Las Vegas woke up to thunderstorms and cooler temperatures across the valley Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service.
A 63-year-old man died in a crash overnight in the western valley after a possible medical episode, Las Vegas police said.
Hainan Airlines — China’s largest privately owned commercial air carrier — announced plans to begin flights between McCarran International Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport in December.
Hillary Clinton is in Las Vegas today, where she will outline her plans for economic growth and job creation.
Dave & Buster’s will open its first location in Las Vegas on Monday at Downtown Summerlin.
George McPhee is the team’s general manager who is devising a plan on how to build the roster to compete early. But who exactly will be cheering for it?
Metro’s new city neighborhood engagement team made 72 felony arrests, 31 misdemeanor arrests and seized 14 firearms during its first month of existence.
A group of four reporters, three editors and a columnist who covered the December sale of the Las Vegas Review-Journal has received an ethics award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
The Democratic presidential candidate is returning to Nevada the week after getting the party’s nomination for president at the convention in Philadelphia.
A $500,000 settlement was awarded Wednesday night to the family of a 38-year-old homeless man who was fatally shot more than two years ago by a North Las Vegas police officer.
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