Patrick Harper may remain a suspect in a murder case in the eyes of North Las Vegas police, but his Mojave High School principal is welcoming the 16-year-old back with open arms.
Back in the playoffs after 29 years, the Kansas City Royals ran wild and outlasted Oakland in a thrilling opener to baseball’s postseason.
The Federal Communications Commission is considering whether to punish broadcasters for using the moniker of the Washington NFL team, the Redskins, a word many consider a slur to Native Americans, the agency’s chairman indicated on Tuesday.
Officials say Haze Nightclub at the Aria will be closing at the end of October to make way for another business.
There is one thing that the people at Willamette Valley Vineyards want you to know about their annual grape stomp. It is a very important point, one they make several times.
Authorities say the mayor of the Los Angeles suburb of Bell Gardens has been shot to death and his wife is in custody.
Downtown Project, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s $350 million initiative to redevelop the East Fremont corridor in downtown Las Vegas, has laid off 30 workers as part of its effort to streamline operations.
A worker at a waste collection site near Los Angeles found human remains on a conveyor belt at the facility, marking what local media called the fourth such grisly find in two years, police said on Tuesday.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority board will have a key role in finding a new administrator to oversee Clark County’s taxi industry, but there hasn’t been any movement toward finding a replacement for Charles D. Harvey, who resigned the position effective Friday.
The Los Angeles Clippers no longer have the issues involving Donald Sterling to distract them, which means the team can get back to business with the basketball.
The commercial and tribal gaming industries had a combined economic impact on communities where they are located of nearly $240 billion in 2013, according to a study conducted by the research arm of Oxford University.
Little by little, Interstate 15 is getting back to the way it used to be. By the end of October, everything on Southern Nevada’s most important highway should nearly be back to normal.
The federal law on emergency care needs to be strengthened to combat practices of “patient dumping” like the ones that gave a Nevada-run mental health facility a black eye last year, according to a new report from the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
A person is dead in Henderson after a Tuesday morning apartment fire, according to a city spokeswoman.
A New Jersey man pleaded guilty Tuesday in a $5.1 million illegal sports betting operation that accepted wagers in Las Vegas from across the country and Costa Rica.
Generally, when people receive bad service at a restaurant, they leave a terrible tip or nothing at all. One couple left their server $100 for a $66.65 bill.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller of Nevada is being floated to head the Republican effort to win Senate races in 2016, a post that would raise his national profile while challenging his political skills at raising money, recruiting candidates and beating Democrats.
U.S. health officials said on Tuesday the first patient infected with the deadly Ebola virus had been diagnosed in the country, in a new sign of how the outbreak ravaging West Africa can spread globally.
About 300 plants were found and two arrests were made Tuesday afternoon during a North Las Vegas marijuana bust.
State police searching for a man accused of killing a trooper said Tuesday they found two pipe bombs in the Pennsylvania woods during their manhunt that were capable of causing significant damage.
A rare joint hearing was set Tuesday before two federal judges to consider evidence of alleged government misconduct in separate drug cases against a former Vagos motorcycle gang leader.
A student was injured on Tuesday in a shooting at a Louisville, Kentucky, high school, and police have arrested a suspect, officials said.
Visitors to federal rangelands with significant tracts of sagebrush pumped about $1 billion into the economy in Nevada and 10 other Western states last year, according to a study released Tuesday by advocates of protecting sage grouse across the region.
An Oklahoma man apparently uttered Arabic words during an attack in which he allegedly severed a co-worker’s head, but the killing appeared to have more to do with the man’s suspension from his job than his conversion to Islam, a prosecutor said.
Colorado’s highest court is considering whether workers’ off-duty use of medical marijuana is protected under state law.
UNLV plays at San Jose State at 5 p.m. Saturday. Here are five reasons why that football game is important
Kids who receive several rounds of antibiotics before age two may be at an increased risk of being overweight by age five, suggests a new study.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags at grocery and convenience stores, driven to action by pollution in streets and waterways.
Journalists will not be allowed to use cameras to cover legal proceedings in the prosecution of a Bullhead City, Ariz., man charged in the strangulation of his friend’s young daughter.
U.S. home prices in July increased at the slowest pace in 20 months, reflecting sluggish sales and a greater supply of houses for sale. But Las Vegas showed an annual gain of 12.8 percent, best in the nation.
U.S. lawmakers scolded the head of the U.S. Secret Service on Tuesday over a security breach that allowed a knife-wielding intruder to run deep into the White House, and director Julia Pierson promised it would never happen again.
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