Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Wednesday that Nevada will mandate the use of face coverings in public places in an effort to stem an increase of coronavirus cases that has hit the state as casinos, restaurants and other businesses began reopening.
You don't have to be a high roller to earn the latest perk in Las Vegas — all you have to do is wear a mask.
Hotel-casinos in suburban Las Vegas were the first to open at 12:01 a.m., to be followed later in the morning by a restart of the iconic Bellagio fountain and reopenings of several resorts on the Las Vegas Strip.
A police officer was on life support Tuesday after being shot during a protest on the Las Vegas Strip and a man who a federal official said was armed with a rifle was hit with a beanbag projectile and then fatally shot by officers protecting a federal courthouse, authorities said.
MGM on Monday announced that free parking will be available to all guests when the resorts reopen following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The main highway between Las Vegas and Reno was damaged and closed early Friday following a magnitude 6.5 earthquake in a remote area of Nevada that a researcher called the largest quake in the state in 65 years.
Reports surfaced Friday that Roy Horn, half of the famous "Siegfried and Roy" entertainment duo, has died from COVID-19 complications.
High in the skies over Las Vegas, the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron -- also known as the “Thunderbirds" -- showed its support on Saturday for those on the frontlines responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
The sidewalks, hotels and casinos in Las Vegas are normally filled with tourists, but the city has practically become a ghost town since the governor closed all non-essential businesses.
Nevada's governor ordered a monthlong closure of casinos and other non-essential businesses starting noon Wednesday.
MGM Resorts announced it would temporarily close its buffets at all of its Las Vegas properties as part of the company’s efforts to stop the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The first presidential contest in the West is testing the candidates' strength with black and Latino voters for the first time in 2020.
As the growing suburbs tucked into the shadow of the Sierra have changed, so has Nevada's political landscape.
Claudia Ann Merrill admitted to submitting false applications in veterans’ names and their surviving spouses’ names, federal prosecutors said.
New details on human remains that were found inside a home near 59th Avenue and Camelback emerged on Monday.
A DPS trooper's traffic stop leads to 362 pounds of meth being seized -- the largest in the department's history.
The donation will be made to the Nevada Department of Agriculture meal service program, which provides breakfast and lunch to students across the the state.
A bold break-in incident in a Phoenix neighborhood that happened while a woman was sleeping has left her traumatized. FOX 10's Justin Lum reports.
The Republican Arizona Senator who called a CNN reporter a "liberal hack" after he asked about the impeachment trial is now selling T-shirts with the phrase.
An adult video website is reportedly the target of a lawsuit over an alleged lack of closed captioning for its videos.