Parts of the Las Vegas Valley are under a flood advisory until 10 a.m., thanks to a rare late April storm. Snow is also falling in the Spring Mountains. The rain is expected to taper off by late morning.
Years ago, on a Sunday afternoon, I sat across from my wife Gayl in a taco stand and told her that I thought we should sell our house, quit our jobs and sail to Tahiti. “Terry, we don’t know how to sail,” she said.
Brenda Stokes Wilson, who recently admitted to killing a 10-year-old girl and slashing a casino blackjack dealer before unsuccessfully trying to pull back on a plea, called herself a longtime victim of domestic violence.
A major hurdle was cleared in businessman Bill Foley’s attempt to bring an NHL franchise to Las Vegas when the league and its players association reached terms on the rules to conduct an expansion draft.
With Sunday marking the start of May, it’s time to start making your plans for May 4 — otherwise known as the unofficial-but-mostly-accepted holiday for “Star Wars” fans.
Many Nevada companies are missing opportunities to grow their business and increase revenues because they don’t think about exporting their goods and services abroad. That’s the message of Kris Sanchez, director of international trade with the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development.
Philadelphia drug dealers looking to market their heroin as top of the line are stamping packets with the likeness of Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry.
Colorado’s tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
Cracker Jack’s new move to replace plastic toys with QR codes was met with a mixture of ambivalence and annoyance at the Las Vegas 51s game at Cashman Field on Friday.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman on Thursday was a pom-pom and marching band short of starting a pep rally inside the Stan Fulton Building at UNLV.
Former U.S. Sen. and Nevada Gov. Richard Bryan has become only the second person in the history of the University of Nevada, Reno, to have a statue dedicated in his honor at the school founded in 1874.
Luke Walton is coming home to rebuild the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers reached an agreement Friday night with the Golden State assistant to become their head coach.
Arizona Republicans are headed to Mesa on Saturday for the state party convention, where they’ll elect 55 of 58 delegates to the national GOP convention.
It helps to have friends in high places when you’re promoting an athletic event.
The Clark County School District, facing more than 2,000 open teaching positions, hopes to attract military veterans and their spouses to the classroom.
In Connecticut, minors with parents killed in a wrongful death incident could sue for loss of love and affection, just like a spouse.
A judge on Friday sentenced a Colorado woman to 100 years in prison for cutting a nearly 8-month-old fetus from a stranger’s womb.
A new sign outside is the first sign — literally — of the transformation that the Maryland Parkway nightlife staple underwent at the hands of Spike TV’s “Bar Rescue.”
Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis on Thursday told the Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee that he wants to move his NFL franchise to Las Vegas, and he pledged $500 million toward the construction of a $1.4 billion domed stadium if a public-private financing plan is approved by the Legislature.
The family of the man who died Wednesday after he was found unconscious in a car at an apartment complex is raising money to ship his body back to the Virgin Islands, where he was born, for burial.
A government proposal to withhold key evidence from the public in the Bunkerville standoff case is “overbroad and unsupported,” according to court papers filed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Friday.
Everyone needs money to pay for food, housing and other necessities, but some believe that they shouldn’t have more than they need because having too much can corrupt people. They think that those who have a lot are greedy.
U.S. Rep. Dina Titus, D-Nev., said Friday she has introduced a comprehensive bill to fix a broken appeals process for veterans.
An elderly man in Henderson died after he crashed his car Friday after suffering a medical episode, police said.
A woman was shot Wednesday night when a neighbor accidentally discharged a gun. He was arrested and the woman suffered non life-threatening injuries.
The Punisher is getting his own Netflix spinoff, Variety has confirmed.
At least one former employee of the Las Vegas Valley Water District is under FBI investigation for allegedly bilking the public agency out of $4.5 million in a scheme involving fraudulently purchased office supplies shipped to New Jersey.
The U.S. agency that oversees personnel hiring for the federal government will propose a rule that would remove questions about criminal history from job applications, the Office of Personnel Management said on Thursday.
Federal officials say a Reno-area physician is among nine people, including several employees of a local auto dealership, accused of running in an illegal prescription drug “pill mill” distribution business.
Police officers in Texas arrested a 32-year-old woman who was reportedly carrying a human fetus in her purse.
A conservative Christian advocacy group claims to have gathered more than one million signatures of people promising to boycott Target stories over the company’s policy allowing employees and guests to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity.
Burning Man organizers are looking to offer flights directly to the festival.
In a setback for Donald Trump, Indiana’s governor endorsed the front-runner’s chief rival, Ted Cruz, on Friday, just days before the state’s critical Republican primary contest.
North Korea on Friday sentenced a U.S. citizen of Korean heritage to 10 years in prison with hard labor after convicting him of espionage and subversion, the second American it has put behind bars this year.
The man is described as a white or Hispanic with a medium build wearing all black with gray or brown shoes. He was also wearing a straw hat and sunglasses.
Soccer legend David Beckham and Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis teamed to push forward plans to build a $1.4 billion, 65,000-seat stadium that could ultimately bring the Raiders to Las Vegas. Beckman also pitched for soccer.
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