hero in December.
The Raiders again practiced without their starting offensive line, which had been in close contact with tackle Trent Brown before he tested positive for COVID-19.
Aaron Ford, the state’s top law enforcement officer, formed a task force with the U.S. Attorney’s office in April to crack down on COVID-19-related scams.
The Nevada Gaming Commission on Thursday unanimously approved the licensing of the first tribal gaming enterprise to operate a casino in the Las Vegas resort corridor.
A California Highway Patrol officer was wounded and a stolen-car suspect was killed in a gun battle at the end of a pursuit on a highway northeast of Los Angeles on Thursday, authorities said.