PRVegas - Las Vegas
The pedestrian bridge linking the Tropicana and MGM Grand hotel-casinos will reopen Thursday on the Strip’s southern end, just as about 330,000 visitors are expected to visit Las Vegas during Independence Day weekend, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Rep. Dina Titus, D-Las Vegas, on Tuesday will call for streamlining the application process for airports that want to spend passenger fees on terminal improvements, road upgrades and other projects.
A bail bond agent was shot while trying to take a suspect into custody late Monday night in central Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Valley forecast calls for slightly cooler temperatures and higher wind gusts this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Two Ivy League inventors are hitting the Las Vegas music scene after quitting their jobs in pursuit of their creation.
VICE Sports revisited the Las Vegas Posse’s rapid rise, and even more rapid decline, in a retrospective called “The Bizarre Story of the Las Vegas Posse and the CFL’s Stint in Sin City.”
After his 5-year-old son went missing in April, police say Aramazd Andressian Sr. spent more than a month in Las Vegas, where he was arrested Friday to face a murder charge in Los Angeles.
The Golden Knights Monday announced their 44-man roster for their first development camp and all of the team’s draft picks are expected to participate at the Las Vegas Ice Center.
Kimberly Brown of North Las Vegas was ready to go back to work after being a stay-at-home mom for five years with her youngest son, Landon. She had been working for Bank of America for 10 years before taking maternity leave.
What if? Those who follow sports at any level know how maddening that question can be. And Las Vegas has its share of “what if” moments.
A Las Vegas woman died Saturday due to injuries from her ex-boyfriend strangling her, according to the Clark County Coroner.