California announces 15 winners of $50K vaccine prizes
California Gov. Gavin Newsom played gameshow host Friday in a drawing for 15 winners of $50,000 prizes for getting vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Most vaccinated California workers have to keep masks on
Conflicted California workplace regulators approved controversial rules Thursday night that allow workers to go maskless only if every employee in a room is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Homes a cool million can buy in Las Vegas Valley
From ranch homes to mini mansions, $1 million homes are diverse, offering a variety of amenities.
Celebrity attorney F. Lee Bailey dies at 87
F. Lee Bailey, the celebrity attorney who defended O.J. Simpson, Patricia Hearst and the alleged Boston Strangler, but whose legal career halted when he was disbarred in two states, has…
Restaurateurs still struggling as worker shortages ‘getting worse’
Restaurant owners say the lack of workers means Las Vegas locals and tourists may find themselves waiting longer to be seated.
A’ja Wilson in MVP form as Aces edge New York Liberty
Wilson submitted her best statline of the season and scored on consecutive possessions to ignite a 14-3 run that spurred the Aces to victory at the Barclays Center in New…
Project to turn Historic Westside park into local food source, co-op
A park in Las Vegas’ Historic Westside will be renovated to become a hyperlocal food source and co-op through a federal partnership, the city announced Thursday.
Pence says he’ll likely never see ‘eye to eye’ with Trump about Jan. 6
Pence, speaking at a Republican dinner in the early voting state of New Hampshire, gave his most extensive comments to date on the events of Jan. 6, when angry Trump…
Fatal tour bus crash in Utah reveals safety shortcomings
A tour bus crash that threw more than a dozen people onto a remote Utah highway in 2019, killing four Chinese tourists, highlights a lack of safety standards for bus…
EDITORIAL: Court affirms the right to tape public meetings
Nevada law explicitly allows taxpayers to use “audiotape or any other means of sound or video reproduction” at public meetings as long as it “in no way interferes with the…