Three crimson columns are among the relics from the landmark that represents desegregation in Las Vegas casinos, but while the Moulin Rouge site’s future hangs in limbo, they lie haphazardly on a dirt lot.
More than 150 dogs joined their owners on the outfield berms, so perhaps it was fitting that on the field, the El Paso Chihuahuas came out on top, beating Las Vegas 9-6 in the second of the three-game set.
A national chain of nonprofit treatment centers is threatening to close its clinic for drug addicts and the mentally ill in Las Vegas by the end of May amid a funding dispute with state and Southern Nevada governments and hospitals.
Pro Football Hall of Fame member Jonathan Ogden and his friends come together Sunday to support the Ogden Foundation at Red Rock Resort’s bowling alley in Las Vegas.
Kyle Busch raced to his third straight victory, celebrated, and then got yelled at by his boss.
The timing was perfect for columnist Jane Ann Morrison’s one-and-only interview with former first lady Barbara Bush in 1999.
Well-known sports handicapper and writer David Malinsky was found dead Friday at Mount Charleston after a weeklong search.
Visitors to Huckleberry Park got a touch of Earth Day and more Saturday in Las Vegas.