The junked signs that attracted throngs to old Las Vegas are once again glinting and shimmering at night.
A University of California, Berkeley, law student accused in the beheading of an exotic bird at a Las Vegas Strip resort has pleaded not guilty ...
A Las Vegas-based social gambling company says it will launch the first legal, real-money poker website in the United States.
One of the most popular restaurants in Las Vegas has been closed after more than 30 patrons reported food poisoning symptoms.
Las Vegas is trying to beat its reputation as a shut-in. MGM Resorts International announced Thursday that it will sink $100 million into building a ...
Caesars Entertainment Corp. is teaming up with the Gansevoort Hotel Group and nightlife owner Victor Drai to open a boutique hotel on the Las Vegas ...
The top cop in Las Vegas says police will begin releasing investigative reports about officer-involved deadly force incidents. Clark County Sheriff Douglas Gillespie plans to ...
Questions are being raised over the initial fire department response to a backyard residential burn that rekindled two days later, destroying two homes in a ...
Five Questions with Troy Nkrumah, local organizing head of the National Hip-Hop Political Convention
[Vegas hosting the National Hip-Hop Political Convention] is major considering Las Vegas attempted a ban of hip-hop. That, along with the fact that, nationally, Vegas ...
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A former Las Vegas strip-club dancer apologized and begged forgiveness Tuesday from sobbing family members before she was sentenced to five to 15 years in ...
Two founding members of the feminist punk group will come to Las Vegas in October.
Both signs are part of the Boneyard’s permanent exhibit and are among six in the yard that have been restored.
We anonymously canvassed the club corridor for a party night involving four people, a basic table and Grey Goose.
No need to panic about the band's last tour schedule anymore, local Crüe fans.
- As We See It
"And right about now, the idea that casinos equal employment is in question in a way it hasn’t been for decades."
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UNLV student and MasterChef contestant Ahran Cho talks Easy Bake Ovens, the job offer she just got and a game-changing savory tiramisu.
"There were always afterparties, most of them in the Playboy penthouse suite. I would finish my set at 4 a.m. and there was nowhere else ...
It's an incredibly awkward mix of horror and comedy.
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Funyuns, sixers and kale chips. Oh my!
This weekend's fest features more than 200 beers from 60-plus breweries.
Tired of tourist-filled discotheques and Downtown drinkeries? Sometimes revelry and nighttime hobnobbing happen where you'd least expect it, thanks to these venues and party producers.
- Dining News
Border Grill is set to open its second Vegas location at the Forum Shops at Caesars in October.
Our hometown beatmeisters on the availability of gigs and competition, freedom of programming and the perks of being a Vegas DJ.
Talking 10,000-guest nights, taking better iPhone photos and Deadmau5 crowd surfing.
It’s simplicity that ties everything together within this traditional Cuban sandwich.
"It wasn’t just a culinary event. The chefs really got caught up in it, all the elements involved and the sense of place and history ...
This menu is interesting and affordable, worth a visit even if the cuisine can be a bit confusing.