It was the next-to-last day at the SEMA show, where a restored 1968 Impala convertible that once belonged to Pat Tillman was spotted in front of the north hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Clark County Commissioner and Nevada gubernatorial candidate Steve Sisolak, an increasingly active and ubiquitous elected official, was honored Thursday night at the 26th annual Camelot gala at Opportunity Village’s Magical Forest on West Oakey Boulevard.
Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Las Vegas to honor the men and women who have served and currently serve in the military. The annual Veterans Day Parade also paid tribute to veterans who are also first responders.
Sunday will mark the first major outdoor event on the Strip since last month’s mass shooting, so quite a bit more attention has been paid to this year’s Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon than in years past.
Thousands of visitors watched F-15 fighter jets zoomed over Nellis Air Force Base at Aviation Nation.
Almost every major media outlet has the 8-1 Philadelphia Eagles ranked as the NFL’s top team. Entering the week, the Westgate had the Eagles as the betting favorite to win the Super Bowl.
A Las Vegas police officer fired a gun while responding to a possible domestic disturbance on Saturday evening.
Every day is Veterans Day at the new Veterans Village, but Saturday will be particularly meaningful when more than a dozen political leaders gather to salute the opening of a new 3,500-square-foot Crisis Intervention Center that was built in a week.
A pedestrian has died after a crash Friday in the east valley, Las Vegas police said.
The back-beat of The Killers is up front about the band’s approach to the Dec. 1 Vegas Strong Benefit Concert at T-Mobile Arena. “We don’t care where we fall in the lineup, we can open, we can close,” Ronnie Vannucci says. “We’re just happy to assemble the masses.”