New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day plans might need to be altered to include staying home, keeping warm and maybe participating in snowball fights for fun as the National Weather Service is almost certain there will be accumulated snow in the valley and the Mojave Desert.
The Baltimore Ravens are back in the playoffs. The Seattle Seahawks are staying home — in a good way. While the Ravens made it on San Diego’s loss to Kansas City, the Seahawks rounded into form in the last few games of the regular season to grab homefield advantage.
Ousted Nevada Assemblyman Steven Brooks, the first person ever expelled from the Legislature, was the man behind the hundreds of trees made available on the morning of Christmas Eve and he was happy to do it.
A blaze at a senior citizen apartment complex hospitalized one woman and injured a man in North Las Vegas Sunday afternoon, the fire department said.
A northern Arizona police officer killed over the weekend was shot repeatedly at close range by a domestic violence suspect after calmly asking the man if he could pat him down for any weapons, authorities said Sunday.
While UNLV was shocking No. 3-ranked Arizona, Dick Vitale and his bride of 43 years were taking in Le Reve at Wynn Las Vegas. Le Reve was the first big production at the Wynn, so it’s still a diaper dandy among Las Vegas shows.
Ships and planes have resumed searching for a passenger jet that went missing more than 24 hours ago on a flight from Indonesia to Singapore. Officials said they believe that the plane is at the bottom of the sea.
A man in his 50s surfing on the Central California coast survived an attack Sunday by a juvenile great white shark, state officials said. The man sustained minor injuries and was able to paddle himself to shore.
The Nevada Highway Patrol is alerting drivers to expect long delays and traffic cameras show bumper to bumper traffic near Primm on southbound I-15.
Believe it or not, there are a few things that, while important and closely related to your financial health, aren’t reported to credit bureaus and won’t result in a bad credit score. Hopefully your quest for the highest credit score possible is made a bit less stressful with the following knowledge.
Audiences had their pick of genres during the Christmas weekend, but splashy holiday debuts proved no match for “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies.” “The Interview,” meanwhile, wowed with $15 million from its 2 million online rentals and purchases.
From giants in the casino industry such as Jackie Gaughan to the last lady Munchkin, Las Vegas bid adieu to many prominent and noteworthy men and women in 2014.
A man was trapped in an SUV and later hospitalized with minor injuries after a crash on Wigwam Avenue and Torrey Pines Drive Sunday afternoon. The driver, a man in his 20s, may have broken his hand.
Clint Carvahlo and his Extreme Parrots were semifinalists on “America’s Got Talent” and appear nightly at Planet Hollywood’s V Theater, but their current Springs Preserve gig may be “the most rewarding thing I’ve ever done,” Carvahlo says.
The Islamic State militant group has killed 1,878 people in Syria during the past six months, the majority of them civilians, a British-based Syrian monitoring organization said on Sunday.
Las Vegas’ restaurant realm staggered a bit for a few years during the worst of the recession, but like the most dedicated Strip imbiber it regained its footing during 2014 and partied on in high style.
An 11-year-old Bismarck boy is gathering donations to help fill backpacks with items like water bottles and hand warmers to give to the homeless.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has awarded a $50,000 grant to a Carson City arts organization.
A Massachusetts woman charged with two counts of murder after the skeletal remains of three babies were found in her squalid home faces arraignment.
Dance and church have not always been a unifying force in American culture, but when they are combined by liturgical dancers, the result can be a sacred experience.
Michael Sam, the first openly gay player drafted by an NFL team, told Oprah Winfrey that he still dreams of playing in a regular season game and that he is not the only homosexual in pro football.
The U.S.-led coalition in Afghanistan formally ended its combat mission on Sunday, more than 13 years after an international alliance ousted the Taliban government for sheltering the planners of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on American cities.
The Obama administration is on the verge of proposing long-awaited rules for commercial drone operations in U.S. skies, but key decisions on how much access to grant drones are likely to come from Congress next year.
This was a sure bet in 2014: celebrities making headlines, from delicious feuds to a cult confession.
Winter creates frosty landscapes and snowy calendar scenes that Grand Canyon visitors the rest of the year will miss.
The Las Vegas man who was shot and killed in the robbery of a Walgreens Friday morning was positively identified Sunday by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Egypt says it banned Ridley Scott’s biblical epic “Exodus: Gods & Kings” because it gives the wrong idea about Egypt’s history and presents a “racist” image of Jews.
The woman arrested Saturday afternoon in connection with a shooting two hours earlier in the northwest valley faces an attempted murder charge, according to Las Vegas police.
Police in Massachusetts have arrested a woman who they say smeared uncooked bacon and sausage all over a police station dispatch window offering to “feed the pigs.”
What would television do without Las Vegas? Probably be a lot less wacky. The city’s TV footprint extends from “Wizard Wars” to “Vegas Rat Rods” and beyond. On a larger scale, the 2014 season also saw the end of such TV classics as “How I Met Your Mother” and “Boardwalk Empire.”
Instead of a dominant defense, the Pittsburgh Steelers are heading into the playoffs by relying on an explosive offense, and running back Le’Veon Bell has been a big reason for the success.
Happy anniversary, Las Vegas. This marks the 25th annual edition of my Bottom 10 stories of the year. I think you’ll agree that we’re not getting older, we’re getting weirder.
Fun winter activities abound in Brian Head, Utah, from skiing and snowboarding to tubing and snowmobiling. Or perhaps you’d enjoy a sleigh ride around town or a pleasant evening around the fireplace.
The Roots, Drake and more scheduled to perform New Year’s shows.
You don’t get more local than Little League. Mountain Ridge united the community as few teams have, a group of 14 players who became the first team in Nevada history to make the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Columnist Ed Graney has their story at the top of his 2014 list.
The frontcourt — Chris Wood, specifically — set the bar high for the Rebels on Saturday night. The Rebels dominated Southern Utah, 79-45, earning above-average grades across the board. UNLV avoided a letdown after Tuesday’s big win over Arizona.
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