A notice to licensed gaming properties released Thursday evening states that restaurants that meet requirements set forth by the Governor’s Office may reopen but must get confirmation from the state Gaming Control Board before they can do so.
Max Michor covers all things violent and weird after dark in Vegas. He was born and raised in the northwest valley and graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2017.
An hour before the opening, retail employees bustled inside a handful of stores while cleaning staff did one last sweep of the outdoor mall.
NV Energy’s Gemini Solar Project, which will be built east of Interstate 15 along the road to Valley of Fire State Park, comes with a $1 billion price tag.
Barstow, California, Kingman, Arizona, and St. George, Utah, all under varying restrictions due to COVID-19, reveal commonalities and contrasts in life under the coronavirus.
Mesquite nurse Susan Yowell, 64, spent a month in New York City after she saw Gov. Andrew Cuomo on television calling on health care professionals around the country to help.
Visitors, tired of being cooped up at home, swarmed Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Saturday after the park opened to annual pass holders.
Attorney David Koch and his 18-year-old son, Mason, hiked up Black Mountain in Henderson to place lights as a show of support for their community during the pandemic.
Local parents and their divorce attorneys are struggling to come up with compromises while following their court-ordered agreements in the age of COVID-19.
The local branch of Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation worked with local teens, medical professionals and nonprofits to launch the campaign on Wednesday.
Clark County released a rebuttal to the results on Monday, calling the ALA’s failing grade for the county “questionable.”
Henderson police arrested a third man in the 2019 slaying of a local rapper during a home invasion.
Tax revenue in Clark County and the state are expected to fall to historic lows after the coronavirus pandemic brought Nevada’s tourism industry to a sudden halt.
Officials on Monday identified a man killed last month in a drive-by shooting in North Las Vegas and another man arrested in connection with his death.
On March 26, two people walking their dogs discovered the body of 23-year-old Michael Yeshitela near a pedestrian path at Silverado Ranch Park.
The woman was hit around 7:30 p.m. after she tried to cross diagonally through the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane, the Metropolitan Police Department said.