Las Vegas police arrested California fugitive Nicholas Boland twice last week, wanted in connection with a kidnapping case by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department. But in Las Vegas, you could call it the case of the hidden key.
It’s been 10 years since Natalee Holloway vanished while on a high school graduation trip to Aruba, and after a decade of false hopes and dead ends, her father has never stopped looking for her.
New Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway, a 128-acre complex along the Kyle Canyon Wash, officially opens to the public Saturday morning.
Most of the nation’s airlines are showing a renewed confidence in Las Vegas as a revenue-generating destination, adding seats to the market and boosting passenger visitation to McCarran International Airport in April.
Happy National Hamburger Day! Time to celebrate — and maybe do something a little more adventurous than slapping a plain ol’ boring patty on the grill. Here are five recipes to help make the day.
New York Mets rookie pitcher Noah Syndergaard — aka “Thor” for his stature, blonde hair and last name that sounds like the superhero’s home planet of Asgard — hammered his first big-league home run in Wednesday’s 7-0 win over the Phillies.
With an official high of 97, Thursday was the hottest day the Las Vegas Valley has seen so far this year.
Howie Mandel, Dwight Howard, Marshawn Lynch, Jeff Dunham and Gabriel Iglesias visit during the new all-celebrity season.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio paid his first campaign visit to Nevada on Thursday, presenting a 20-minute press conference outside downtown Las Vegas’ famed Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
What is there for an American professional basketball player competing overseas to do when the season ends and they are free to party in Tblisi, Georgia? Apparently, get really drunk and start ranting about their college career.
A man was in serious condition Thursday after being shot several times the night before in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
The United States has infuriated some of its closest allies in recent years by fining their banks and spying on their citizens. But a crackdown on graft at soccer’s global governing body is winning wide applause abroad.