Golden Entertainment executives are on the prowl for “smaller, bite-sized” assets.
Cierra Burdick said she’s grateful to join the Aces and reunite with coach Bill Laimbeer, with whom she has a ‘love-hate relationship’ but also mutual respect.
Lawmakers from the District of Columbia and Maryland are seeking the removal of a plaque honoring a former U.S. senator from Nevada who voiced ardent white supremacist views.
This fall Frontier Airlines is set to furlough 245 employees based out of McCarran International Airport.
Water park cites public health guidelines in canceling Neon Night event.
Sprouts Farmers Market, whose stores traditionally roast these seasonal peppers each August, won’t this year because of COVID-19, but fans can get roasted chile at Carlito’s Burritos.
The SUV driver that fatally struck two 16-year-old Las Vegas girls Monday night admitted to using drugs earlier in the day, according to an arrest report.
Nevada U.S. Attorney Nicholas Trutanich pointed to a rise in reports of abuse this year and said 26 percent of homicides in the past six months were tied to domestic violence.
The hockey bettor had six underdogs: Florida (+175), Arizona (+185), Tampa Bay (+155), Colorado (+115), Montreal (+220) and Chicago (+185). Four games were decided by a goal.
Rod Pardey Sr. won World Series of Poker events in 1991 and 1994 in his specialty, seven-card stud. He died Saturday in Reno.
Saturday’s $1 million Travers Stakes at Saratoga, usually the next big thing for 3-year-olds after the Triple Crown, this year lands smack dab in the middle of the series.
The Boyd School of Law opened in 1998, but the path to its creation began nearly three decades earlier with a feasibility study in 1972.
Gov. Steve Sisolak named a new acting director of DETR and announced the leader of a rapid response team on unemployment insurance at a press briefing Thursday afternoon.
A “mind-control” fungus found in cicadas forces males to mimic female mating behavior and spread infection and has been seen in populations across the U.S.
A food distribution event for Las Vegas families in need prompted a long line of motorists to form on a busy roadway early Thursday, with demand far exceeding supply.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.