A Las Vegas-based acrobatic equestrian performing group continues to train every day despite the cancellation of shows because of the coronavirus pandemic.
While testing for COVID-19 is becoming available to more Clark County residents, testing of the homeless remains haphazard even though they are at high risk from the disease.
The market hasn’t collapsed after the coronavirus outbreak shut down much of Southern Nevada’s economy virtually overnight, but tenants have sought rent relief and struggled to pay on time.
The Neon Museum reopened Friday night with sold-out ticket sales and several first-time visitors.
A small group of Henderson residents gathered Friday to start gathering signatures on a petition to get the arena project on the ballot in November.
As the Las Vegas Valley enters the summer months, officials on Friday reminded parents that they should never leave children in cars unattended.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak said Friday that he hasn’t forced people to wear a face covering in hopes that more people would end up doing so voluntarily.
Despite releasing health and safety policies to put workers and guests at ease, Las Vegas casino operators aren’t leaning toward banning smoking in casinos.
The Utah Jazz said Friday that retired Hall of Fame coach Jerry Sloan has died at 78.
In the midst of what Allegiant Stadium project officials are dubbing the “fourth quarter” of the construction process, crews are on track for a July 31 substantial completion date.
Two men were stabbed Thursday morning at a central Las Vegas home, leaving both with life-threatening injuries.
Chinese tourists are some of the most sought-after guests on the Las Vegas Strip, spending roughly 1½ times as much as the average visitor from overseas.
Actress Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have agreed to plead guilty to charges in the college admissions bribery case.