Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Conrad Hafen showed “a complete disregard for the law” when he ordered a deputy public defender handcuffed in court and sent her client to jail for six months, a group of defense lawyers wrote in a complaint with the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline.
Republican lawmakers who supported Gov. Brian Sandoval’s tax package have outraised their anti-tax Republican challengers so far this year.
The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for the identification, arrest and conviction of five men involved in an armed robbery of a jewelry store on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Clark County Education Association, which represents the approximately 18,000 teachers who work for the Clark County School District, recently posted blistering Internet ads against District A Trustee Deanna Wright and school board president and District C Trustee Linda Young.
Fremont East Entertainment Disctrict now has one fewer restaurant, as the Red Light District-themed fondue restaurant F. Pigalle has abruptly closed its doors.
Melanie Kushnir was much more than a hiker, she was an inspiration.
Executives with XpressWest, the company franchised to build a high-speed rail line between Las Vegas and Southern California, have talked with officials with Hyperloop One, the high-tech, high-speed transport system under development in North Las Vegas.
Nevada correctional officers will no longer use shotguns loaded with 7.5 birdshot to break up altercations in state prisons, the Corrections Department’s director said late Tuesday.
Sacramento Kings point guard Darren Collison was arrested on a charge of domestic violence after deputies responded to a report of a woman being assaulted inside a California home, authorities said Tuesday.
Assembly Speaker John Hambrick is the target of mailers blasting his role in supporting $1.5 billion in new and extended sunset taxes for public education that the Legislature passed in 2015.
Las Vegas urologist Michael Kaplan, convicted in 2014 of reusing equipment meant for single use in medical procedures, is now an Internet pitchman for a line of male enhancement products that he has developed.
The administrator of two Las Vegas surgery centers pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court to embezzling $1.3 million from physicians who invested in the clinics.
Las Vegas police were investigating two separate shootings in the east valley Tuesday afternoon.
Westgate oddsmaker Jeff Sherman is siding with LeBron James and the Cavaliers to get revenge in an NBA Finals rematch. The price on Cleveland is plus-175 to win the series.
The Tuscany Suites & Casino is bringing more beer variety to Las Vegas — 365 more beers, to be exact — with the opening of its new pub in June.
Police are asking for the public’s help to locate an 84-year-old North Las Vegas man who was reported missing by his family Tuesday morning.
Temperatures are expected to climb to record-breaking heights this week, and an excessive heat watch has been issued for the weekend.
“The great thing about traveling in Nevada is that every time you do it, you leave the known world behind.”
Two people wanted in connection with a May 20 homicide in Maryland are now being held in the Mohave County jail in Kingman.
A jury has convicted an actor who played a police officer on TV of second-degree murder in the shooting death of his wife in Los Angeles.
The U.S. State Department warned Americans on Tuesday of the possible threat of terrorist attacks in Europe this summer, saying targets could include tourist sites, restaurants and large events such as the European Soccer Championship in France.
Tesla’s gigafactory under construction east of Reno will be put on display July 29 for some of the electric-car company’s customers.
A driver in Tampa, Florida, is under arrest after driving his car over two motorcyclists on Monday.
A teenage boy was shot Monday night in North Las Vegas and is expected to live.
Police are investigating possible criminal charges in a Cincinnati Zoo incident in which a gorilla was killed in order to rescue a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into its enclosure, a prosecutor said on Tuesday.
California Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday endorsed Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, saying it was the only way to keep Republican Donald Trump out of the White House.
University of Phoenix plans to open a first-of-its-kind innovation center at the Bank of America Plaza building at 300 S. Fourth St. in downtown Las Vegas.
One measly point stopped Johnathan Hampton from passing a standardized math test and now the Canyon Springs High School senior won’t be throwing his cap in the air with classmates on June 10.
The 47th annual World Series of Poker officially opens its seven-week run at the Rio Convention Center on Tuesday. Here are the stories to watch this summer leading up to the Main Event, which begins July 9.
Emily Ratajkowski wore a one-leg-baring, satin-green, robe-looking dress Saturday night, which, by Strip standards, is like a nun’s nightie. But it caught the attention of London media.
One person was displaced after a fire damaged two neighboring homes near McCarran International Airport Tuesday morning.
The Silverstone Ranch Community Association is seeking an emergency court hearing to address the issue of watering the golf course.
A man died Monday night after being shot at a central valley apartment complex , officials confirmed Tuesday.
Tamia Mickles is graduating with a gold medal, two silver medals, a tiara and a resume stacked with extracurricular activities.
A man is hospitalized after a Monday night shooting in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
NHL commissioner Gary Bettman said the league has not reached a decision yet as to whether to award Bill Foley a franchise for Las Vegas. The final decision will be made at the league’s Board of Governors meeting June 22 in Las Vegas.
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