The immigrants were among refugees fleeing the violence in Bosnia after a war that erupted in 1992 with the collapse of Yugoslavia.
Lynn Bonds was just putting in another day of work this week when rock legend Steven Tyler walked into her store and bought thousands of dollars’ worth of knives.
A NASCAR Sprint Cup car stolen from the hotel where the team was staying turned up on a rural Georgia road Saturday — the day before the scheduled race at Atlanta Motor Speedway, but not in time for the team to qualify.
CARSON CITY - The Nevada Supreme Court has ruled that the constitutional rights of a North Las Vegas minor who posted a threat of violence on his Facebook page were not violated when a Family Court judge found him to be a delinquent.
An ISIS court in northern Syria has ordered the release of 29 Assyrian Christian hostages among more than 200 captured by the Sunni extremist group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday, citing an Assyrian commander.
Part of the snow-covered roof of a Massachusetts skating rink collapsed on Saturday as a youth hockey team was practicing, but no one was hurt, authorities said.
The two right lanes were closed because of a crash involving a 4-door Volkswagen and minivan that happened about 10:50 a.m., according to Nevada Highway Patrol spokesman Loy Hixson.
A Nevada inmate serving up to nine years for possession of a stolen vehicle died Thursday, according to Nevada Department of Corrections officials.
Authorities continued to search for answers on Saturday in the murders of seven people in a small Missouri town as details emerged of the alleged shooter’s criminal background and local media reported the identities of another three victims.
Boulder City residents will soon see construction around the Eldorado Mountains as the Interstate 11 project inches closer to groundbreaking.
A U.S.-led coalition launched 11 air strikes in Iraq and nine in Syria since early Friday against Islamic State militants, the Combined Joint Task Force said.
Longtime NBA player Anthony Mason, who helped the New York Knicks reach the 1994 NBA Finals, died early Saturday morning at the age of 48.
The bicyclist was transported to Summerlin Hospital.
There is something magical about a small town. Something perfectly dreadful and yet charmingly nostalgic. The people of it understand each other, seemingly always straddling a line between love and hate, acceptance and resentment. Until heartache arrives. Then a small town unites.
A key player in the scheme to take over and defraud homeowners associations testified Friday how he helped rig elections to further the massive conspiracy directed by his cousin, former construction company boss Leon Benzer.
A motorcyclist was transported to the hospital with critical injuries after a central valley crash Friday night.
On Wednesday night, O’Reilly averaged 705,000 viewers ages 25 to 54 — up more than 35% from his year-to-date average of 516,000.
Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot and killed Friday night in central Moscow, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation said in a statement Saturday, prompting immediate speculation from fellow opposition figures that the killing was targeted.
Former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez texted a friend to “hurry” in the hours before prosecutors say the pair and another man murdered an associate in an industrial park in 2013, according to testimony on Friday.
A toddler wounded in what appears to be an accidental shooting in the northeast valley on Friday night is expected to survive, Las Vegas police said.
Seattle police searched on Friday for a vandal who hurled an egg at a woman standing outside a local bar, striking her in the head and knocking her unconscious in an apparently random drive-by attack, officials said.
For people living in North America, it’s been an especially brutal winter. The first day of spring — March 20 — can’t come too soon.
It’s been a year since American billionaire Sheldon Adelson’s casino company was hacked. Now the blame is officially being placed on Iran.
The U.S. House of Representatives gave final approval on Friday to a one-week stopgap spending bill for the domestic security agency, averting a partial shutdown with just hours to spare before a midnight deadline.
A law enforcement task force on Thursday arrested a man and confiscated 23 guns, drugs and cash during two raids in North Las Vegas, according to Metro.
The con artist tale is witty, charming and so sexy it makes “Fifty Shades of Grey” feel like a two-hour cold shower. Well, technically “Fifty Shades of Grey” makes “Fifty Shades of Grey” feel like a two-hour cold shower, but I digress.
Anne Marie Osburn could be eligible for parole in a little more than a year after she is sentenced for her role in the slaying of a 17-year-old runaway.
Las Vegas police on Friday were looking for a man they said is linked to a Thursday night shooting downtown.
Everyone makes mistakes. Reporters sometimes get their mistakes recorded. And often times they make us laugh.
Leonard Nimoy, best known for his portrayal of logic-bound Mr. Spock in the “Star Trek” science fiction television series and movies, died on Friday at age 83 after a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
The Metro officer and the man who was fatally shot by police Wednesday morning have been identified.
When none of her son’s classmates showed up to his birthday party, a Florida mother took to social media to express her despair. Within hours, her community rallied to make her little boy’s day nothing short of magical.
Visitation to Las Vegas inched up slightly in January while the average daily room rate soared to its highest level since September 2007, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority reported Friday.
Legislation that would repeal a federal handle tax on Nevada sports books was reintroduced in Congress Friday by Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., who said the levy places an undue burden on the state’s sports book industry.
A woman suffered second- and third-degree burns Friday while trying to extinguish a residential fire northwest of the Spaghetti Bowl.
Outgoing U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder vowed, “Anyone involved in the killing of American citizens will be held accountable. It doesn’t matter where you are, we will find you. We will hunt you down.”
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