Cast members from the extraordinary new production “Circus 1903” at Paris Las Vegas are set for a thrilling performance on “The Late Late Show” with James Corden on CBS-TV just after midnight Sept. 11) The program actually airs here at 12:37 a.m early tomorrow morning (Sept. 12) on KLAS-TV.
The first Monday Night Football of the year is here and it will feature the only doubleheader of the season.
Apple is slated to release several new devices and gadgets Tuesday — the iPhone’s 10th anniversary.
Officer Jeffrey Burr’s quick thinking and ‘heroic’ actions were credited for saving a man’s life in July. In recognition of his efforts, the Las Vegas City Council named Burr its citizen of the month at its Sept. 6 meeting.
Here are the events planned Monday in Las Vegas to remember the victims of terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001:
Duane Matters at first was reluctant to work at the site of the collapsed Twin Towers in New York City. He said he quickly learned that in trying times, “You can choose to be at your best. If things are so bad, you can step up and be good.”
Lego enthusiasts gathered at the Brick Fest Live! Lego Fan Experience, which made its first stop in Las Vegas over the weekend with a goal to inspire, educate and challenge families into creating their wildest ideas.
Several hundred DACA recipients and supporters marched down the Strip Sunday evening to call on President Donald Trump and Nevada elected officials to protect the Obama-era initiative that has shielded 800,000 so-called “Dreamers” from deportation.
The idea to start the Las Vegas Health and Fitness Chamber of Commerce was not drawn from the experience of another organization — it’s the only one of its kind.