Just off the Las Vegas strip, a large tract of land resembles an army barracks replete with tanks, Humvees, and a parked helicopter, but this is no official military installation.
A single punch in a fight outside a Las Vegas club a year ago and now the suspect is heading to prison.
The once-fringe sport has seen an explosion in popularity in the United States since the country’s Men’s Olympic team bested rival Sweden in a surprising upset in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
After thirty-one years, one of Utah’s Senate seats will be back in contention after longtime Republican Senator Orrin Hatch’s retirement announcement.
The Vegas strip has always been synonymous with marquee signs twinkling with thousands of lights.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, arriving passengers to McCarran airport in Sin City can now apply for a marriage license as they are waiting to get their bags from the carousel.
The Vegas Golden Knights hockey team is currently standing at number one in the NHL western conference.
More than three months later, countless questions remain as to the motive of Las Vegas shooter, Stephen Paddock.
The Wright family, rodeo’s most famous clan, is dominating the sport.
Nurses in Las Vegas are stepping out of the hospital room and into the fire and rescue dispatch center.
Former sheriff Joe Arpaio is firing back at U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton after she is questioning the likelihood of throwing out the conviction in light of the president’s pardon of the controversial lawman.
While it may not be Jurassic extinction, there is a fight brewing in Nevada over commercial reptile collections.
Danny Tarkanian is no stranger to Nevada politics, but elective office is a stranger to him.
A new study by the Bureau of Reclamation found that water flows slightly improved compared with recent years.
President Trump supporters—many of whom faced triple-digit heat to attend a Tuesday rally in Phoenix—appeared to approve the president’s speech and his job performance despite recent turmoil in his administration and reaction to Charlottesville.
In a scene in the summer film “Dunkirk”, an Mk-1 Spitfire plane makes a daring landing in the English Channel.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission voted 2-1 Tuesday to restart and resurrect the licensing process for the controversial Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site project.
An elderly, homeless man will most likely be spending the rest of his days behind bars after he was sentenced for bank robbery. And he couldn't be happier.
A Nevada homeless man claims he robbed a bank so he could seek refuge in prison.
The nation’s largest active fire is raging across Southern Utah near the ski resort town of Brian Head.