The fight to protect Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area from a 5,000-plus home development comes to a head at 9 a.m. Wednesday before the Clark County Commission.
MMA fighter Ronda Rousey will appear on an upcoming episode of NBC’s “Blindspot” as a guest star.
A man has been arrested on a murder charge in the death of a man whose body was found in early December in the south Las Vegas Valley.
Vice President Mike Pence will be the featured speaker at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual meeting Friday in Las Vegas.
A woman has surrendered to police in connection with the shooting death of a man in the west valley last week.
Amazon Prime members in Las Vegas can now order food delivery from more than 100 participating restaurants.
Arrest records indicate that a teenage girl recruited two friends to help her kill her mother, whose body was found in the desert between Lake Mead and Las Vegas.
But climate change poses dire long-term threat to source of 90 percent of Las Vegas Valley’s water, new research indicates.
Houston police on Tuesday reported an active shooter at Ben Taub Hospital, a major healthcare center, and initial indications were that all of its patients and staff were safe.
Two men were arrested last week in connection with an April home invasion that turned deadly, police said Tuesday.
Nigerian food might well be an acquired taste. If so, one probably needs to visit Chiamaka Food Nigerian Cuisine more than once to acquire it.
A cow that apparently escaped from a slaughterhouse has led police on a wild chase through New York City streets.
A Nevada Assembly budget hearing turned testy on Tuesday when a Republican lawmaker accused Treasurer Dan Schwartz of failing to follow legislative direction.
The Los Angeles Lakers have fired general manager Mitch Kupchak and put Magic Johnson in charge of basketball operations in a major shake-up of the struggling franchise’s front office.
A $20 renewal fee for commemorative license plates issued for Nevada’s sesquicentennial celebration would support state museums and parks.
Police are investigating a homicide following a deadly altercation between a group in a vehicle and a bicyclist in the northwest Arizona community of Bullhead City.
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly on Tuesday instructed immigration authorities to step up enforcement of deportation orders against undocumented immigrants.
The man who died Monday after a Feb. 3 crash outside an International House of Pancakes restaurant has been identified as 81-year-old George Asplund of Las Vegas.
As cemetery groundskeepers received an “outpouring of support from across the United States” with people volunteering to help with repairs, a new wave of bomb threats were directed against Jewish Community Centers in multiple states.
Three of Washington’s best-known monuments were defaced with graffiti over the Presidents Day weekend, the third major vandalism of memorials in the U.S. capital since 2013, a National Park Service spokesman said Tuesday.
For sale: the historic Williams Costume Co., with more than 60 years of history, thousands of handmade costumes and an unusual inventory.
The Las Vegas Valley will be warmer than normal until a cold front moves in Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Shadow Ridge senior Tiris Coleman Jr. was slated to graduate this year and had offers to play college ball, his mom said. But it was all cut short Sunday — just weeks before his 18th birthday.
Capriotti’s, which now has 102 locations, is launching a targeted, nationwide expansion that is expected to increase the number of shops fivefold.
The third week of the Legislature is rolling along, and it’s already Day 16 of the 2017 Legislative Session. Here’s what to watch for:
Monday morning’s shootout killed one officer, sent another officer and the suspected gunman to the hospital and left a Los Angeles suburb in shock.
The National Zoo in Washington is saying a final goodbye to its panda cub Bao Bao. The zoo is packing up the American-born panda for a one-way flight Tuesday to China.
A high school student’s day wouldn’t start until 9 a.m. at the earliest under two bills being considered in the Nevada Assembly.
An aging Las Vegas neighborhood would have more protections from gaming development, under a bill in the Nevada Legislature.
The “Godfather of Fusion,” Jazz guitarist Larry Coryell, has died in New York City. He was 73.
A neighbor with a gun intervened and shot one of two people arguing in the west-central valley Monday night.
The rapid-fire expansion of Smoke’s Poutinerie coast-to-coast hit a roadblock here with its location at Pawn Plaza near the world-famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop.
Heather Fisher, president of the environmental nonprofit Save Red Rock, expects hundreds of people to wear the color as a sign of protest against proposed development on Blue Diamond Hill, which lies next to the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.
Parents who surrender their infants to emergency service providers through the Safe Haven Law would have more safeguards to protect their confidentiality, under a bill in the Nevada Legislature.
Ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment failed three times in the Nevada Legislature in the 1970s but the measure has been resurrected and was heard Monday in a Senate committee.
Las Vegas police found Jared Medina’s body on Jan. 5 on West Lake Mead Boulevard. First responders did not notice any signs of trauma, but an autopsy the next day showed he had been shot in the back.
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