Maryland Parkway is closed in both directions between Richmar and Gary avenues after a man was struck by a car and killed Wednesday morning, police said.
State Republican Party Chairman Michael McDonald has resigned his position with the state treasurer's office, Treasurer Dan Schwartz said Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and his wife are suing the makers of a resistance exercise band that the lawmaker has blamed for a January accident that left him blind in his right eye.
UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will host ESPN's 3 p.m. PT episode of SportsCenter on Wednesday.
A 16-month-old Australian toddler underwent a "miracle" surgery to reattach his head to his neck after he was internally decapitated in a car wreck.
A University of Connecticut student prominently featured in a viral video during which he went on a profanity-laced rant about being denied macaroni and cheese was arrested.
Surely the list of things you should never do with your money is longer than these 12 recommendations. But you have to start somewhere. To give you some guidance, we asked financial experts to share their take on how to protect your financial security and avoid getting snookered.
The fantasy sports company FanDuel Inc said on Wednesday that it had banned its employees from all daily fantasy games and also was banning employees of other fantasy sites from playing on FanDuel.
It's official: Christina Aguilera is returning as a judge to "The Voice."
Owners passed a resolution to extend the NFL International Series through 2025 including the option to expand games outside of London's Wembley Stadium.
Rescuers searched early Wednesday for two people missing in floodwaters in South Carolina, while authorities urged residents in hundreds of homes to seek higher ground as a dam threatened to fail.
A Tennessee county commission on Tuesday turned down voting on a resolution asking God to spare the county from divine wrath sparked by the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling legalizing gay marriage.
Draft Biden, the political action committee created to urge Joe Biden to jump into the 2016 presidential race, has released its first national television ad in the latest sign the vice president is moving closer to a decision to run.
Centennial Hills Hospital plans to launch a $9.7 million project this year, finishing construction of its fourth floor by adding 36 beds, the hospital announced Tuesday.
Aerospace scientists at Planetary Resources, an asteroid mining company, have a singular mission in mind: find energy resources in outerspace, utilize them on Earth and build out to rest of the solar system while making a business venture of it.
The National Park Service will ring in its centennial year on Jan. 1 by increasing fees at parks across the country, including Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
The man Metro said intentionally struck and killed a woman with a truck Monday night fled and had to be brought back to the scene, according to residents at the home he crashed into.
Arizona State University officials have asked football fans to refrain from painting their faces black for a so-called blackout home game this weekend after several fans last year caused an uproar by attending the event in minstrel-style blackface.
Layoffs are back on the table for employees at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority as a measure to resolve a budget shortfall of between $1.6 million and $1.8 million for fiscal 2016.
Two defendants in a multimillion-dollar telemarketing scheme are seeking dismissals, claiming the government broke promises not to charge them after they cooperated.
October is the best time to get some great deals on useful products you might not have thought about before, such as air conditioning units and wedding supplies. So don't wait until Black Friday in November — put on your comfiest shoes and get ready to seek out some of the best shopping deals this fall.
A Texas man who at age 17 posed as a 12-year-old boy to attend a Fort Worth-area elementary school last year to prey on children for illicit purposes was sentenced to 20 years in prison, court officials said on Tuesday.
Las Vegas police are planning on opening an area command station in the west valley, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said in a meeting with the Review-Journal's editorial board Tuesday morning.
The first transportation network company driver to be disciplined by the Nevada Transportation Authority was assessed a $2,500 fine at a hearing Tuesday for offering a ride to a plainclothes enforcement officer while not operating on the Uber platform.
Whether or not your breakfast is sacred to you, the day is upon us — no matter what time this is read, someone will probably be in line for McDonald's all day breakfast.
The couple followed their Waze GPS app, thinking it would lead them to a touristy avenue in Niteroi, a large city across the bay from Rio de Janeiro.
Naomi and Wynonna Judd greeted fans at the Venetian on Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, to publicize their upcoming nine-show residency.
UNLV head baseball coach Tim Chambers was arrested in connection with driving under the influence Tuesday.
The calm after the storm will come in the form of dry and warmer-than-normal conditions, according to the National Weather Service.
Danny Tarkanian has raised nearly $350,000 in his first fundraising quarter in a bid for Nevada's 3rd Congressional District.
Review-Journal home deliveries ran at least three hours behind schedule Tuesday morning after a power outage resulting from a Monday night thunderstorm knocked out power to the newspaper's office and printing plant.
When a passing game struggles, the simple thing to do is look at the quarterback. In UNLV's case, that position is far from blameless. But the Rebels' wide receivers, thought to be a strength entering the football season, haven't created enough space to give the quarterbacks adequate targets. And the inexperienced and undersized offensive line hasn't always provided the best protection.
Henderson police on Tuesday asked the public for help identifying the robber who hit a 7-Eleven in the 100 block of North Gibson Road on Sept. 20 and Sept. 25.
Under the cover of night, a 6-foot-tall granite monument inscribed with the Ten Commandments was removed from the Oklahoma Capitol grounds after judges said its placement on government land violated state law, officials said on Tuesday.
Five Las Vegans are facing federal charges in a "largescale" heroin trafficking case, the U.S Department of Justice announced Tuesday.
Grand jury indictments bring charges against 11 inmates involved in a July 1 disturbance at the state prison in northwest Arizona.
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