Voters kept the Silver State blue by supporting Democratic candidates; progressive measures such as recreational marijuana and stronger background checks also passed.
Not only are owners of several establishments unthreatened by recreational cannabis, some of them fully welcome it.
What do you do when your country loses its footing? You dig in.
Succinctly put: Share a Lyft with other passengers and pay much, much less.
DreamHack Masters, coming to the MGM in February, has a $450,000 payout.
Should MGM Resorts’ Jim Murren convince an NBA team to move to town, which are the likely candidates?
Vegas on Vine is a blur of poolside twerkings and illegal dives.
Is the proliferation of public art more about photo ops and marketing?
Two entrepreneurs want to help retake the Cultural Corridor—by stealth.
“Whenever music is performed publicly, there’s an obligation to make sure the songwriter is being compensated properly."
The facility would have an obstacle course and tennis-ball machine for dogs and cocktails and snacks for humans.
A new group of internationally-renown street artists have left their mark on Downtown.
Having trouble coming to terms with what it means to be an American in these vitriolic times, I decided to focus a day on what ...
The Valley boasts dozens of nature and urban trails, and this map tells you where to find them.
For all our bellyaching about Nevada’s beleaguered education system, rehabilitating it plainly isn't a priority.