Las Vegas News | 7@7PM for Thursday, July 28, 2022

The body of a man who drowned at Lake Mead was recovered early this morning, and CCSD announced its plans to upgrade its camera systems in an effort to increase safety measures in schools. Watch 7@7 with anchor Jenn Auh for the latest Las Vegas news. source

Las Vegas News | 7@7 AM for Thursday, April 28, 2022

After two years of lockdown, the Palms celebrated its reopening last night, the NFL draft officially kicks off today, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis campaigned for Adam Laxalt and more on 7@7 from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. source

Las Vegas News for February 12, 2022 | Mask Mandate | What's NEW & Things to do in Vegas!

#lasvegasheadlines, #lasvegasnews, #lasvegas2022 In today’s Las Vegas News, the mask mandate has been lifted! Who’s in concert this weekend? The Who, The Killers, Shania Twain coming this year. Martin Yan opening a new restaurant at the Horseshoe and a new cigar lounge called (Eight) at Resorts World. For all the details, watch this video to… Continue reading Las Vegas News for February 12, 2022 | Mask Mandate | What's NEW & Things to do in Vegas!

Homicide outside Las Vegas Motor Speedway

The body of a homicide victim was found just outside the gates of the Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Friday. source

Las Vegas News | 7@7 AM for Monday, February 14, 2022

A warehouse employee fatally shot a man who was reportedly stealing his car, police said, police say more arrests are expected in a battery case involving Alvin Kamara, the Clark County Marriage License Bureau is ready for Valentine’s Day and more on 7@7 from the Las Vegas Review-Journal. source

More and more 'junk fees' appearing in Las Vegas tourist industry

The Feds call them junk fees: Hidden or unexpected back-end fees that ding consumers for things like concert tickets, dining, hotels, credit cards, airlines and more. 13 Investigates exposes who’s charging you extra money when you may not even realize it, and what you can do to fight back. source