With all the other disasters that occupied headlines last summer, you may have missed the news of a dramatic night rescue at Lake Mead. On June 24, National Park rangers rescued 17 people from two boats, one sunken and the other swamped.
Walking among the classic cars and vendor booths set up at Sunset Park to raise money for the Injured Police Officers Fund on a cool February afternoon, Tracy Whitcomb felt a surge of gratitude. Learn how brain surgery helped her ease her mind.
On May 14, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA), opening the floodgates for full-scale sports betting to spread beyond Nevada’s borders for the first time. What does it mean for us?
It's become a common response to tragedy: comic artists and writers creating an anthology to benefit victims. Now, following the October 1 massacre, Las Vegas has its own entry in this genre, titled Where We Live.