Woman Pleads Not Guilty in Fatal Vegas Strip Sidewalk CrashA woman has pleaded not guilty in Nevada state court to charges alleging she intentionally drove onto a Las Vegas Strip sidewalk, killing one pedestrian and injuring at least 34 others less than a week before Christmas 2015.
Clark County Eyes Better Connectivity Along Las Vegas StripThe Las Vegas Strip's popularity with visitors using smartphones to post photos on social media, stream live video and get directions has local officials looking for ways to improve cellphone reception.
Man Held, 2 Sought After Vegas Strip Club ShootingOne man is in custody and police are looking for two others after a shooting overnight near the entrance of a strip club off the Las Vegas Strip.
Nevada Casinos Win About $11.3 Billion in 2016, Up From 2015Nevada officials say gambling revenue in the state was up 1.3 percent in 2016 compared with the previous year.
Smoke, No Fire Found in Mandalay Bay Laundry ChuteA fire official says a report of a laundry chute fire in a Las Vegas Strip high-rise turned out to be more smoke than flame.
Power Restored After Brief Las Vegas Strip OutageOfficials say debris blown into a power substation by intensely gusty winds probably caused a brief pre-dawn electricity outage affecting two large Las Vegas Strip resorts.
New Year's Eve Road Closures Announced by Las Vegas PoliceWith over 300,000 people expected to descend on Las Vegas to ring in the new year, the Las Vegas Metro Police Department announced several road closures in and around the Las Vegas Strip and downtown area to help accommodate those New Year's Eve celebrations.
Death Row Inmate in Vegas Strip Case Wins Separate AppealA Nevada death row inmate who was convicted of killing three people in a shooting and fiery crash on the Las Vegas Strip has won an appeal in a separate rape and robbery case for which he had been serving 16 years to life in prison.
Crown Nixs Alon Vegas Strip ResortAn Australian company won't proceed with a project for a 1,100-room hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip, company officials announced Thursday.
Cosmopolitan Joins Vegas' Pay for Parking PropertiesLas Vegas drivers will continue digging into their pockets as the city's fourth major hotel and gambling company, the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, announced plans Friday to begin charging for self-parking and valet services beginning next year.
Police: Man Found Dead in Vegas Desert Lot Died ElsewherePolice say it appears that a man whose body was found in a desert lot several miles south of the Las Vegas Strip was killed somewhere else.
Wynn Cutting Free Valet Parking; Will Continue Free Self ParkingOne day after Caesars Entertainment Corp. joined MGM Resorts International in announcing an end to free parking at their Las Vegas properties, Wynn Resorts has partially joined the movement by ending their free parking valet service, according to the company.