Three Las Vegas middle school students reported being inappropriately touched and harassed by their math teacher starting as early as August, according to a police report.
Organizers of community events staged at exhibit halls at Cashman Center are scrambling to find new places once Cashman is mothballed by city officials at the end of the year.
Companies looking to cash in on Nevada’s recreational marijuana market are in a race to get up and running or risk missing out on months of legal sales.
Twelve people were killed and three others were injured Wednesday when a pickup truck slammed head-on into a van carrying 14 senior members of a Texas Hill Country church on a two-lane highway in southwestern Texas, authorities said.
Ford is recalling more than 570,000 vehicles in North America and Europe to fix separate problems that can cause engine fires and doors to fly open unexpectedly.
Two Houston men have been arrested in connection with five incidents in a trending crime police are calling “jugging.” The crime involves suspects stalking victims from banks and businesses who have bank bags or envelopes. Police said the crime is named after the nickname for a bank bag.
P.J. Washington will be concluding his decorated, three-year Findlay Prep career this week following the Dick’s High School Nationals tournament in New York City.
After spending more than six decades watching over downtown Las Vegas, the iconic Blue Angel statue is getting some restoration and relaxation.
Nobel literature prize laureate Bob Dylan will meet with members of the Swedish Academy during a weekend visit to Stockholm and they will hand over his Nobel diploma and medal, the academy said Wednesday
Businesses with 50 or more employees would have to provide paid sick leave under a bill heard Wednesday by the Senate Committee on Commerce, Labor and Energy.
A motorcyclist who was hospitalized in critical condition died Wednesday afternoon after a collision with a vehicle in the area of West Flamingo Road and South Durango Drive, police said.
The Clark County coroner identified the man as Vincent Varos, 50, who died of blunt force head trauma Sunday in southwest Las Vegas, and ruled his death a homicide.
It’s running behind schedule, but Smith’s is poised to start building two massive supermarkets in the Las Vegas Valley in coming months.
Social media was abuzz last week with reports about the prodigious drive of actor Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson at Bali Hai Golf Club, where he was filming an episode of his HBO series “Ballers.”
A new dd’s Discounts store will open this summer at Desert Inn and Topaz roads.
The world’s spiders consume somewhere between 400 million and 800 million tons of prey a year. That means that spiders eat at least as much meat as all 7 billion humans on the planet.
Fifth-graders in Mrs. KellyLynn Charles’ class at Lummis Elementary School in Las Vegas are all in on a proposal in the Legislature to give them one-year free passes to Nevada’s state parks and recreational areas.
The man accused in a shooting incident on a bus Saturday on the Las Vegas Strip made his first appearance in court Wednesday morning.
One man arrested after a robbery at a jewelry store at the Bellagio earlier Saturday appeared in court on Wednesday.
Singer George Michael’s publicist says his funeral has been held in London.
The biggest debate during Tuesday’s pot extravaganza at the Nevada Legislature revolved around brownies and gummy bears.
With the Raiders suddenly on the local sports scene, it means both the NFL and the NHL are in Las Vegas, a market similar to Nashville when it comes to size, tourism and entertainment.
A Durango High School student was arrested Tuesday after making terroristic threats on Twitter, according to Clark County School District police.
A high-wind warning will be in effect most of Thursday as a major wind storm moves through the Las Vegas Valley.
Speed up, slowpokes. Or better yet, get into the right lane. Assembly Bill 334 would penalize motorists who poke along in the left lane of the highway.
Clark County Commission chairman Steve Sisolak said Tuesday that the Oakland Raiders’ “premier site” to build a new NFL stadium remains a 63-acre property at Russell Road and Dean Martin Drive.
Police say a driver struck a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser near the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday morning and was taken into custody.
Nevada Department of Wildlife biologists discover the containers once used to ship weapons of war are ideal breeding grounds for fish that lives only in a few remaining pools in northern Clark County.
Christopher Klemp, a key figure in an alleged administrative cover-up within the Clark County School District Police Department, is keeping his job after he won a grievance against the district.
Perhaps more amazing than owners voting 31-1 on Monday in favor of allowing relocation for owner Mark Davis and his Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas was that gambling was barely mentioned before ballots were cast.
Here are three things to watch on Day 52 of the 2017 Legislative session.
A man suffered a wound to his torso after being stabbed early Wednesday morning in the central Las Vegas Valley.
The Oakland Raiders announced Tuesday they are accepting $100 deposits for what appears to be personal seat licenses at the new Las Vegas stadium.
Nobody was hurt after a grill caught fire at a fast food restaurant in the central Las Vegas Valley Wednesday morning.
Lawyers for the Vistana Homeowners Association argued to a judge Tuesday that they are entitled to $7 million in damages from a law firm they say helped to advance a fraud scheme.
A suspect in Saturday’s jewelry store smash-and-grab on the Strip told police he traveled from Mexico City to Las Vegas because his family was being threatened.
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