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The victim told officers she was abducted, beaten and robbed by the four, who then phoned her boyfriend and attempted to extort money.
When the sun goes down, the lights turn up for what the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo appropriately terms NFR After Dark. And while those lights certainly shine bright at viewing parties, after-parties and concerts up and down the Strip, there are plenty of great gatherings all around town.
Call the black-and-white sticker bearing the “Vegas Strong” hash tag No. 2017.34M.7053 because, from now on, that’ll be the way it can be found in the Clark County Museum’s collection.
Downtown Container Park celebrates its fifth anniversary on Saturday.
Fast-food chain Raising Cane’s is expanding to the east Las Vegas Valley.
The Clark County Fire Department is hosting a community open house noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at Fire Station 38, complete with a visit from Santa.
A Clark County grand jury indicted Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell on five felony counts Thursday after a Las Vegas Review-Journal story questioned his spending of county money.
Vegas Golden Knights spokesman Eric Tosi said in an email the photos “were not distributed and they have been destroyed.”
Anyone affected by the Route 91 Harvest festival shooting is encouraged to reach out as the holidays approach to Clark County’s Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, which provides resources and support to survivors, victim family members, responders and more.
A 93-year-old World War II Army veteran says he was “roughed up” and arrested by police at the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas after a dispute over a tardy shuttle.
The singer-songwriter is bringing his “Tree of Forgiveness” tour to Las Vegas.
A storm moving through the Las Vegas Valley Thursday should clear out by the weekend, but not before it drops significant snowfall in the mountains to the west, according to the National Weather Service.
Country duo celebrate their hits and good times lifestyle during a new residency on the Vegas Strip
A total of 7,003 single-family houses were listed without offers at the end of November, up 1.2 percent from October and 54.3 percent from November 2017, according to a new report from the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors.