A Las Vegas man told his neighbor he killed two homeless people behind a central-valley swap meet because one of the people was a sex offender, court documents show.
Nevada Taxicab Authority administrator Ronald Grogan is pumping the brakes on a plan to let cab drivers use so-called “parallel routes” along Frank Sinatra Drive, Koval Lane and Interstate 15 whenever Las Vegas Boulevard is congested.
As 2017 neared its conclusion, the former Moulin Rouge property appeared to have a buyer and a new start ahead, after decades of uncertainty.
A man accused of killing another man because he thought his music was too loud had complained about the problem in the days leading up to the deadly shooting, police documents show.
A male inmate walked away from a conservation camp north of Las Vegas on Saturday and is at large, the Nevada Corrections Department said.
Las Vegas police and Clark County officials confiscated more than 550 animals from a northeast valley home Sunday after the animals were found living in “deplorable” conditions, police said.
Thousands of women, and some men, flocked to Las Vegas to mark a full year since the Women’s March on Washington, which drew more than 2 million participants worldwide and to participate in a more-than-six-hour rally.
As she expands her culinary interests on the Strip, Giada De Laurentiis says she considers Las Vegas her second home.