A retail and office project with a movie theater is planned across the street from IKEA. The southwest Las Vegas project, called The Bend, would bring entertainment and shops to a fast-growing area. Its name is a spin on The Curve, a failed mixed-use project that was supposed to be built across the street. Many people in real estate refer to this area as “the curve,” as the 215 Beltway curves here. J Dapper, a developer of The Bend
A fire in a recreational vehicle damaged two homes in central Las Vegas early Monday.
A shift in winds should make smoke and haze less of a factor in the Las Vegas sky, according to the National Weather Service.
The New York Times on Sunday revealed that President Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016, the year he won the presidency, and in 2017, his first year in office.
With the end of a grace period for expired vehicle registrations, motorists who waited are discovering they now owe late fees.
With one month of virtual school in the books, Clark County School District students, families and teachers report widely varying experiences with distance learning.
A suspect has been taken into custody by the California Highway Patrol, several hours after a shooting on the Strip late Sunday left one person critically injured and a hotel-casino on lockdown for several hours.
Some Las Vegas Valley private schools say they’ve seen few, if any, COVID-19 cases since opening their doors in August to students for in-person classes.
At age 73, Susan Sarandon is still a rebel. When COVID-19 hit, she locked down with her children and her inner wild child in upstate New York.