One of Las Vegas Valley’s busiest roads is getting improvements aimed at increasing safety and residents can provide input through May 21.
Assemblywoman Annie Black, Air Force veteran Sam Peters and Las Vegas City Council aide Chance Bonaventura are running to unseat Rep. Steven Horsford.
Fifteen Republicans are fighting in the June primary for the chance to unseat incumbent Gov. Steve Sisolak in November.
The Lovers & Friends music festival on the Strip was temporarily paused following a panic in the crowd for unknown reasons.
Robbery and larceny charges have been dismissed in the case against a professional gambler involved in an altercation at Resorts World.
Candlelighters is a local nonprofit that was founded in 1978 to provide emotional support, quality of life programs, and financial assistance for children diagnosed with cancer and their families.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who threw a rock through the window of a vehicle, injuring two elderly women.
The fifth-largest school district in the country has had more than 5,700 calls for service regarding fights, batteries or assaults on campuses this school year.
Joshua Sanchez-Lopez, 32, was arrested Monday in Las Vegas and is being held at the Clark County Detention Center.
Airport officials are hopeful, however, that the popular Sunset Road viewing area will open in the not-too-distant future.
Woman suspected of stealing hundreds of thousands from two dental offices.
A student at Foothill High School was arrested on Wednesday after an assault on a teacher.
A worker killed last month at a construction site in the northwest valley died from suffocation and mechanical asphyxia.
The Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens has unveiled its “Flights of Fancy” spring display on the Strip.
To celebrate hosting the NFL draft, the Raiders along with Clark County Commission Chairman Jim Gibson and Clark County Commissioner Michael Naft are turning the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign silver and black.