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The show is back in the spotlight following a Netflix series fictionalizing the 1980s program.
From Manchester to Las Vegas: Thoughts on Ariana Grande, terrorism, and life in a connected world
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority has reported an increase in revenue and tax earnings for the year.
The average cost of one night at a Las Vegas hotel has climbed to an all-time high, heralding good news for resort owners but empty wallets for visitors.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A yearlong academic study of sex trafficking in Las Vegas is providing a glimpse into a world beneath the neon where underage girls, threatened by pimps, solicit for business in casinos, on streets and online.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman has always dubbed herself as Las Vegas’ biggest cheerleader, and during her sixth state of the city address, she wasn’t short of accolades for the past year.
A week after the unexpectedly galvanizing event, the question becomes, can organizers build a long-lasting movement that transcends divisions?
Officials say Las Vegas drew a record number of visitors for a third straight year, attracting 42.9 million tourists to town in 2016.
Pop culture is full of alternate realities and parallel universes — how would you know if you're in one? A few telltale signs ...
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Southern Nevada Red Cross is helping 21 people after a fire broke out at a Las Vegas apartment complex.
Crews were called Sunday evening to reports of smoke coming from the front door of a downstairs unit of a six-unit, two-story apartment building.
"Oh Vegas. You swank jacuzzi. You adept ducker."
Shuttered for years but still loved by many, the Reed Whipple building keeps preservationists dreaming, even as it remains in limbo
What’s on your bucket list? Do you want to spend a night at a $10,000 a night suite on the Strip eating caviar and drinking champagne?
It’s believed by some economists that Nevadans and many people across the country face a retirement crisis.
Social Security is fragile and we’re not saving enough for retirement.
The social, economic and political achievements of women will be celebrated today for International Women’s Day.
Already this year, there have been 19 pedestrian deaths in Nevada, a 46 percent increase from the same period last year. Last year, 92 pedestrians died.
In this election year, and also in 2012, Latinos were the minority group that candidates in both political parties courted, in both Spanish and English.
After 11 years covering the gaming industry for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Howard Stutz has stepped down.