A speeding motorcyclist trying to avoid a traffic stop Thursday morning near Flamingo Road and Rainbow Boulevard was seriously injured after he crashed, Las Vegas police said.
While the new SLS will have a lot to offer, its centerpiece is its restaurants, many of which reflect the Los Angeles roots of parent company SBE.
Pitching sensation Mo’ne Davis’ latest start has drawn record television ratings for the Little League World Series. ESPN said Thursday her team’s game earned the highest ever preliminary rating for the event on the network.
After nearly three weeks of treatment, the two American aid workers who were infected with the deadly Ebola virus in Africa have been discharged from an Atlanta hospital, officials said Thursday.
Electro pop group Capital Cities opens the venue on Sept. 20.
Nevada attorney general candidate Adam Laxalt’s campaign on Wednesday questioned the authenticity of a leaked document showing highly critical notes from four attorneys on his job performance two years ago at a private law firm.
Classes begin in Clark County School District on Monday, and the Southern Nevada Health District is urging parents to bring their pre-school, kindergarten and 7th-grade children to a health district location for their vaccines and boosters.
Well over 100 restaurants — 140, at last count — will participate in Las Vegas Restaurant Week from Friday through Aug. 28, with special menus, discounted prices and a major boost to the budget of Three Square food bank.
All the celebrities, sports stars and regular folk who participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis should feel good about themselves after toweling off.
Zappos is making a big splash in the Las Vegas bicycle world by signing deals to be the title sponsor of the Zappos.com Viva Bike Vegas bicycle ride on Sept. 13 and the presenting sponsor of the Las Vegas Pedal Palooza bike race.
The first team in Nevada history to advance to the Little League World Series has now reached the United States championship game, the result of a 8-1 victory on Wednesday night.
“I’d never seen girls just throw themselves at someone. We’re talking about supermodels.”
As attorneys presented closing arguments in Robert Jackson’s trial on nearly a dozen charges related to a 2007 Strip shooting on Wednesday, prosecutor Marc DiGiacomo told jurors that Jackson eluded authorities for years “because the evidence is so darn compelling.”
An Albuquerque, New Mexico, man is facing charges after police say he drove a stolen electric shopping cart to meet with his probation officer.
Storms above Henderson, Lake Las Vegas and nearby highways prompted the National Weather Service to issue a flash flood warning Wednesday evening.
This month’s sale of the former New Frontier site — once home of the Strip’s most expensive piece of real estate —is giving market speculators new hope that resort corridor land transactions could again become active.
Jurors learned about the cultures of two opposing skinhead groups Wednesday during the start of a federal murder trial that centers on the 1998 shooting deaths of two men. Patricia Sumner, a trial attorney with the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, said Lin “Spit” Newborn, 25, and Daniel Shersty, 21, were killed because they “opposed the kind of racial hatred lived by” the two defendants in the case.
Another fall semester, another day of incoming freshman.
The Obama administration is promising to change the way travelers can ask to be removed from its no-fly list of suspected terrorists banned from air travel.
Turns out, the hit that tied Derek Jeter with Honus Wagner came a day later than everyone thought.
The road leading down to Lake Mohave through Eldorado Canyon has been closed since Aug. 4, but the National Park Service is struggling to keep visitors off the flood-damaged route south of Boulder City.
Local emergency rooms remain in “crisis mode” as mentally ill patients seeking care continue to overload hospitals ill-equipped to meet their needs, despite Gov. Brian Sandoval taking action in June to mitigate the problem.
One person has died after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday near Boulder Highway and Russell Road, according to Las Vegas police.
University Medical Center is laying off 224 employees, a move the public hospital is making to save $21.2 million, Clark County officials said Wednesday.
President Barack Obama sent special operations troops to Syria this summer on a secret mission to rescue American hostages, including journalist James Foley, held by Islamic State extremists, but they did not find them, the administration disclosed Wednesday.
Attorney General Eric Holder sought Wednesday to reassure the people of Ferguson about the investigation into Michael Brown’s death and said he understands why many black Americans do not trust police, recalling how he was repeatedly stopped by officers who seemed to target him because of his race.
Inspections for canopy cracks have grounded more than half the Air Force fleet of F-16D Fighting Falcon jets including two assigned to Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas.
As police in Missouri confront race protests with heavy arms and armor, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada said he supports allowing local forces to continue accepting surplus military weaponry, but with better oversight and training on how they are put to use.
The Bunkhouse, that little dive on 11th Street, is no longer a dive nor quite as little. After a year of renovations by new owners the Downtown Project, the club reopens on Monday with a stellar kickoff show headlined by Built to Spill and Vegas’ Rusty Maples.
An arrest was made Tuesday in connection with Saturday’s morning shooting death near Lake Mead and Jones boulevards, according to Clark County booking logs.
Seven nonunion police sergeants and lieutenants are suing the North Las Vegas Police Supervisors Association over a union fee they say isn’t legal.
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