Oakland Raiders president Marc Badain met Wednesday with Clark County commissioner Steve Sisolak and discussed, among other topics, what Sisolak called the team’s “cautiously optimistic” view regarding a likely vote next week on the franchise’s relocation bid to Las Vegas.
Amber Vanhecke, 24, was traveling in a remote area of the Havasupai Indian Reservation when her car ran out of gas.
The Nevada Supreme Court has reversed the conviction of a 69-year-old woman serving a lengthy prison sentence for a shooting that left her son paralyzed.
Once a pending dismissal of the Silverstone Golf Club owner’s bankruptcy case is official, the Silverstone Ranch Community Association plans to sue to restore an operating golf course.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who authorities say was sexually assaulted in an attack streamed live on Facebook said Wednesday that her daughter has received online threats since it happened and that neighborhood kids have been joking about it and harassing her family.
A juror was dismissed Wednesday from the federal trial against a 93-year-old doctor. The reason for the juror’s removal was not disclosed in open court.
On deciding Javier Righetti’s punishment for the rape and murder of 15-year-old Alyssa Otremba, a prosecutor on Tuesday urged jurors to look no further than the defendant’s own words.
A constitutional amendment that would change Nevada law to recognize all marriages, regardless of gender, saw a long list of witnesses testify in support of the measure at a Senate committee hearing on Wednesday.
The Nevada Senate on Wednesday put an exclamation point on the state’s ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, 45 years to the day after it was passed by Congress and sent to states.
The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, plans to spend $6.5 million over the next year to add new, interactive exhibitions and a better dining experience as it seeks to draw in more tourists.
The head of counterterrorism at London’s Metropolitan Police says five people have died in the terror incident in London, including an attacker and a police officer.
There appears to be little appetite to shield the identities of the people who want to cash in on Nevada’s sprouting marijuana industry.
More than 2,000 people in the southwest valley were without power for an hour Wednesday evening after a faulty transformer failed.
If you think Fremont Street’s only signature beverages are booze-infused Technicolor slushies, think again. Downtown bar crawlers have plenty of options for unique Las Vegas drinks that don’t come with a sugar rush or a three-foot plastic cup.
The two people who died Tuesday in an eight-vehicle crash near Kingman, Arizona, have been identified.
Nevada Athletic Commission chairman Anthony Marnell said he doesn’t foresee a regulatory roadblock to a potential boxing match between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
A union representing AT&T workers says about 17,000 employees in California and Nevada have gone on strike over a change in some of their job duties.
A Lucky Cab Company driver was arrested last week in connection with the sexual assault of an incapacitated passenger.
Henderson police and Clark County Department of Family Services are investigating the death of a 2-year-old child.
Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Cedric Kerns has spent the past two decades on the bench, and his challenger Crystal Eller says it’s time for a change.
An incident Wednesday morning at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center was a “false alarm,” Las Vegas police said.
Once Conor McGregor pays his fine, he will be eligible to apply for a boxing license in Nevada. That would clear one hurdle in a potential megafight between McGregor and boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Minus5, kept at -5 degrees celsius, 23 degrees Fahrenheit, will open inside Grand Canal Shoppes, Minus5 President Noel Bowman said. He will hire about 30 people.
While he certainly got a few jabs in, Trevor Noah took time out of Tuesday’s “Daily Show” to defend Tomi Lahren. The conservative commentator made headlines on Monday when she was temporarily suspended from her nightly talk show on Glenn Beck’s the Blaze after she revealed that she is pro-choice.
NCAA tournament brackets everywhere have busted with some of the top-seeded teams losing earlier than expected.
When I attended my first Las Vegas Philharmonic concert Feb. 4, I was surprised that so many applauded after movements, the separate parts of a musical composition. This seemed like a serious music crowd. Didn’t they know better?
In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, federal appeals court judge provides few clues about his judicial philosophy.
One of the two motorcyclists who died Tuesday in a crash near Lake Mead National Recreational Area has been identified.
The motorcyclist killed in a central valley crash Tuesday evening has been identified as 26-year-old Brian Eli Boyd of Las Vegas.
A personal injury attorney representing dozens of survivors and victims’ relatives from the Orlando nightclub massacre filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the gunman’s employer and wife.
Nevada’s Public Records Act needs vigorous defenders, because politicians, like Sen. Julia Ratti, D-Sparks, keep trying to gut it.
Japanese whisky is experiencing a golden age. Some credit actor Bill Murray, who made reference to it in the 2003 film “Lost in Translation,” with bringing it to prominence.
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed his first bill of the 2017 legislative session Tuesday, rejecting a citizen initiative to automatically sign up people to vote when they get a driver’s license.
A SpeedVegas driving instructor has filed a civil lawsuit in Clark County District Court seeking an order to close the track south of Las Vegas until a series of safety protocols is instituted.
Las Vegas police have responded to an incident involving a man armed with a handgun at Silver Sevens Wednesday morning.
Citing the need for early drug intervention among teenagers, Adelson Clinic founder Dr. Miriam Adelson has offered to fund and implement the same drug-testing initiative that the Adelson Educational Campus uses for students and staff.
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