The Tower Bridge in Sacramento.Chris Allan The populations of both San Francisco and California remain on the rise, with the state recently approaching the 40 million mark. Even so, real estate platforms are busy trying to figure out where outgoing Californians are heading when they do pull up tent stakes from the Golden State, withRead more about San Franciscans moving to Sacramento, Seattle, Las Vegas[…]
The September death of a man, who for hours threatened to jump from the roof of an apartment building, was ruled an accident Friday by the Clark County coroner. A man is perched on the edge of the roof of an apartment building near Flamingo Road and Maryland Parkway threatening to jump, Thursday, Sept. StartRead more about Coroner: Man accidentally fell from roof of Las Vegas building[…]
A Thursday morning semitrailer crash just north of the Spaghetti Bowl has traffic shut down to one lane, the Nevada Highway Patrol said. Traffic backed up for miles on I-95 North following tractor trailer crash just north of the Spaghetti Bowl on Thursday, May 10, 2018, in Las Vegas. Start the conversation, or Read moreRead more about Semi crash closes Interstate 15 near Spaghetti Bowl in Las Vegas[…]
A Las Vegas-based real estate company has an option to acquire Harrah’s New Orleans Casino — a potential transaction that was unknown to key state legislators who are considering major legislation sought by the casino’s owners and that also raises new questions about whether the state is getting the best deal possible. Vici Properties, aRead more about Real estate company has option to buy Harrah’s New Orleans Casino[…]
LAS VEGAS, NV – For the most part, the following week is going to be hot and dry. Not summer hot, but temperatures will still reach the 90s. We’ll get a brief reprieve from the heat on Tuesday and Thursday when temperatures will stay below 70 degrees. Plan your week ahead with this Las VegasRead more about Seven-Day Las Vegas Forecast: Temperatures Climbing In The Valley[…]
Las Vegas high school mourns loss of 4 students over spring break MLK statue in North Las Vegas attracts rallies, vigils Vegas Voices is a weekly series featuring notable Las Vegans. Armena Mnatsakanyan knows what it’s like to go without. Growing up in Yerevan, Armenia, she remembers standing in daily bread lines and climbing theRead more about Tough childhood inspired Las Vegas woman to help others[…]
Stephen Paddock, the man who rained bullets down on a crowd of concertgoers last October, killing 58 people, appears in newly released surveillance video to be an ordinary hotel guest and casino patron in the days leading to the massacre.
Video and stills provided by MGM Resorts International of the Mandalay Bay resort where Paddock stayed shows him checking in at the hotel lobby, escorted by a valet and gambling in the casino. He is also seen wheeling large suitcases into his room that contained the arsenal – in all, 23 assault-style rifles and a handgun – that were recovered from his room after the attack.
Records show that Paddock made several trips between one of his homes, in Mesquite, Nevada, to the hotel, apparently to transport the weapons. Read more about Hotel Releases Video Of Las Vegas Shooter In Days Leading To Massacre …
ASD Market Week, a B2B trade show, is bringing a wide variety of retail merchandise together to the Las Vegas Convention Center. Billy Jones, of In the Breeze LLC, right, helps customers at his booth during the ASD Market Week Trade Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center on Sunday, March 11, 2018. Start theRead more about Las Vegas trade show welcomes colorful goodies and more – PHOTOS[…]
Cannabis is legal in Nevada but still banned by the U.S. government (LAS VEGAS) — What happens in Vegas really can stay in Vegas. Tourists catching a flight out of Sin City can now dump their leftover legal marijuana in metal containers set up at the airport. The 10 green bins dubbed “amnesty boxes” preventRead more about This Las Vegas Airport Is Letting People Dump Their Marijuana Before Flying[…]
Las Vegas, NV — A bull was loose in the area of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Washington Avenue Wednesday morning. Chopper 13 has been following the situation closely. The bull was safely wrangled after nearly roaming the streets for two hours. The city of Las Vegas says an animal control team is taking theRead more about Bull captured after morning stroll in Las Vegas[…]