Private companies hope to use public bus stops for Las Vegas shuttle services
A downtown Las Vegas startup has big plans to make it easier for workers to get around without a car. But there?s a catch ? the company wants to use public bus stops to pick up and drop off passengers on its private shuttle service, raising questions about ...
Fighter Brandon Rios says he?s back, headlines weekend card at the Cosmo
In one quick year, boxer Brandon Rios has gone from fighting to defend his championship belt to fighting to remain relevant in the sport. Rios, who has lost his past two fights, headlines an HBO card Saturday inside the Chelsea Ballroom at the Cosmopolitan, taking on ...
Dave Koz is bringing saxy back, talks L.V., ?Summer Horns? and coming out 10 years ago
Smooth-jazz saxophonist Dave Koz is bringing saxy back to the Smith Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday night with his saxophonist friends Gerald Albright, Mindi Abair and Richard Elliot. The quartet had so much fun on Dave Koz and Friends? ?Summer Horns? ? recording the album and touring ? last year that they immediately agreed to hit the road again.
I-Team: Month after police officers' deaths, Metro morale suffering
Metro Police officers are undergoing intensive soul searching these days. Recent events, including the showdown at the Bundy ranch and the murder of two officers, have caused some officers to ask if they are in the right line of work.
I-Team: Bundy supporters looking for donations, manpower
The people still camped out at the Cliven Bundy ranch near Bunkerville are looking for some help from the public. They've posted an online ad, asking for donations of food, money, and manpower to maintain their security perimeter at the ranch.