Suspended Family Court Judge Steven Jones took the witness stand in his own defense Thursday, denying he mishandled a romantic relationship with a prosecutor who appeared before him.
If more people aren’t singing to cowboys this National Finals Rodeo week, Clay Walker says it “may be because there aren’t many cowboy singers anymore.”
For the fifth consecutive year the top 13 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers paraded down Las Vegas Blvd.
Interested buyers continue to float offers for downtown’s historic St. Joseph’s Catholic School, but none has yet reached its $2 million asking price.
An agreement between Cure 4 The Kids Foundation and Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada ensures that families of children with cancer benefit from a more consolidated system for pediatric cancer treatment, executives with both organizations say.
As Nevada vies to become one of six federal sites selected to test the future commercial use of drones, Gov. Brian Sandoval on Thursday took a close-up look at the technology for himself.
A developing tourism mecca in the heart of the Negev Desert could be a potential casino site, an Israeli official told the Review-Journal on Thursday.
A 32-year-old man pleaded guilty to sex trafficking Thursday after the attorney general’s office said he persuaded a minor to travel to Las Vegas from Utah with the intent of engaging her in prostitution.
From Las Vegas’ Historic West Side whose history is steeped in segregation, to the corridors of Congress in Washington and the governor’s office in Carson City, praise poured in Thursday for Nelson Mandela, South African’s former president who spent years in jail in the name of equality.
Nevada higher education leaders on Thursday approved starting the planning process for a University of Nevada, Las Vegas Medical School.
The largest private school in the Las Vegas Valley will celebrate the groundbreaking of an $8.75 million athletic complex project today.
For all of Beyonce’s laudable ladies-first sermonizing and you-go-girl bravura, plenty of it feels perfunctory and, if not exactly disingenuous, not incredibly convincing, either.
Hispanic community leaders showed in force Thursday and successfully lobbied the Clark County School Board to fill an empty board seat with the candidate they support – Stavan Corbett.
Thursday’s low temperature of 29 degrees, recorded at McCarran International Airport, was more than 10 degrees warmer than the record 18 degrees set in 1948, according to the National Weather Service.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus of Nevada and more than two dozen other House Democrats on Thursday urged President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to achieve what he did for the so-called DREAMers — halt deportations of undocumented immigrants.
“Out of the Furnace’s” plot is almost stunningly straightforward. No twists, no turns. There’s literally nothing fancy about it. Director Scott Cooper just trusts his talented cast to burrow deep into their roles.
Free Wi-Fi is now live in downtown Las Vegas. The service, provided by LV.net in partnership with the city of Las Vegas, has been in testing for a couple of months and is now ready to go.
The New Mexico State Police officer who fired shots at a minivan full of children during a chaotic October traffic stop has been placed on administrative leave, an agency official said Thursday.
Trevor Brazile is in Las Vegas to win an unprecedented 11th all-around National Finals Rodeo title during the 10-day run of the Super Bowl of rodeos. But the cowboy from Decatur, Texas, has other business to attend to in Sin City.
A dump truck collided with a school bus Thursday at a rural southwestern Idaho intersection, killing an 11-year-old boy and injuring four other children.
Two security guards at Reliant Stadium were fired this past weekend when they asked Tom Brady to take a photo with them.
A Washington state woman who regularly monitors police scanner traffic unknowingly live-tweeted about her husband’s death in a freeway crash.
Pods of 35 pilot whales slowly swam Thursday into deeper water off Florida’s southwest coast, raising optimism that the strandings of whales on Everglades National Park beaches may soon end on a positive note.
PGA golden boy Rory McIlroy and soccer wild child Wayne Rooney play a friendly 18 holes, but something seems a little off.
Florida State quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Jameis Winston will not be charged with sexually assaulting a woman who accused him of raping her about a year ago, a prosecutor said Thursday.
One of the traditions of NASCAR Champion’s Week in Las Vegas is that they bring the recently minted titlist to the newspaper office for an interview and a Capriotti’s sandwich.
A motorist who plugged his electric car into an outlet at a school near Atlanta is facing a theft charge, sparking debate about where and when it’s acceptable to use power.
An Ohio man allegedly broke into the home of a family that was out of town caring for a sick relative, removed their belongings and said he had legal rights to the house.
Helldorado Days, Las Vegas’ longest- running civic event, announced Tuesday that its 2014 festivities will take place May 15-18 at a new location near The Smith Center, on Symphony Park Avenue and Grand Central Parkway.
It’s probably somewhat surprising in itself that Nevada has a state grass. What may be more surprising is that it’s not Bermudagrass or Zoysiagrass or even the artificial turf that’s taking root (or not) all over the area. It’s Indian ricegrass.
With ticket sales and revenues at NASCAR tracks declining around the country, expect race venue owners to invest in smartphone connectivity and social media technology in hopes of drawing more young fans and building the next generation of followers.