A woman was killed in a late Friday night shooting in the west valley, Las Vegas police said. First responders were called to 1300 block of West Wind Road, near the intersection of West Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road.
Three people closed out their accounts at Wells Fargo Bank on Friday in Las Vegas to protest what they describe as discrimination against atheists.
Even if the parts are better than the whole, Broadway-level craftsmanship shines through in “Duck Commander Musical,” the new show at the Rio based on the “Duck Dynasty” family. It lives up to its pledge not to make fun of its subjects, but it’s open season on how and why the Robertsons are famous.
A man was shot and killed near the intersection of Tropical Parkway and 5th Street Friday evening, North Las Vegas police said. Officers were called shortly before 6 p.m. to the 500 block of Riding Crop, said police spokesman officer Aaron Patty.
Clark County is facing a bill of up to $600,000 for cleaning up a 200-gallon diesel spill at Spring Mountain Youth Camp after a sensor failed and fuel leaked out of a small hole where county staff had failed to reinstall a bolt.
Near the end of “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” Kevin James’ titular security guard dangles precariously from a zip line strung between Encore and Wynn Las Vegas.
A controversial bill that would require parents to be notified if their child seeks an abortion won approval Friday in the Assembly on a party-line 24-17 vote with Republicans in support.
A federal judge has ruled that FBI agents violated a wealthy Malaysian businessman’s privacy rights when they entered his Caesars Palace villa last year posing as repairmen to secretly gather evidence before conducting a raid in an illegal sports betting investigation.
A Las Vegas police motorcycle officer was hospitalized Friday afternoon after he crashed in the northwest valley, police said.
Ronald Wayne Tate had three separate run-ins with Las Vegas police within 48 hours of being shot and killed near the Jean Airport last year, police said during a public hearing Friday.
Republican and Democratic leaders in the Nevada Senate both expressed confidence Friday that the governor’s proposed business license fee hike will win approval early next week.
Las Vegas police shot a dog they say attacked one of their K-9s in the northeast valley Friday while they looked for someone in a stolen vehicle investigation. The shot dog later died.
Sofia Vergara’s ex-fiancé is suing the actress for custody of two female embryos the former couple created in 2012.
Three Cuban immigrants were sentenced to lengthy federal prison terms Friday for taking part in a major Las Vegas-area theft ring.
We regularly teach our children how to respond in certain social situations. We train them to hold the door for strangers, to smile politely when eye contact is made, and we expect them to reach for the words “thank you.”
This year I opened my first credit card. It comes with a $500 credit limit and an interest rate that almost exceeds my age. If you’re wondering why I’m so excited to be the owner of what is basically a Fisher-Price credit card, you have to understand the Napoleon complex that not having any credit gave me.
The Vietnam Veterans of Nevada Foundation will hold its first spring craft fair fundraiser from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday.
A Clark County jury on Friday convicted a man of fatally shooting his estranged wife in front of their five children.
Let’s face it, seatbelts can be tricky.
Chicago Cubs prospect Kris Bryant went 0-for-4 with three strikeouts in his big-league debut Friday in a 5-4 loss to the San Diego Padres at Wrigley Field.
The accidental death of a 2-year-old boy in Milwaukee on Sunday triggered a violent chain of events, eventually claiming the lives of three more people.
An NV Energy official said this week that rooftop solar companies can continue to operate in Nevada without net metering.
A Denver teacher has been sharing notes from her students on Twitter, and many of them are heartbreaking.
An Oklahoma reserve deputy, who fatally shot a man when he said he accidentally grabbed his gun instead of his Taser, apologized to the victim’s family on Friday and said his mistake could have happened to anyone.
From the giant sequoias of Yosemite to the geysers of Yellowstone, the United States’ national parks were made for you and me. And for Saturday and Sunday, they’re also free.
The parents of the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings are making an emotional, passionate plea to take the death penalty off the table for the man convicted in the case.
A man apparently upset over a family business dispute “snapped” before fatally shooting his two brothers, his mother and his sister-in-law and then killing himself at a home in Phoenix, police said on Friday.
A Nevada Senate committee on Friday heard two bills tied to Gov. Brian Sandoval’s education agenda — providing breakfast in more schools for low-income students and establishing a new office within the Department of Education to combat bullying.
Jason Warnock was driving through a canyon in Lewiston, Idaho, on Wednesday when he saw a tree, then looked up to see an SUV dangling over the edge of a cliff. He didn’t hesitate to take action.
A woman who admitted her role in a shooting that left a 24-year-old man dead was sentenced Thursday to 8 to 20 years in prison.
A budget amendment allowing the state to directly run its only juvenile maximum-security facility raised concerns among lawmakers.
Jerry Tarkanian’s 5-year-old grandson suffered a stroke and was hospitalized at University Medical Center on Friday.
The four people who were killed in a three-vehicle crash on Wednesday have been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Long before he was a Broadway legend, Ben Vereen was a 20-year-old chorus dancer in Bob Fosse’s “Sweet Charity,” at Caesars Palace.
The frantic 911 call came just as the Alaska Airlines flight had taken off from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Monday afternoon. The caller was a ramp agent who fell asleep in the plane’s cargo hold.
In a move that defines courage and class, Gary Gray’s wife, County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani, set aside her grief and matched listener donations in his name during the ongoing KNPR fundraiser.
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