A Republican state senator wants Nevada to audit all COVID spending, saying a company with faulty virus tests was allowed to operate because of ties to Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak.
When air temperatures hit a record high of 109 degrees on June 10, NASA’s ECOSTRESS instrument captured even higher temperatures for street surfaces.
It was the latest high-priced deal in Las Vegas that did not produce transfer tax revenue that supports schools and low-income housing in Nevada.
Robert Telles’ lackluster showing in his re-election bid to run the Public Administrator’s office, follows a Review-Journal investigation that uncovered claims of bullying and retaliation.
Locally and nationally, the number of price cuts rose for the third consecutive month in May.
Should Lake Mead fall below its “dead pool” level of 895 feet, Hoover Dam could not produce power and would be unable to release water to California, Arizona and Mexico.
A Pacific cold front moving through the Las Vegas Valley before the weekend will bring powerful winds and cooler temperatures, says the National Weather Service.
Prepare for two hot days with plenty of wind in Las Vegas before a cooler weekend, says the National Weather Service.
A study by a top global travel data company says airline seat capacity has recovered faster at Harry Reid International than at any other major airport in the world.
America’s casino capital “used to be an affordable alternative to California,” but rising prices and a hot market have made it “less attractive” for new buyers, report says.
Chef Nicole Brisson’s menu at Amari will include antipasti, pizzas and housemade pastas.