Should Nevada voters legalize recreational marijuana come Nov. 8, the penalties for the drug’s average recreational user will see a massive overhaul, but in practice, policing of the drug won’t change much.
The traffic closures known as Car-nado are to begin at 10 p.m. Wednesday, hitting Nevada’s busiest freeway intersection with a maelstrom of construction activity, followed by detours and clogged roads in downtown Las Vegas.
Jim Murren, who told the Review-Journal last week he thought Las Vegas could be home to an NBA franchise within five years, discussed the matter with KNPR-FM, which reported it Wednesday.
Retiring U.S. Sen. Harry Reid expressed optimism about how Democrats will fare on Election Day, attested to the power of the Hispanic vote, and reflected on his career in public office after casting his early ballot Wednesday afternoon.
The state Gaming Control Board confirmed Wednesday that it has made inquiries about a published report that casinos operated by Las Vegas Sands Corp. allowed high-stakes Chinese players to bet millions of dollar using other people’s names.
As Henderson police tried to arrest Martin Gillen at his home in August on a charge of lewdness with a child, the registered sex offender stabbed himself in the throat, saying he did not want to return to prison, according to prosecutors.
About 200 people attending a two-day conference on the business side of wildly popular e-sports competitions got the first look at the 15,000-square-foot arena space under construction at downtown’s Neonopolis.
Nearly two-thirds of likely Nevada voters support a countywide ballot measure that would require motorists to pay more at the pump over the next decade.
Moped owners are required to pay a one-time registration fee beginning Nov. 1 that won’t require annual renewals, the Department of Motor Vehicles said Wednesday.
Light-rail lines, driverless vehicles and partnerships with ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are being studied as options to move residents and tourists in busy areas around the Strip and beyond.
Four men were indicted Wednesday on multiple charges involving a fraudulent tow truck operation in Las Vegas, according tothe Nevada attorney general’s office.
Former All-American now in ninth season leading women’s basketball program.