Henderson police conducted a raid Wednesday in the criminal investigation into the 2015 death of attorney Susan Winters.
Donald Trump chose retired Gen. John Kelly Wednesday to head his Homeland Security Department and offered newly sympathetic words for the hundreds of thousands of immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.
“Absinthe” is going Hollywood. Well, in a manner of speaking. A second version of the hit show at Caesars Palace is opening on March 22 at L.A. Live Event Deck, the show’s production company Speigelworld announced Wednesday morning.
Pigs still can’t fly, but you can fly after saying “hi” to a pig in San Francisco. The San Francisco International Airport has introduced Lilou, a therapy pig, as the newest member of the airports so-called “Wag Brigade,” a group of therapy animals that roam the terminals.
The Nevada attorney general’s office has filed a motion asking a district court to clarify or alter its order concerning applications for the education savings account program.
About 4,000 guests, including several dozen Pearl Harbor survivors, gather on Kilo Pier overlooking the harbor for the ceremony at 7:55 a.m., the moment when Japanese warplanes attacked in 1941.
A mysterious 29-year-old doula from Las Vegas is among the 30 women who’ll be chasing technology salesman Nick Viall when “The Bachelor” returns on Jan. 2.
The Las Vegas Valley should see one of the colder nights this season On Wednesday before warming up through the weekend, the National Weather Service said.
A Clark County jury has awarded $14.5 million to the family of an 8-year-old girl in a medical malpractice lawsuit.
Don’t be surprised if the New York Mets sneak Tim Tebow into some spring training action.
Talking to police moments after learning his 15-year-old daughter Alexus was fatally shot, William Postorino didn’t want to believe that a man he had considered a friend for more than 30 years could be the killer.
Tuesday’s joint Las Vegas City Council and Planning Commission session focused on a strategy for guiding downtown development across diverse areas — from the Medical District to the Arts District and Fremont East.
Concerns that the Clark County School Board have obstructed a mandated district overhaul has led to a flurry of accusations that trustees are violating the law passed to implement the process.
About 7:45 a.m. Metropolitan Police Department patrol officers were dispatched to the 11200 block of Gillespie Street near East Starr Avenue to investigate a body found in a vacant lot.
Donald Trump is Time magazine’s Person of the Year.
The kid they call “P Nice” because his game is so good, so young, is getting comfortable in a hurry during his first NBA season, and it certainly helps playing alongside the star-studded cast of KD, two-time reigning MVP Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green every day.
A strong earthquake rocked Indonesia’s Aceh province early Wednesday, killing nearly 100 people and sparking a frantic rescue effort in the rubble of dozens of collapsed and damaged buildings.
So you want to ride bulls, huh? Try something a lot more tame. Like football.
Elizabeth Trosper has resigned from a contract with the city of Henderson following a public records lawsuit involving the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Employment numbers at Tesla’s massive battery factory in Northern Nevada are far below projections made to state lawmakers when they passed a $1.3 billion tax incentive to lure the electric car company’s project to the state.
We’ve seen what hasn’t worked on Las Vegas stages this year. What has worked? A sullen comic-magician dressed in a satin dragon suit, toting his similarly attired Chihuahua.
Clark County School District D Trustee Kevin Child would not comment Tuesday about the system-wide guidelines that restrict his access to schools and staff.
“If it was right after the attack on Pearl Harbor, I’d want to kick him in the ass. … (But now) I have no hate for the Japanese,” says one 93-year-old former USS Nevada sailor.
Sixth-round results from the National Finals Rodeo on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016
Audi on Tuesday rolled out a line of vehicles capable of counting down the seconds drivers will have to wait at a red light for most signals across the Las Vegas Valley, making it the first region in the U.S. to employ vehicle-to-infrastructure technology.
Randall Cunningham, Silverado High School’s football coach and a Las Vegas pastor, is the leading passer and punter in UNLV history.
Complaints against smells emanating from medical-marijuana operations dominates commission’s first substantive discussion of pot policy since passage of Question 2.
Nevada Rep. Dina Titus has sent a letter to Vice President-elect Mike Pence and the presidential transition team asking it to carefully review the online gaming industry before reaching a conclusion on a letter opposing online gaming sent last month by 10 attorneys general.
A man is dead in a crash in Sun City Anthem in Henderson Tuesday afternoon.
There’s an evolution going on at the Grand Bazaar Shops in front of Bally’s, and retailers are smiling a little more.
Troopers patrolling the state’s roadways will begin suiting up in the new gray uniforms starting Jan 1.
It’s the 32nd year the National Finals Rodeo is being held in Las Vegas, and for those who aren’t competing, fashion comes first.
A Nevada man with a criminal history spanning five decades has been sentenced to life in prison for killing an 80-year-old bank customer during an armed robbery in Reno in 2013.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives said Tuesday afternoon that it is looking at the possibility that a refrigerator or other appliance was the source of a warehouse fire that killed 36 people.
Two were hospitalized Tuesday after a propane tank explosion near the North Las Vegas Airport.
Clark County School District D Trustee Kevin Child has been barred from entering schools without specific invitation from administrators, according to a letter Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky sent to district staff on Monday. Guidelines were set “in order to ensure a safe and respectful working environment.”
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