Nevada Supreme Court justices asked pointed questions Friday as they considered arguments over whether a school choice law enacted by the 2015 Legislature is constitutional.
Sparks flew between a Clark County School Board member and a top Republican lawmaker in the closing moments of a town hall meeting Thursday to gather feedback on a plan to reorganize Nevada’s largest school district.
A Minnesota judge dismissed claims from 28 would-be heirs to the estate of the late pop star Prince, further solidifying the inheritance claims of the performer’s six surviving siblings.
There’s pretty much no way around it: Moving is a drag.
Florida’s governor on Friday reported the first evidence of local Zika virus transmission in the continental United States, saying testing of four residents showed they were likely infected by mosquito bites.
The Las Vegas Valley will start to cool down and may see some thunderstorms over the weekend after Thursday’s record-breaking heat, according to the National Weather Service.
The Michigan attorney general’s office on Friday charged six state employees with misconduct in office and other crimes stemming from the lead-contaminated water crisis in Flint.
A judge on Thursday handed down two life sentences for a 50-year-old man convicted of impersonating a vice officer and raping two prostitutes on the Las Vegas Strip.
Nevada casinos reported a gaming win of $887.4 million in June, up 6.8 percent over June 2015, the state Gaming Control Board reported Friday.
With temperatures soaring to 115 degrees, Brenda Jones welcomed the free bottle of cold water distributed by Three Square food bank and the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.
One police officer died and another was wounded after being shot in a San Diego neighborhood, authorities said early Friday.
A firefighter was injured after a fire at a storage facility in the central valley Thursday night.
Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination for president at the Democratic National Convention on Thursday, making history as the first woman from a major party in the U.S. to do so.
Swimmer Cody Miller arrives at the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro with a strong chance to win a medal in the 100-meter breaststroke and perhaps the 4-by-100 medley relay.
You don’t buy a ticket for a Jason Bourne movie for its social commentary. You do it for the chases and the carnage. And on those counts, “Jason Bourne” delivers.
Las Vegas police are searching for a man involved in several fast-food restaurant robberies earlier this month.
None of Bayzle Morgan’s neo-Nazi head and neck tattoos was visible to jurors Thursday, as lawyers gave opening statements in his robbery trial.
Noel Searles spent July 21 watching Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accept his party’s nomination live. And this week, he was holding a “Make America Great Again” while he watched Hillary Clinton accept the Democratic nomination on TV.
Just a month ago, we successfully baked cookies on a 115-degree day on an employee’s car dashboard. This time, we tried breakfast.
Katie Maynard, 21, and Robert J. Aufdenberg, 22, are accused of shaking their 8-day-old infant and delaying to seek medical attention for his injuries until at least 12 hours after he was injured.
‘Sharknado 4: The Fourth Awakens’ will feature a handful of Las Vegas-based MMA fighters.
So this is what the national stage looks like. The scene that confronted Nevada state Sen. Ruben Kihuen Thursday was daunting: Striding out from the wings onto the stage of the Democratic National Convention, toward a lonely podium on the lip of a circular stage ringed with stars.
One man is dead after a Thursday afternoon motorcycle crash in Henderson.
On the two-year anniversary of her son’s death, Jacqueline Elder pleaded with the community for help.
The Clark County Coroner’s office determined that the 20-year-old woman who was pronounced dead days after collapsing at Electric Daisy Carnival died from a combination of drug use and high heat.
No one was injured when a small propeller plane lost power near the Henderson Executive Airport and landed just short of the runway.
A bicyclist found a dead body on the River Mountains Loop trail in Henderson on Thursday afternoon.
The high temperature Thursday reached 115 degrees, breaking the 1995 record for the date of 114 degrees. Thursday’s overnight low temperature also set a record, the National Weather Service said.
The Clark County coroner’s office released the cause of death for a 6-year-old girl who drowned at a Fourth of July party.
A memorial for slain Navy Seal and “American Sniper” author Chris Kyle has been unveiled in the West Texas city where he was born in 1974.
The International Olympic Committee warned organizers of the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro five years ago that construction contracts they drew up could give developers incentives to cut corners, presaging problems with athletes’ housing that drew complaints from several countries this week, documents showed.
Fight fans have a chance to meet some of their favorite boxers Friday at Caesars Palace. The Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame will host a meet-and-greet session outside the Palace Ballroom on the third floor.
Las Vegas police are searching for two men in connection with a central valley robbery earlier this month.
Meet the guy who makes sure everything is installed safely for guests. Brent Madison is the Assistant Manager of Facilities at Adventuredome at Circus Circus.
Pilots working for Allegiant Air on Thursday ratified their first union contract with the Las Vegas-based budget carrier in a deal that includes an immediate 31 percent pay raise.
U.S. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid told reporters Thursday that the CIA should give fake briefings to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
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