A principal, a doctor, a small business owner met Tuesday and discussed how to work with police to build safer neighborhoods around the valley.
Opened in 1955, the Moulin Rouge was the first racially integrated resort in Las Vegas.
A local couple has created a Facebook group for the Black community that they found was lacking representation when they moved to Henderson.
Marquita Duren of Tailgate Social leads by example and puts her spin on sports bar food while helming the Palace Station eatery.
Fifteen retired Black employees of the Metropolitan Police Department are sharing their experiences with the agency as part of a new video project, which Metro says is believed to be the first of its kind.
Supreme Court Justice Patricia Lee was appointed in November as the high court’s first Black woman and Asian-American justice.
A lounge at the base of a downtown Las Vegas high rise has become a staple for tourists, politicians and upstairs neighbors.
The study compared data from 133 of the country’s largest cities, examining factors like median household income, homeownership rate, education level, and labor force participation rate.
Fifteen Black residents were honored Tuesday by Clark County for their contributions to Las Vegas during a ceremony celebrating Black History Month.
Culinary Local 226 Vice President Leain Vashon has been part of the union for more than 40 years.
“I love having a job where it’s part of my job to be of service,” said Rachel Anderson, who was the first Black general counsel for the Nevada attorney general’s office.
Javon Johnson’s short film “Voicemails to My Future Self Vol. 1” is based on his 2013 poem “‘Cuz He’s Black”
“I don’t look at the world in black and white,” said Dr. Fermin Leguen, who leads the Southern Nevada Health District.
The initiative of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Foundation is to forge relationships between the Southern Nevada Black community and local law enforcement.