A woman died after a vehicle backed up and struck her near the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign late Sunday night, police said.
A man was taken into custody at a Henderson casino after he was found with his wife’s body in his vehicle late Saturday night, Las Vegas police said.
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High winds will fire up Sunday afternoon in the Las Vegas Valley and continue until Monday night, the National Weather Service said.
Naida Parson, senior pastor at New Antioch Christian Fellowship, had a message for the crowd gathered Saturday at the Springs Preserve’s Black History Month Festival in Las Vegas. Black history should be celebrated over more than just the month of February, she told festival attendees.
City Council needs to understand how additional regulations and other changes would affect our rural way of life.
I have to wonder if convention planners are taking their business elsewhere as word gets out that Las Vegas is no longer a bargain.
Vegas beat the Canadiens 6-3 before 18,122 at T-Mobile Arena on Saturday, taking over the top overall spot in the NHL with 82 points.
The three-year program, operated in partnership with the UNLV School of Medicine, will accept six new students annually.
Las Vegas police are investigating a serious-injury crash Saturday night near Russell Road and the Las Vegas Strip.
The Las Vegas Mob Museum needs to open a new exhibit. It’s government employee unions, not mobsters like Al Capone, who’ve mastered the art of the shakedown. That’s what the Service Employees International Union Local 1107 is trying to do right now to Clark County taxpayers.