University Medical Center destroyed evidence and its executives made “numerous misrepresentations” about records pertaining to a federal class-action lawsuit against the Clark County public hospital, according to a report issued this week in U.S. District Court.
Republican Adam Laxalt, who now is a Nevada attorney general candidate, got rave performance reviews when he was a judge advocate general in the Navy, according to military documents his campaign released Friday.
The Nevada Board of Regents decided Friday to ask the governor to put $45.94 million toward transforming the state’s medical education, including $26.67 million for a new UNLV medical school.
The couple whose selfie was snapped with a Southern California burglary victim’s phone has been identified, authorities said Thursday.
Las Vegas city staff and The Cordish Cos. are still negotiating funding terms of a proposed soccer stadium in Symphony Park, with a Sept. 1 deadline looming, Councilman Bob Beers said Friday.
A Las Vegas man was indicted Friday in connection with a shooting on the Las Vegas Strip earlier this year.
Serena Williams visited the Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday and played a little tennis with the host himself, and shattered a window outside of the studio.
Investors are flipping fewer homes in Nevada, but quick sales for profit in the state remain well above national norms.
A former child model accusing “X-Men” director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii said he wants to dismiss the lawsuit — not because it lacks merit but because he can’t find a new attorney to represent him.
A delicate and crucial question lingers in Ferguson, Mo: What happens if the grand jury now considering the case doesn’t return a charge against the officer?
Las Vegas was officially awarded an Arena Football League franchise, the Outlaws, which is owned by Motley Crue singer Vince Neil. This is the third time the AFL has fielded a team in Las Vegas, though no announcement was made on where the club will play.
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai — there’s plenty of variety on Asian menus around the valley.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., apologized Friday for making two Asian jokes while speaking before the Asian Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas, saying his remarks were “in extremely poor taste.”
A man wanted in connection with a Saturday morning shooting that left a woman dead and another injured was arrested on Thursday, police booking logs show.
John “Polar Bear” Butler told jurors on Friday that he decided to admit his involvement in two 1998 murders because, at age 43, he no longer wants the violent life of a gang member. “I’m a better man,” he said. “My wife helped changed me.”
“When the Game Stands Tall” tries to be an inspirational Christian film with uplifting themes and moral lessons, but misses more than it hits. Which begs the question, is it OK for your kids?
A woman who was in critical condition after unknowingly sipping sweetened iced tea laced with a chemical found in drain cleaner has been steadily improving, but her husband says she’s having nightmares about the moment that nearly killed her.
Police say nobody was hurt but at least five vehicles were damaged when a man fired about 100 rounds from a Motel 6 in Sparks.
It is the time of year for bold predictions, and several will be made Friday, when “SuperContest Weekend” kicks off at the LVH with a seminar featuring some of the top football handicappers in their field.
The happiest man at SLS Las Vegas, after Sam Nazarian, might be Danny Elmaleh, the chef at Cleo, the new hotel’s Mediterranean restaurant.
Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie and 56 police recruits were drenched with ice water Wednesday as part of a viral internet challenge.
Frank Thomas. Jose Canseco. Zach Walters. It has never mattered who is working in the batting cage on a particular day. Austin Kryszczuk finds a seat at On Deck Baseball Academy and watches. Learns. Soaks in every swing.
A rush of 320,000 students will pour into Clark County public schools on Monday, putting the packed campuses of last school year in a tighter pinch and pressuring Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky to come up with creative solutions now.
It looks like sports betting and golf magnate Bill Walters has scored another sand save, this time at Desert Pines Golf Course.
Cast members from Cirque du Soleil’s “Love” and Southwest Airlines sponsored the commemorative event honoring the Beatles’ first and only visit to Las Vegas 50 years ago.
Arming police with military-grade weapons creates barriers between law enforcement and the public they are supposed to protect, a high-ranking Reno police official told a Nevada advisory committee Thursday afternoon.
The beloved assistants to the hit Discovery series “Mythbusters” Kari Byron, Tory Belleci and Grant Imahara are leaving the show, according to E! Online.
Serena Williams replaced her tennis racket with a microphone at a karaoke event a week ahead of the U.S. Open.
The public defender’s office on Thursday rebutted Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson’s assertion that prosecutors don’t have to clue them in about paying rent for witnesses until trial.
Detectives on Wednesday released photos of a man and woman that mysteriously appeared on a Santa Clarita woman’s online account days after thieves broke into her home through a window and ransacked the place.
Republican attorney general candidate Adam Laxalt’s former law firm came to his defense Thursday, saying leaked notes from four attorneys giving him a negative job review don’t reflect other “highly favorable” evaluations he has received and don’t represent the company’s views on Laxalt.
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