An Olympic medalist from Henderson is auctioning off his gear to raise money to fight childhood cancer.
Some folks are offended and upset over a billboard sitting near the intersection of Decatur and Russell.
The Supreme Court heard arguments Monday about repealing a federal ban on sports betting.
A massive amount of abandoned trash in a quiet neighborhood led 13 Action News to step in.
The Nevada State Board of Education is expected to discuss, and possibly adopt, a policy to protect transgender and gender diverse students Tuesday.
Major retailers are implementing new delivery systems to protect packages from so-called 'porch pirates.'
One child is dead and another is in critical condition at UMC Trauma after being stabbed by a man believed to have been their father.
A robot that can answer questions a concierge might field has taken up residence in the lobby of a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
A shortage of construction workers is one of the signs of Las Vegas's economic rebound.
The growing marijuana industry is creating new opportunities for people who say they would have never dreamed of being in the pot business.
A website is grading Las Vegas communities based on crime, education, housing and a number of other livability factors.
The Clark County Commission is holding a town hall meeting on Thursday to discuss the future of the historic Moulin Rouge site in Las Vegas.
Hundreds of Mandalay Bay employees are facing seasonal lay-offs and reduced hours.