Dozens gathered outside the VA Medical Center where a celebration was held for World War II Navy veteran William Darwin’s 100th birthday on Tuesday.
A North Las Vegas utilities employee has filed a federal lawsuit alleging that he faced discrimination based on race and disability over the past two years.
Poke — pronounced poh-keh, which is the marinated raw fish so loved by Hawaiians — seems to be following the same path as sushi.
Robots are coming after Las Vegas jobs and more so than in all other major cities with a population of more than 250,000 people, experts say.
A woman was hospitalized Tuesday morning after a man attacked her with a knife and robbed her downtown.
A 19-year-old man was sentenced Monday to 15 years in prison for ambushing two Las Vegas police officers in 2015 and opening fire, injuring one.
A prominent New York real estate family wants to start building a science fiction-themed entertainment space in Las Vegas in February.
Sienna also spends nearly 40 hours a week at Brown’s Gymnastics on Cameron Street, where she prepared to compete in the USA Gymnastics National Championships held Aug. 17-20 in Anaheim, California. Sienna, then 11, was one of 30 junior elite participants and the second-youngest in the competition.