The youngest of eight children removed in December from a filthy North Las Vegas home often targeted in child welfare investigations died last week, according to the Clark County Department of Family Services.
Imagine for a moment that Las Vegas-style sports wagering was legal in other states.
The state agency that funds Nevada’s unmanned aerial systems program has temporarily cut funding and staffing until the Federal Aviation Administration can catch up to the state’s pace.
Jordan on Wednesday indicated it is willing to release a longtime prisoner if ISIS releases one of its pilots — one of the latest developments surrounding the terror group’s apparent threat to kill the pilot and a Japanese hostage.
A barrage of medical marijuana lawsuits has been filed against Clark County, the largest local government in Nevada to play a role in approving dispensaries.
A Tuesday report from a national real estate research firm ranked Las Vegas No. 1 for its share of boomerang buyers — home buyers who experienced foreclosure or short sale in the downturn but are set to purchase again.
Super Bowl media day became a circus long ago and mellowed in recent years. But that doesn’t mean Tuesday’s mandatory press conference for coaches and players at the US Airways Center in Phoenix lacked for traditional foolishness.
Nevada Highway Patrol is looking for the public’s help identifying a car involved in a hit-and-run crash that sent a North Las Vegas police officer to the hospital Monday night.
A northwest Arizona resident convicted in the 2006 murder of his teenage niece is asking authorities to carry out his death sentence.
Prosecutors alleged that David James Burns and Willie Darnell Mason fatally shot 28-year-0ld Derecia Newman and injured her 12-year-old daughter during a drug deal and robbery gone awry.
Mormon leaders sought Tuesday to put their conservative church on middle ground in a major culture war issue — saying for the first time that they support some legal anti-discrimination protections for LGBT people, so long as the religious freedom of those who oppose gay equality is taken into account.
Prosecutors modified charges Tuesday against a Metro detectitive accused of robbing, beating and trying to sexually assault a woman after a quarrel about money for sex.
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A man tried but failed to rob one downtown Las Vegas bank but made it away with some loot from a second location Tuesday, according to Metro.
The death of a man killed in single-vehicle crash in December was ruled accidental on Tuesday, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
One of three adults charged with videotaping sexual attacks on several children in Las Vegas has agreed to plead guilty, her attorney said Tuesday in Las Vegas Justice Court.
HBO has given the greenlight to a pilot for “Virtuoso,” a period drama about musical prodigies from “True Blood” creator Alan Ball, Elton John and David Furnish.
The boy who wounded himself in what police have called an accidental shooting is expected to make a full recovery following a successful surgery, his father said Tuesday.
Authorities say an attack by coyotes has killed a horse from the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office mounted division.
A Colorado man accused of making Facebook threats to kill law enforcement officers was indicted Tuesday by a Las Vegas federal grand jury.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee opened his State of the City address Tuesday by saying the city had done something people told him was impossible: Cutting the city’s long-term deficit.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes was fined $25,000 by the NBA on Tuesday for inappropriate language toward a fan.
The head of the Nevada AFL-CIO proclaimed Tuesday that “working families are under attack” by Republican lawmakers who want to weaken collective bargaining laws and pensions now that they control the Legislature.
Two former Vanderbilt University football players were found guilty on Tuesday in the rape of an unconscious female student.
This Friday, the world of MMA will converge on the Venetian hotel for the MMA Awards, which will feed athletes’ bank accounts as well as their egos.
A Las Vegas limousine company will be required to pay $232,317 to 479 employees for violating the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and paying workers less than minimum wage.
Officers from the Boca Raton, Fla., police were called to the Renaissance Hotel at 2000 NW 19th St. Sunday morning after receiving a call from employees that two young children were in possible danger.
An American security contractor working for Virginia-based security firm Crucible LLC was among those killed in an attack on a Libyan hotel on Tuesday, an executive of the firm said.
Twentieth Century Fox has released the first teaser trailer for Josh Trank’s reboot of Marvel’s “Fantastic Four,” six months before its Aug. 7 release.
Another key defendant pleaded guilty Tuesday in the scheme to take over and defraud Las Vegas-area homeowners associations.
A south Georgia man was charged Tuesday with murder in the death of a couple who went missing last week after contacting a car seller on Craigslist, police said.
Go ahead and say it. Arnie Wexler has heard it before. Through the years, he has been called just about every name you can think of. A traitor to the sporting life. A quitter in the endless game of sports betting. A loser.
The Silver State’s jobless rate dipped to a six-year low, and the state added nearly 40,000 jobs in 2014. Employers statewide have created 99,000 new positions since 2010, the state’s employment department reported Tuesday.
A person refusing to come out of an east valley home after a reported domestic dispute prompted Metro police to send out their SWAT unit and evacuate a neighborhood.
Oscar-nominated star Benedict Cumberbatch has apologized for referring to black actors as “colored” on a U.S. talk show.
An Arizona teen is dead after an accident involving a zip line. A spokesman for the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office said the 15-year-old was participating in a Boy Scout troop activity at a private residence at the time of the accident.
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