At the end of a three-mile tunnel, engineers are preparing to remove a 16-foot-wide stainless steel plug and allow water from the deepest part of the lake to flow to taps in Las Vegas.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are having a second baby after naming the first one North, begging the question: What should they name child number two?
A 64-year-old Northern Nevada inmate serving time for weapons charges died on Sunday, the Nevada Department of Corrections said Monday. Larry Dial died at a Carson City hospital after being housed at the Northern Nevada prison medical facility.
A U.S. woman on a safari outside Johannesburg was attacked and killed by a lion Monday.
A California high school senior’s portrait was left out of her high school yearbook over a policy that officials say is now under review.
Airport screeners failed to detect explosives and weapons in nearly every test that an undercover Homeland Security team conducted at dozens of airports, according to an internal investigation.
A video containing body cam footage from the Albuquerque (N.M.) Police Department along with audio of a 911 call pertaining to the traffic accident that led to the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s indefinite suspension of Jon Jones was obtained by MMA Digest on Monday.
A lush oasis where the Great Basin and Mojave Desert intersect, Pahranagat Valley in southern Lincoln County offers glimpses of a long and varied history.
The Assembly on Monday approved legislation that allows the state to designate underperforming public schools as turnaround schools and requires school districts to lay off the least effective teachers and administrators when staff reductions are necessary.
Some questioned Rashad Vaughn when he left UNLV after his injury-plagued freshman year. But his ability to create off the dribble and shoot excites NBA teams enamored by the smaller, faster style of the Golden State Warriors.
Following the box office success of “San Andreas,” star Dwayne Johnson is in negotiations to star in a remake of ’80s cult classic “Big Trouble in Little China” for 20th Century Fox, sources tell Variety.
A psychiatrist testified on Monday that Colorado theater gunman James Holmes chose a midnight screening of a movie to commit mass murder because he believed there would be fewer children present.
Attorneys Mary and Phil Brown filed the lawsuit in 2012, claiming defamation through an anonymous comment posted on the news organization’s website.
Gavin Maloof, of the Palms and former basketball family, is selling his Las Vegas estate in Southern Highlands for $12.5 million — the house where Lil Wayne shot the video for his hip hop classic “Lollipop.”
Henderson is set to approve two more medical marijuana dispensaries this month, one of which nixed its first potential site after neighborhood opposition.
Spanish pop star Enrique Iglesias is seeking treatment after a drone cut his hand during a Saturday concert.
Last week a federal judge threw out most of the evidence FBI agents seized from Caesars Palace villas during a raid on an alleged operation that accepted millions of dollars in illegal wagers on World Cup soccer.
In the past, Painesville Municipal Court Judge Michael Cicconetti sentenced a drunken driver to view bodies of car crash victims in the morgue and told teens to play drums in support of Lake Metroparks for criminal mischief.
Valet employees at the SLS Las Vegas said a majority of the parking staff don’t want to be represented by the Teamsters Union and are seeking advice on how to end demonstrations at the north Strip resort.
Because the last thing you want to do this month is head outdoors, here’s a look at some of the new and returning TV shows, including new seasons of “True Detective,” “Orange Is the New Black” and a slew of dramas on TNT and USA.
Well, it’s finally been announced. In an official blogpost, Microsoft has announced that the newest version of their Windows operating system will be released late next month.
Archaeologists and divers from across continents believe they have struck history gold, confirming the first ever discovery of a sunken slave ship.
Nicholas Hegedus, a student at Schofield Middle School, on Monday learned the details of how he will be granted his biggest wish: meeting President Obama.
Transportation engineers inspected 55 bridges within 50 miles of the epicenter of the May 22 quake and found no problems.
Defense lawyer Luis J. Rojas was sentenced to three years probation Monday in what authorities say was a short-sale scheme to erase more than $800,000 in mortgage debt from his Henderson home.
Three companies looking to generate electricity from solar energy on federal land in Clark County received final government approval Monday following fast-track reviews.
A Virginia woman says she is devastated after her dog died when he was accidentally left in a heated drying cage by a groomer at Petco.
We’ve all seen a video or two of someone on vacation in a foreign country, filming an exotic dish being prepared. This is another one of those videos, with a pretty unexpected twist.
Environmentalist Pat Crowley’s mission is to introduce cricket flour into mainstream grocery stores.
A man was in critical condition Monday after being stabbed multiple times near downtown Las Vegas, according to police.
Everyone has had at least one bad date. It may have been embarrassing, enraging or borderline unbelievable — basically, one you would never want to repeat.
Sahara Avenue between Arville Street and Decatur Boulevard was closed for about two hours Monday while Las Vegas police investigated a “suspicious package.”
Mars-bound astronauts will face several medical risks, among them cosmic radiation. UNLV researcher Frank Cucinotta has co-authored a study that looks at what cosmic radiation can do to the brain. The short answer: Nothing that’s good.
The Las Vegas Valley is heating up — quick. Within a week, temperatures went from cool 80s to 104 on Sunday, tying a record for the day. Here are some tips on how to deal with the sweltering “dry heat.”
Hillary Clinton will return to Nevada on June 18 as part of her official launch for the presidency, her campaign said Monday.
Anyone who has driven down Sixth Street just south of Charleston Boulevard may have noticed it — an oversized bright white building with cherry red accents surrounded by a decorative iron fence.
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