A Las Vegas police Explorer has been accused of maintaining a four-year sexual relationship with a girl starting when she was 11 years old.
A few TV anchors were not happy with Cara Delevingne, and it made for one cringe-worthy interview. The model and actress appeared on "Good Day Sacramento" to promote her film "Paper Towns," and the interview grew tense as she seemed less-than-enthusiastic and the anchors called her out for it.
Parents of a 6-year-old boy who nearly drowned in a wave pool at Cowabunga Bay have sued the Henderson water park.
A North Kansas City, Mo., School District teacher allegedly enticed a student to have sexual relations with him inside a treehouse. The mother of the 13-year-old issued a warning Tuesday to other parents.
Sen. Dean Heller on Wednesday sided with critics of Planned Parenthood who are seeking to restrict federal funding to the group in the wake of provocative videos that raise questions about the organization's ethics on abortion.
As it considers suing Clark County over its delayed opening, a medical marijuana dispensary is seeking internal emails that could shed light on the county's treatment of it and other businesses.
The Kansas City Royals (61-38) have the the best record in the American League and show no signs of slowing down, winning their fourth straight game in Tuesday's 2-1 win over the Cleveland Indians.
SAN FRANCISCO — A 15-year-old boy was charged as an adult on Wednesday with sexually assaulting and murdering an 8-year-old girl whose body was discovered in a recycling bin at a residential complex in Santa Cruz, California, officials said.
Celebrities are among an online mob baying for the blood of the American dentist who has admitted his role in killing Zimbabwe's most famous lion, Cecil.
A bunch of shows you never wanted to watch but probably will now are coming to Netflix in August. If you missed "Utopia," "Transporter: The Series" and the third season of "Real Husbands of Hollywood," now is your chance.
Saucy and spicy, dry-rubbed, teriyaki or plain, with a side of blue cheese, celery sticks or carrots — no matter which way you spin them, it's National Chicken Wing Day on Wednesday and there's no better place to celebrate than Las Vegas.
An Albuquerque, New Mexico, emergency dispatcher has resigned after telling a 911 caller attending to a dying teenager to "deal with it" herself and then hanging up on her, a fire department spokeswoman said on Wednesday.
New England Patriots superstar quarterback Tom Brady destroyed his cell phone, and thousands of potentially damning texts along with it. Or did he? Though unlikely, it's possible that some of those text messages could still be recovered.
Convicted of first-degree murder when he was only 12, Curtis Jones is a free man at 29.
NEW YORK — Getting bumped up to first class is good. But upgrading to a private jet is even better.
Don't you hate waiting in long lines? Google knows how you feel. On Tuesday, Google Maps unveiled a feature that will allow you to see a business' "Popular times" for each day of the week. They already have all that location data, so why not put it to use?
A British Airways flight from Las Vegas to London made an emergency landing in Montreal early on Wednesday due to concern that a bomb threat had been made, an airport spokesman said.
A Henderson family escaped their burning home without injury Wednesday morning.
A pine tree that stood some seven stories tall fell onto a group of children outside a museum in Pasadena, California, on Tuesday, injuring eight of the youngsters, two of them seriously, city and museum officials said.
Metro is investigating an early Wednesday morning stabbing in the central valley.
Centennial Hills Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas today was among nine hospitals nationwide to earn Consumer Reports' highest rating for avoiding infections.
The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating why an Allegiant Air flight from Las Vegas made an emergency landing in North Dakota last week because it was short on fuel.
Some people live for adventure and travel. YouTube user Walter Chang is that kind of person. And he's nice enough to share with the Internet.
Cowabunga Bay's lifeguard training is recognized again in Nevada after health officials and park operators scrambled Tuesday to determine whether their certifications were valid.
For most of an hour, the crowd of reporters — some sitting, some standing — was in double digits as UNLV coach Tony Sanchez went through his first Mountain West media days. And he relished every moment.
Solo travel can be a boring and lonesome enterprise. One new travel app to the market is hoping to change that. The saucily-named MileHi app is hoping to take some of the tedium out of the process by allowing fliers to meet-up (and possibly hook up) before, during and after the journey.
Leading Las Vegas sports bettor Glen Cobb was sentenced to one year of probation Tuesday for his role in what federal prosecutors alleged was a multimillion-dollar illegal gambling operation.
It's now much easier to measure the nitrogen dioxide pollutant from motor vehicles traveling past Palace Station on Interstate 15.
WASHINGTON — Nevada will receive $8.4 million in state and local security grants this year, including $3 million to guard against an attack on Las Vegas, the Department of Homeland Security announced on Tuesday.
The Clark County coroner's office Tuesday confirmed what Las Vegas police suspected in a northwest valley homicide investigation.
For the second time this month, the state's high court has referred Las Vegas attorney David Phillips to the State Bar of Nevada for investigation of possible misconduct.
Las Vegas locals and tourists are really one in the same, just with different goals. Sometimes it's easy to spot the tourist — especially on the Strip — and at other times you'll accidentally assume a local is a tourist.
New York Mets relief pitcher Jenrry Mejia has been suspended for 162 games after testing positive for banned substances a second time, Major League Baseball said on Tuesday.
An inmate on a Nevada Department of Forestry work crew escaped in the east Las Vegas Valley on Tuesday afternoon, according to the Department of Corrections.
A Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority subcommittee is recommending the Riviera be torn down sooner rather than later.
Las Vegas officials have already cleaned up the glass containers and brown bag liquor sales on Fremont Street. Now they plan to clean up the buskers.
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