Legendary Las Vegas performer Liberace will have a street named after him over three decades after his death.
Mick joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal as transportation reporter in November 2018. He previously worked at the Las Vegas Sun covering a variety of beats including transportation, business, gaming, and city and county government. Prior to that, he worked at the Pahrump Valley Times, where he was named the Nevada Press Association’s Outstanding Journalist in the intermediate category for his coverage of the Lamar Odom brothel overdose situation, rural healthcare and more. Mick was born in Texas but grew up in Las Vegas, attending UNLV’s Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies where he was a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha National Journalism Society.
Oakland mayor-elect Sheng Thao has said she will make keeping the A’s in Oakland a priority, but wants to ensure a fair deal for the city and its residents.
While there was some improvement in traffic backups last weekend, it wasn’t the “immediate relief” motorists expected when promised last year by the states’ top officials.
Residents and visitors should plan for traffic impacts in Las Vegas because of the Pac-12 championship, Sunday Raiders game and NFR events.
The 2023 NFL Pro Bowl Games will feature several skills competitions, culminating in a trio of flag football games at Allegiant Stadium.
The USC Trojans-Utah Utes Pac-12 championship game Friday at Allegiant Stadium is expected to draw a nearly sold out crowd.
Both MGM Resorts, who operated the Mirage, and the NCAA said they had no role in the tournament’s operations, with that being the responsibility of the event’s promoter.
Multiple Southern Nevada locations are set to see wrong-way driver detection systems installed after they proved successful across the state.
Although likely in the works well before this season began, some fans took the filing the wrong way, since the Raiders haven’t done much winning this season.
Easing the financial strain of higher turkey costs, gas prices are falling across the country as the Thanksgiving Day holiday approaches.
About 55 million people are expected to travel nationwide for Thanksgiving, a 1.5 percent increase over 2021, according to AAA.
Ride hailing giant Lyft and the Nevada Coalition for Zero Fatalities are offering discounted rides for the Thanksgiving weekend.