While the administration dismantles environmental regulations, Nevadans can find some solace in its significant strides.
When Hakkasan Group acquired Light Group in 2014, the deal sent serious shockwaves up and down the Strip. It appears to be happening all over ...
The families behind Williams Costume Co. and HalloweenMart turn the lights out on the beloved getup depots.
Okay, so, it's windy. What does that mean for ziplines and pool parties?
The McDonald’s on Sunset and Durango has unveiled its first self-service kiosks in Las Vegas.
International Transgender Day of Visibility celebrates the accomplishments of transgender people while raising awareness about discrimination.
A year ago, neither Downtown nor Midtown had any neighborhood theaters. Now both will have some of the most lux cinemas in the Valley.
Against all conceivable odds, Las Vegas will soon be an NFL city. The enormity of that cannot be understated.
Finally, a solution for pesky left-lane hogs.
Betty Willis' motel angel—and Downtown's unofficial patron saint—is getting some long-overdue care.
A pre-recession site development agreement has been dissolved, allowing other developers to build up the Smith Center-adjacent area.
There's room on the calendar for events like The Color Run and Tough Mudder, say traditional runners.
A staggering amount of large-scale LGBT events will be locally produced in 2017.
The Victory Hotel, Reed Whipple and other historic structures need the attention and dollars a preservation campaign can bring.
The Vegas-based company has created three enamel versions of the historic building's image.