A Walgreens-occupied commercial complex at the northeast corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue recently sold for $57 million. It once was the site of the planned Ivana Trump-branded condo complex.
Caesars Palace this week revealed the multimillion-dollar renovation of its front entrance, giving a revamped touch to the resort’s ancient Roman aesthetic.
The U.S. Postal Inspection Service is probing the robberies of two mail carriers in the Summerlin area in recent weeks.
Officials from the university and its Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday at the construction site near the Thomas T. Beam Engineering Complex.
A teenage boy stripped off his jacket, shirt and tie Tuesday to show a Family Court judge the scars left when he was stabbed on campus by another teenager.
Southern Nevada house prices in December were up 25.5 percent from a year earlier, compared to 18.8 percent nationally.
The university is accepting applications for its paraprofessional pathways project, which helps those already working in schools earn a bachelor’s degree and become a licensed teacher.
Developer CapRock Partners sold a 684,000-square-foot project near the 215 Beltway-Interstate 15 interchange.
High levels of contamination in Nevada were found at Creech Air Force Base in Indian Springs and particularly at Nellis Air Force Base, which landed on a Superfund clean-up list under the Environmental Protection Agency.
A new Smith’s Marketplace is coming to Henderson after the blueprint found success in the northwest Las Vegas Valley.
Winds in the Las Vegas Valley will diminish on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
The LGBTQ nonprofit will expand beyond its current HIV and STI services to address the medically underserved community in downtown Las Vegas.
Butchers for the Texas Roadhouse steakhouse chain compete annually in the National Meat Cutter Challenge as a way to highlight the job’s craft and the restaurant’s continued use of butchers.