Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman reacted to Monday’s news that the Department of Energy will start shipping low-level nuclear waste from Tennessee for disposal in Nevada.
Metro is investigating a fatal wreck that might have resulted from a medical episode at the intersection Flamingo Road and Rainbow Boulevard, Las Vegas police said.
The body of a woman was discovered by a mountain biker on the East Ogden Bench Monday morning, investigators said.
Traffic is still a hassle on westbound Flamingo Road near the Strip after a water main broke late Sunday.
Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young received five years of probation in a felony battery case on Tuesday and must stay in a live-in program for one year.
On a construction site dormant since Boyd Gaming abandoned its plans for the Echelon resort, the first phase of Resorts World Las Vegas, a 3,000-room Chinese-themed mega-resort, broke ground Tuesday.
There are many factors which tie these successful individuals together, one of them being how they grew and matured along the journey. Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think,” interviewed more than a thousand millionaires over three decades to learn what led them to their success and wealth.
The man who told Metro that hip-hop artist Chris Brown punched him during a pickup basketball no longer wants the artist to be charged, Las Vegas police said Tuesday.
A joint budget subcommittee on Tuesday unanimously approved $47.5 million in funding for the development of a new DMV computer system to help reduce long lines and wait times, but it won’t make any difference for customers in the short term.
Urologist Michael Kaplan was sentenced to four years in federal prison Tuesday for reusing equipment meant for single use in medical procedures.
What could have turned out to be a love story turned into an awkward moment after a woman searched for a stranger she kissed during the Boston Marathon — only to hear back from the man’s wife.
Tuesday’s Google Doodle pays tribute to trailblazing journalist Nellie Bly on her 151st birthday with a melodic ode.
Erin Stoffel shuffled her 7-year-old son, Ezra, and 5-year-old daughter, Selah, off a pedestrian bridge in Menasha, Wisconsin, after a gunman randomly opened fire, killing her husband and her 11-year-old daughter.
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack outside a Prophet Mohammed cartoon contest in Texas — and warned of more attacks to come.
A man faces child endangerment and kidnapping charges, among others, after Las Vegas police said he barricaded himself into a west valley apartment Tuesday with a woman and baby.
Prosecutors in Colorado charged a 14-year-old boy on Monday with attempted first-degree murder, assault and possession of a weapon on school grounds after a 14-year-old girl was stabbed last week at a Denver-area elementary school.
Just days after Floyd Mayweather Jr. was victorious over Manny Pacquaio in the ring, Mayweather says he wants a rematch with Pacquiao in 2016.
Two people were injured after a crash at the intersection of U.S Highway 95 and Charleston Boulevard, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
New jets are in the works with wings that bend and twist in an effort to optimize fuel efficiency.
Prepare to have your hearts melted.
Over the years, the Riviera somehow maintained a sizable core of proud employees, the kind who actually make the factory function, the ones who deserve the credit for creating the Vegas experience.
Boxing fans who described Saturday’s match between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao as “out of this world” were really onto something: The fight will screen for U.S. astronauts on the International Space Station.
Four people were injured in a car crash while fleeing from police Monday night, according to Metro.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” dominated the box office this weekend, but in the record books, it will have to settle for runner-up status.
A Florida man changing a flat tire on a freeway bridge lost his balance and plunged 30 feet into the water below, sustaining minor injuries before authorities fished him out, police said on Monday.
A Senate committee Monday agreed with the concept of a bill cracking down on candidate residency violations but disagreed on how vacancies should be handled if a person deemed ineligible should win at the ballot box.
The Department of Energy this week is performing a test run of the route and procedures for shipping potent uranium waste from a federal laboratory in Tennessee for disposal in Nevada.
A Washington state patrolman whose car struck two people crossing the street against a do-not-walk sign in December will face no punishment and the injured pair have been fined $112 each after a probe found them at fault, police said on Monday.
The World’s Fair has left us with a number of familiar architectural marvels that long outlived their six months in the global spotlight. With Expo 2015 now underway, we’ve put together a list of iconic structures purpose built for a World’s Fair.
Manny Pacquiao will have surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder later this week after re-injuring the joint during Saturday’s 12-round unanimous decision loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr.
The Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao welterweight championship fight on Saturday in Las Vegas was expected to generate 3 to 4 million pay-per-view buys at nearly $100 each, but thousands also watched the boxing match for free thanks to Twitter’s video-streaming app, Periscope. Lawyers for Las Vegas-based Top Rank, the fight’s co-promoter, were looking into the alleged piracy Monday.
Seth Gilliam, who joined the cast last season as the morally conflicted Rev. Gabriel Stokes, was arrested in Peachtree City, Georgia, early Sunday.
A Michigan man who winters in Las Vegas became the first patient in Nevada to receive a newly approved form of medication to treat Parkinson’s disease.
In a surrealistic, you-don’t-see-that-everyday kind of way, the storied Riviera, a fixture on the north end of the Strip for 60 years, closed its doors for good Monday.
In his third day of testimony casino mogul Sheldon Adelson denied knowledge of a secret “exorcism strategy” to rid Sands China Ltd. of its president and CEO, Steven Jacobs.
Running back Altee Tenpenny announced on Instagram he will transfer from Alabama to UNLV. He will have to sit out next season under NCAA transfer rules, but Tenpenny was one of the nation’s top recruits in 2013.
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