The 13-year-old fatally shot in a west valley smoke shop Friday night was at least 40 feet away from the clerk and running out of the store as he was shot, a police report said.
Tesla Motor Co. on Thursday said a report that it missed hiring projections was based on outdated information and that the company is meeting target employment numbers at its massive battery factory in Northern Nevada.
A senior U.S. military official for the first time says the U.S.-led coalition has killed 50,000 Islamic State militants in the last two years in Iraq and Syria.
Houston will hire Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin to replace Tom Herman as the school’s football coach, USA Today reports.
When Nevada Ballet Theatre’s production opens on Saturday at The Smith Center, more than 100 people will be onstage. But dozens more have been working behind the scenes.
Clark County School District D Trustee Kevin Child denied accusations against him about inappropriate conduct and disruptions at schools, two days after Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky issued guidelines that restricts Child’s interactions with schools and staff.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ trademark request was denied by the United States Patent and Trademark Office on Wednesday because of a “likelihood of confusion” with the registered mark of The College of Saint Rose. The Albany, New York, school also uses the Golden Knights nickname.
Social media postings about a school district police officer shooting a Nevada high school student waving a knife toward classmates drew an immediate plea from authorities not to rush to conclusions about the on-campus incident.
Two men accused of running a phony Uber leasing company have been indicted on theft and securities fraud charges, the Nevada Attorney General’s office announced Wednesday.
The Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to sign a negotiating agreement with a development group proposing a senior living complex for four parcels at city-owned downtown Symphony Park.
Divers deposit urns containing ashes of two of the last survivors inside the sunken warship, where they will forever rest alongside the remains of hundreds of their former shipmates.
The Las Vegas Valley will have some clouds over the next few days and temperatures will rise over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
A Las Vegas man was ordered to serve 28 years to life in prison for fatally stabbing his 40-year-old ex-wife in front of two of their children.
The UNLV and Duke basketball programs have gone in different directions since the Blue Devils upset the Rebels in the 1991 national semifinals.
For the first time in more than two decades, life expectancy for Americans declined last year — a troubling development linked to a panoply of worsening health problems in the United States.
From big-name loss leaders to small bars off the casino floor, free live music is finding its way back into the casino scene.
The Clark County School District and Metropolitan police departments will join forces for a toy drive Saturday at the Target store located at 6480 Sky Pointe Drive.
Conor McGregor has filed a petition to challenge a sanction imposed by the Nevada Athletic Commission. Another UFC star, Nick Diaz, came to an agreement with the commission to settle a debt stemming from a 2015 fine.
Many of us eagerly watched on election night as Donald Trump picked up an unexpected win over Hillary Clinton to become the next U.S. president.
The fate of North Las Vegas’ city elections will likely be determined Dec. 21, along with a decision on whether to eliminate a judge’s position on the city’s Municipal Court.
Seventh-round results from the National Finals Rodeo on Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2016
Mike Ensign, a retired gaming executive who helped usher in the new era of Las Vegas casinos and father of former U.S. Sen. John Ensign of Nevada, died Wednesday morning in his Las Vegas home.
A longtime executive with Boyd Gaming will serve as chair of the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce — marking the first time this century that someone from a casino-industry background will serve in the position.
Las Vegas City Council members heard Wednesday about a slew of federal and state legislative issues that could affect the city.
A historic park in North Las Vegas will double in size and the Hoover Dam Visitor Center will get new exhibits as part of the latest round of projects funded by federal land auctions in the Las Vegas Valley.
Officials announced Wednesday that “unattended cooking” caused the blaze that ultimately killed a man, woman and 6-year-old girl last week in North Las Vegas.
Henderson police conducted a raid Wednesday in the criminal investigation into the 2015 death of attorney Susan Winters.
The Stadium Authority Board has launched its website: LVStadiumAuthority.com, where future meeting and other board information will soon be posted.
Tensions between the Clark County School Board and Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky escalated into several heated exchanges Wednesday as Skorkowsky confronted trustees about political maneuvering to diminish his role in the district’s reorganization.
There aren’t many better opening scenes than a player (Donnel Pumphrey of San Diego State) returning home needing 108 rushing yards against the country’s No. 2 run defense to become the NCAA’s all-time leader.
The 13-year-old boy who was killed Friday at a west valley smoke shop was shot multiple times in the back and at least once in the head, the boy’s father said Wednesday. That information could help explain why investigators decided Monday to pursue a murder charge against the smoke shop clerk accused of firing the fatal shots.
Defense attorneys for a bank robbery defendant continue to raise questions about jailhouse recordings of attorney-client privileged conversations that were inadvertently handed over to a federal prosecutor.
Reserved seating tickets are sold out for the game on Saturday at 2:15 p.m. and a limited number of standing-room-only tickets are now on sale. The tickets, priced at $20 each, are along the rail behind the 100-level sections.
Bryce Harper and the Washington Nationals supposedly are at odds over his $400 million demand despite the Las Vegas slugger’s contract not coming due until after the 2018 season.
Housing advocates have sued mortgage giant Fannie Mae, alleging a “stark pattern of discriminatory conduct” over its upkeep of foreclosed homes in Las Vegas and dozens of other metro areas.
A Nevada man who authorities say is a member of the New Jersey crime family believed to be the model for HBO’s “The Sopranos” has admitted plotting the death of an organized crime rival.
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