President Joe Biden will present the medals at the White House next week.
L.A.-based Yächtley Crëw is bringing its 34-city tour to Las Vegas. Expect expert musicianship and high energy on Kaos’ high seas.
“If you are reading this message, you’ll know that I’m gone,” a statement on his Facebook page read.
My favorite thing every day is, ‘What am I going to have for dinner?’” says the 22-year-old star of the new film “The Princess,” out Friday on Hulu.
Barrett-Jackson is presenting about 650 cars, all with “no reserve” listings, including a Corvette designed by Paul Stanely.
Fallen R&B superstar R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison Wednesday for using his fame to subject young fans — some just children — to systematic sexual abuse.
Veteran broadcast journalist Dave Courvoisier announced on the air Tuesday he is stepping down from his anchor spot at KTNV Channel 13.
The Who was in town to begin a three-month North American tour at the Hard Rock Hotel.
Vegas Golden Knights fan favorite William Karlsson and his fiancée, former “Bachelor” contestant Emily Ferguson, got their marriage license Saturday afternoon.
Derek Hough, alongside his fiancee Hayley Ebert, is the only dance pro to headline on the Strip.
Jeff Ross is bringing his roast-centric, stand-up show to Virgin Hotel on Friday night.
Steve Martin and Martin Short have played Las Vegas Strip venues for 11 years, but never the Encore Theater.
The King of Rock and Roll only performed at two Vegas hotel-casinos over his career, but he left his mark on the city.
Primus co-founder Les Claypool’s first Rush show was in November 1978 at the Cow Palace in San Francisco.