Lombardo: No Motive Uncovered in Mass ShootingInvestigators remain unsure why Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock opened fire from his Mandalay Bay hotel suite, killing 58 people and injuring hundreds more last October.
Dispute Delays Plan to Install More Vegas Strip Safety PostsA pay dispute is again delaying approval of a plan to spend $2.5 million to install 500 more pedestrian safety posts along Las Vegas Strip sidewalks.
Lucky Dragon Casino-Hotel Facing ForeclosureRecords say an Asian-themed Las Vegas casino-hotel that shuttered gambling and restaurant operations this month after being open for about a year is facing foreclosure.
Armed Robbery Reported at a Off-Strip CasinoAuthorities say they're investigating an armed robbery at a casino east of the Las Vegas Strip.
Sandoval, Laxalt Call Nevada Gun Background Checks Law DefectiveGov. Brian Sandoval and state Attorney General Adam Laxalt are telling a judge that a strict gun background-check ballot measure that voters passed in November 2016 was defective as written and can't be enforced.
Police: Brazilian Man Killed After Climbing Onto CarPolice say a 21-year-old Brazilian man was killed after he jumped onto the hood of a car near the Las Vegas Strip.
Vegas Strip Bollard Installation on Hold After Pay DisputeApproval for additional steel posts along the Las Vegas Strip is on hold as southern Nevada commissioners investigate a pay dispute.
Las Vegas New Year's Eve Revelers Leave Behind Tons of TrashStreet sweepers picked up between 10 and 12 tons of trash left behind by New Year's Eve revelers on the Las Vegas Strip.
'Negligent' Las Vegas Police Rifle Discharge Injures ManPolice in Las Vegas say a man suffered a minor injury after the rifle of an officer on the Las Vegas Strip discharged following the New Year's Eve festivities.
Las Vegas Rings in 2018 Under Unprecedented SecurityLas Vegas welcomed 2018 with fireworks, big-ticket musical acts and unprecedented security in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. modern history just three months ago.
More Bollards Could Protect Las Vegas Strip PedestriansHundreds of additional bollards may be installed along the Las Vegas Strip to improve pedestrian safety.
Judge to Hear German Illusionist's Effort to Undo Porn PleaA U.S. judge is considering whether a former Las Vegas Strip illusionist can withdraw his guilty plea in a pornography case involving thousands of videos and images, including some depicting sex acts involving kindergarten-age boys.