The June 20 blaze, near the 215 Beltway and South Buffalo Drive, burned for four days, taking down all but one building at the complex.
The Durango Casino Resort will feature 200 hotel rooms, convention, meeting space, a resort pool, outdoor social areas and free parking.
Cyanobacteria, more commonly known as “blue green algae,” was detected in the park, and its cyanotoxins can cause harm to humans and animals if touched or ingested.
The beloved restaurant and bakery, a Hawaiian institution, will be the first one to open outside Hawaii.
Nestled down in the belly of Spring Valley in southwest Las Vegas, UnCommons sits as a unique real estate experiment for the city.
The York fire started in the Mojave National Preserve on Friday afternoon.
Before it hits a glass, water taken directly from Lake Mead, the Colorado River or the underground water table must run through two Southern Nevada Water Authority facilities.
Foxtail Coffee Co., founded in Florida, is expanding to the West for the first time.
Henderson has activated its cooling stations in response to this weekend’s heat warning. Clark County said it would activate its stations Friday.
An Amtrak train carrying nearly 200 passengers struck a truck and derailed on Wednesday in Southern California.
Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream is opening its newest location next week in the southwest Las Vegas Valley
After a man died after falling off the Grand Canyon West resort’s Skywalk earlier this month, the resort says it will continue to review its safety measures.
The blaze, near South Buffalo Drive and the 215 Beltway, engulfed and destroyed a building under construction Tuesday, with the flames visible for miles.
The unidentified man was 33 years old.