Republican Assemblyman Chris Edwards on Saturday confirmed that Las Vegas police are investigating allegations of attempted extortion in exchange for his vote for Assembly speaker.
He was just 20, not old enough to legally buy a drink at the bar inside the Las Vegas Club, but he could buy a gun at a pawn shop.
Gov. Brian Sandoval warned Friday that if Nevada lawmakers don’t extend sun-setting taxes and approve new tax revenue the state could face across-the-board budget cuts as deep as 20 percent, damaging an already dismal education system.
A 16-year-old boy was the victim of a possible gang-related drive-by shooting Friday night.
This wasn’t what Dave Pilipovich envisioned when fall practice opened back in October.
Princess Elena of Avalor, who will debut next year on Disney Junior’s “Sofia the First,” according to the company, appears to represent a commitment to diversity — which also happens to be a smart business strategy in a country with a burgeoning Latino population.
If you’re looking for the epicenter of the Las Vegas Valley’s housing earthquake, consider the 5-mile stretch of the 215 Beltway from Rainbow Boulevard to Tropicana Avenue that real estate locals call “the curve.”
Some Super Bowl ads knock it out of the park. Most are just OK. And a few are wildly bad. Here are the worst of the worst.
“Puppy Bowl XI,” “Kitten Bowl II,” “Fish Bowl II” even an eight-hour marathon of Las Vegas’ own Property Brothers offer alternatives to the Seahawks-Patriots game.
The Louisiana SPCA says someone overnight Wednesday entered a pen where the goats were held and killed one of them.
A total of 38 lawyers have applied for three judicial District Court seats made vacant by the newly appointed Nevada Court of Appeals.
Former UNLV standouts Devante Davis and Brett Boyko are dealing with injuries as they prepare for the NFL scouting combine on Feb. 17 to 23 in Indianapolis. Those invited to the combine have an excellent chance to be drafted.