A Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority subcommittee is recommending the Riviera be torn down sooner rather than later.
Viewer interest in Caitlyn Jenner's transformation remains high, with Sunday's premiere of "I Am Cait" on E! drawing the network's largest audience for a premiere in four years — though it wasn't as big as a "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" special on Jenner in May.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on Tuesday upheld the four-game suspension handed to quarterback Tom Brady for his role in a scheme to deflate the footballs in the conference championship game that put the New England Patriots in the 2015 Super Bowl.
The National Archives has released more than 350 photos of former President George W. Bush and other top Bush Administration officials from Sept. 11, 2001.
Leading Las Vegas sports bettor Glen Cobb was sentenced to one year of probation Tuesday for his role in what federal prosecutors alleged was a multimillion-dollar illegal gambling operation.
Las Vegas Events, the promoter of the National Finals Rodeo held every December in Las Vegas, has extended its deal with Thomas & Mack Center to hold the popular rodeo event at the arena through 2024.
Clean-energy advocates said Tuesday that a new EPA-mandated Clean Power Plan for Nevada to reduce its carbon emissions through 2030 is an opportunity to generate jobs and lower utility bills for consumers.
A central valley post office's parking lot was the site of a stabbing early Tuesday, according to Las Vegas police.
While traveling from California for one night in Las Vegas isn't unheard of at all, not many take the opportunity to make a timelapse of the city.
Baccarat results on the Strip sunk statewide gaming revenue in June.
Cowabunga Bay water park in Henderson is open for business Tuesday, despite public health officials' concerns over lifeguard certification.
Cecil the lion is dead, killed illegally in Zimbabwe, authorities allege, by a foreign hunter or hunters who paid about $55,000 for the privilege.
The Arizona Cardinals were being hailed as groundbreakers on Tuesday after hiring the National Football League's first female coach.
The 46 years since Neil Armstrong stepped on the moon have not lessened the sense of wonder of that that moment. But the decades have deteriorated his iconic space suit, which has been locked away in climate-controlled storage.
A mother in Oklahoma said her two young children are in the hospital after they were severely sunburned while in the care of a daycare.
Frontier Airlines, which in recent years has evolved into an ultralow discount air carrier, is expanding operations in Las Vegas.
Teens are more likely to use electronic cigarettes if their friends and family view them as cool or acceptable, a new study suggests.
High temperatures may not exactly be on the rise for Las Vegas, but the humidity levels sure will.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the suspected death of an 8-year-old girl after a body was found in a dumpster in the coastal California city of Santa Cruz, police said.
Florida teens Perry Cohen and Austin Stephanos have been missing since Friday -- four days and counting.
With flags waving and motorcycle engines roaring, dozens of veterans rode into Las Vegas on Monday for a charity ride to show appreciation for those who served in the U.S. military.
If you were planning a trip to Cowabunga Bay on Tuesday, you may want to call ahead. Many of the Henderson water park's lifeguards are no longer certified to work there, according to officials with the Nevada Health and Human Services Department and the Southern Nevada Health District.
A prisoner serving time in a northern Nevada prison died on Sunday, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
The NFL continues to remove its glass ceiling, and the Arizona Cardinals continue to help lead the way. Just a few months after the league hired Sarah Thomas as its first female referee, the Cardinals -- long advocates for African-American executives -- have brought in a female coach.
Most people don't know the immediate steps to take when they have lost or found a pet. Hopefully, this short list of Do's and Don'ts will help reunite pets and owners here in the valley.
It's little solace for a local charity that lost $2.2 million in what civil court documents describe as a loan Ponzi scheme, but it appears things could have been much worse for Miracle Flights for Kids.
A man killed on Lake Mohave over the weekend when a boat backed over him has been identified.
For the third time in three years, a former real estate agent is defending himself at trial in a mortgage fraud scheme federal prosecutors allege defrauded lending institutions out of more than $24 million.
Security camera footage has emerged of a mother saving her young son's life seconds before losing her own on an escalator in China.
The Boy Scouts of America on Monday ended the group's outright ban on openly gay adult leaders and employees, rolling back a policy that has deeply divided the membership of the 105-year-old Texas-based organization.
The man was found about 5:10 a.m. in a home in the 3000 block of Panama Beach Dr., near the intersection of Rampart Avenue and Cheyenne Boulevard, according to dispatch logs. Police said he looked like he had been shot.
A 20-year-old former college student was arrested and charged in the death of a newborn baby after the baby was found in a trash bin outside of her sorority, police said.
Backpacking through Europe, hiking in a new part of your state, taking a personal day at the beach — all of these can be and are frequently done by solo travelers — so why should a trip to Las Vegas be any different?
A teenager connected to an early Monday shooting that left a 16-year-old boy dead has spoken with detectives, according North Las Vegas police.
There's an old saying that people are best judged by what they do when they believe no one's watching them. That certainly holds true in Henderson, where Mayor Andy Hafen is more than happy to let taxpayers serve his family instead of vice versa.
Pet wholesalers, breeders, zoos, circuses and laboratories that use animals in research would be required to develop and report plans to shield or evacuate the creatures during emergencies under a bill that was reintroduced Monday.
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