The STRAT hopes updates will drive more people to the property.
The downtown Las Vegas community will celebrate former Mayor Oscar Goodman’s 80th birthday at 6 p.m. Thursday with an 80-martini salute at the Fremont Street Experience.
Thousands of parade-goers flocked to events in Summerlin and Boulder City Thursday morning to see floats, old cars and big balloons while celebrating the Fourth of July.
A fire dancer burned during a performance in Pahrump is on the road to recovery, though the road forward could be a bit challenging.
A player ended the month of June on a winning note in downtown Las Vegas on Sunday evening.
The $2.6 billion resort has three bars and lounges and 12 restaurants, along with a spa, salon and fitness center.
Happy first day of summer, Las Vegas! As the city endures triple-digit temperatures, many turn to water parks as a way to get some relief from the heat.
Amazon Prime members can now have their regular goods as well as produce and groceries delivered to their doorstep.
Nevada ranked 47th worst in the nation, while New Hampshire fared best for child well-being, according to the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s annual Kids Count data project.
Marc-Andre Fleury has sold his house. And in true Vegas fashion, records indicate the buyer is a strip club owner.
Barry Hartman, 72, is in France, following the path traveled by his father, Army cameraman Burton “Bud” Hartman, 75 years ago when the Allies landed in Normandy.
The artifacts from the Walking Box Ranch near Searchlight, which was owned by Clara Bow and her film star husband, Rex Bell, have been in storage at the university since 2013.
The Living Grace home four women share through the Henderson nonprofit has been completely upgraded, thanks to an $87,400 donation raised by HomeAid Southern Nevada.
Las Vegas has no shortage of homes for rent between $1,000 and $2,000 a month. Some landlords, however, charge the price of a new car every four weeks.
Numerous local high schools, particularly those that are academically competitive, are featuring more than one No. 1 as they bid farewell to the classes of 2019.