“It’s just been a rough year,” Principal Travis Warnick told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday. “Thankfully we’re a pretty tightknit family, and we’ve leaned on each other to get through.”
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo is creating a new, centralized gang crimes unit, Las Vegas police said Tuesday afternoon.
New federal rules on enforcement of U.S. immigration laws issued Tuesday echoed across the Las Vegas Valley, with undocumented immigrants and their advocates expressing fears of widespread roundups and supporters of President Donald Trump’s applauding his get-tough policy.
An aging Las Vegas neighborhood would have more protections from gaming development, under a bill in the Nevada Legislature.
For sale: the historic Williams Costume Co., with more than 60 years of history, thousands of handmade costumes and an unusual inventory.
The average driver spent 21.6 hours sitting in traffic during peak commuting times all of last year in Las Vegas, ranking 333rd out of 1,064 cities around the globe, according to a report released Monday by Inrix, a transportation analysis company in Kirkland, Washington.
The rapid-fire expansion of Smoke’s Poutinerie coast-to-coast hit a roadblock here with its location at Pawn Plaza near the world-famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
The shooting death of a 17-year-old boy Sunday evening at a basketball court marks the fourth known death of a Shadow Ridge High School student since August.
Tickets are on sale Monday for Lady Gaga’s second “Joanne World Tour” stop at T-Mobile Arena on Dec. 16 as her worldwide tour ends.
About 50 people attended an anti-Trump rally on Presidents Day outside the Lloyd George U.S. Courthouse in downtown Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police found Jared Medina’s body on Jan. 5 on West Lake Mead Boulevard. First responders did not notice any signs of trauma, but an autopsy the next day showed he had been shot in the back.