December 1, 2016 - 9:30 am
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Reid International is bracing for an influx of passengers, and Fourth of July room rates have held steady from earlier this month. So expect lots of weekend visitors.
Marijuana consumption lounges might begin to spring up as early as this year, and state officials on Tuesday took a crucial step into making that timeline possible by approving regulations for such businesses.
Police body cameras captured officers evacuating residents from apartments during a massive, fast-spreading fire in downtown Las Vegas.
The nonpartisan policy center — which became affiliated with the University of Nevada, Reno, in July 2021 — named Dana Bennett to the role, the university announced Tuesday.
Many nonprofits are operating Phantom Fireworks booths in the Las Vegas Valley as a way to raise funds.
A train car briefly caught fire in downtown Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon.
Clark County Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria discussed claims of fraud that were brought up last week as the county certified the results of the primary election.
Home prices are still logging huge year-over-year gains, making it all the more expensive to buy a place as people also face higher costs for gas and other daily goods.
Some desert bighorn sheep from Nevada have been given an important mission: Help rebuild a neighboring state’s bighorn population.