What does the latest Colorado River proposal mean for Arizona, California, Nevada?
It calls for cities, irrigation districts and Native American tribes to accept federal money — and in some cases volunteer — to use less water over the next three years.
Trial delayed for driver in deadly Las Vegas Strip crash that killed Arizona woman
Trial was delayed Thursday for a woman who has been in custody in state psychiatric facilities for more than seven years after being accused of intentionally plowing a car into pedestrians on a Las Vegas Strip sidewalk in December 2015.
Nevada considers tax credits to lure Sony, film industry to Las Vegas
Nevada is trying to diversify the state's gaming and tourism-reliant economy, which was hit hard by the pandemic.
Wanted Las Vegas woman arrested after commenting under news post about her case on social media
A wanted woman with seven DUI arrests was taken back into custody after commenting on a news article posted to Facebook.
Ex-Raider Henry Ruggs takes plea deal, prison in deadly DUI crash
The former NFL first-round draft pick was involved in a crash that killed a woman in November 2021. He was released by the Las Vegas Raiders following the incident.
Fontainebleau Las Vegas set to finally open after years of setbacks
Company executives for Fontainebleau Las Vegas made the announcement Tuesday morning, more than a year after the company publicly set a goal to open before the end of 2023.
‘Bear-y’ lucky: Nevada firefighters rescue bear stuck in tree
Video footage shows the bear falling from the tree into a tarp held by firefighters.
Oscar Mayer to allow couples to elope inside iconic Wienermobile
Interested couples are asked to bring their marriage licenses and appetites.
Firefighters conduct training on High Roller in Las Vegas – tallest Ferris wheel in US
Officials said the Ferris wheel, located on the Las Vegas strip, is an “ideal tool for complex, high-angle rescue drills.”
FBI documents provide new details into Las Vegas shooter’s mindset
A collection of FBI documents made public this week offers a new look into high-stakes gambler Stephen Paddock’s viewpoint before he carried out the deadliest mass shooting in modern America.
Body found in Lake Mead identified as man who drowned in 1974, coroner says
Donald P. Smith was 39 when he was reported missing in the waters of the Colorado River reservoir behind Hoover Dam, the Clark County coroner’s office said in a statement. The identification was made through DNA, and his death has been ruled accidental.
Adele extending her Las Vegas residency: '34 nights is not enough'
Social media videos show Adele telling the crowd: “playing to 4,000 people for 34 nights is not enough, and I know that.”
NCAA Basketball Tournament: ASU's big first half buries Nevada in First Four
ASU is moving on in the NCAA Basketball Tournament following its victory over Nevada on Mar. 15.
Scientists: Largest US reservoirs moving in right direction
Climate experts caution that the favorable drought maps in the Southwest represent only a blip on the radar as the long-term effects of a stubborn drought persist.
David Blaine dislocates shoulder, continues Las Vegas performance: ‘Wow that hurt’
Blaine's injury occurred during his 'In Spades' show at the Resorts World Theater.
NTSB: Medical plane broke apart before crashing in Nevada, killing 5
The National Transportation Safety Board has sent in a seven-member team of investigators to the site of Friday night’s crash near Stagecoach.
Care Flight medical plane crash in Nevada leaves 5 dead: report
The five passengers included a pilot, a flight nurse, a flight paramedic and a patient.
Snow falls on Las Vegas on Valentine's Day - 1st time since 1937
A winter storm brought snow across Las Vegas on Valentine's Day – the first time it's done that in nearly 90 years.
Arizona hands off Super Bowl to Las Vegas
A day after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, a news conference was held on Feb. 13 to officially hand off hosting duties to Las Vegas.
Fuel lines from Los Angeles to Vegas, Phoenix shut by leak
Kinder Morgan’s SFPP West pipeline runs approximately 515 miles to transport petroleum products from the Los Angeles area to Colton and Imperial, California, and east to Phoenix.