The renovation replaced playground equipment at Aliante Nature Discovery Park that was over 15 years old, said North Las Vegas City Councilman Richard Cherchio.
Michael “Mikie” Sigler, a senior at Cimarron-Memorial High School who was in a motorcycle crash last week, will be taken off life support and have his organs donated.
The mother of four students at Sierra Vista High School received a used Cadillac at a senior awards ceremony, which replaced the old, often-broken car she had been using.
Miracle Flights, which provides free air travel to needy patients seeking treatment for rare medical conditions, touts itself as Las Vegas’ only homegrown national charity.
Doris Day, whose wholesome screen presence stood for a time of innocence in ’60s films, died early Monday, her foundation says.
Faith Lutheran Middle School and High School senior Mark Wilbourne, who was in a bicycle crash in January, returned to Las Vegas after months at a Colorado hospital.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday voted to permit lounges where people can consume marijuana, making the city the first in Nevada — and one of the few nationwide — to allow such businesses.
Attaching a hotel-casino to a convention center was a money loser. That was the conventional wisdom before The Venetian opened on the Strip 20 years ago this week.
Its exit from bankruptcy opens a new chapter for the nonprofit retailer and career-services organization, which filed for Chapter 11 after an aggressive expansion and hefty bond sale, and after it fell behind on its rent at most stores.
Martha Steele has bright blue eyes, pride in reaching her 90s, a love of dance and a devoted nephew who dances alongside her. She also has Parkinson’s disease.
Who needs a flux capacitor when, in less than five minutes, you can go from listening to Alan Alda reminisce about radio pioneer Arthur Godfrey to a demonstration of a futuristic 8K television that’s just 1 millimeter thick?
Las Vegas home builder Jim Rhodes was like a dad with a newborn baby handing out cigars when he gave a tour of the Spanish Hills home he’s completing and has on the market for just shy of $30 million.
Adrienne Gutzwa perdió a su mejor amigo por SIDA hace 25 años.
The Las Vegas Animal Foundation is preparing its prime pups for their 16th annual Best in Show event.
Aquí hay una lista de algunos de los mejores clubes nocturnos de Las Vegas, así como de piscinas que no están restringidas a los huéspedes de hoteles (Nota: los precios indicados son los más bajos disponibles en los días menos populares. Los precios durante las horas de mayor afluencia suelen ser significativamente más altos. Algunos precios incluyen paquetes de alimentos y bebidas):