A suburban Denver high school student who was shot in the head by a classmate died Saturday afternoon, hospital officials said in a statement.
The Junior League of Las Vegas Sustainers had its annual Holiday Coffee and charitable program for children at Jeri and Rick Crawford’s lovely home on Dec. 14.
A presidential advisory panel has recommended sweeping limits on the government’s surveillance programs, including requiring a court to sign off on individual searches of phone records and stripping the National Security Agency of its ability to store that data from Americans.
Lisa Browder opens the top drawer of one of her file cabinets. A bag of dog treats almost jumps out of the drawer. Kimber, the visiting German shepherd lying quietly beside owner Jan Hanson, knows good things are about to happen.
Cowboy Trails Farm might be the biggest little produce grower in the city.
Hilario Santiago Vasquez came to California during a surge of 1980s immigration to follow the crops from the Central Valley to Oregon to Florida. Along the way, he picked grapes, blueberries and oranges.
For a week following Jadin’s death, Joe Bell lay in bed, beating himself up, wondering what he could — should — have done differently to help his son. Racked with guilt, Bell chided himself over scolding Jadin for smoking a few days before the hanging. The Oregon man worried that he couldn’t survive this grief. Bell knew he had to do something. Then it came to him: He’d walk across the country, sharing Jadin’s story.
Hundreds of parents lined up in the cold to pick up bags of toys for their children at the Cashman Field Center Saturday morning.
Underscoring deeply conflicted characters, who are on a mission to reconceive their unsatisfying circumstances, has become director David O. Russell’s sweet spot. From his raw 1996 film, “Flirting With Disaster,” to last year’s acclaimed “Silver Linings Playbook,” he effectively unravels the disarray.
Transportation Security Administration officials on Friday pushed the virtues of airline passengers joining the PreCheck expedited security program.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with Asian restaurants this week.
you think your life is busy during the holidays, try stepping into Jaret Blinn’s shoes. Blinn is the executive pastry chef at Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd. Come holiday time, he and his crew go into overdrive to accomplish their normal daily duties plus supplying the Holiday Shop.
Freezing rain. Snow. Thunderstorms. Even tornadoes. Much of the nation braced for foul weather on one of the busiest travel weekends of the year, as a wet winter storm created travel worries from Chicago and Detroit to Boston and New York.
His visit to Las Vegas was brief, but the two days Marcus Smart spent around the USA Basketball men’s national team at the Mendenhall Center in late July left a lasting impression on everyone who watched.
A key deadline in the Affordable Care Act is fast approaching.
Henderson officials are encouraging residents to recycle their Christmas trees from Dec. 26 through Jan. 16.
I am Doug. The guys in “The Hangover” movies are Doug and Black Doug. There was “Doug” the cartoon, and then came “The Dougie” dance.
At this point, there’s not much left to like about the Dallas Cowboys, who are riding a broken-down donkey of a coach and following a quarterback, Tony Romo, who can’t shoot straight under pressure.
The hot molten rock beneath Yellowstone National Park is 2 ½ times larger than previously estimated, meaning the park’s supervolcano has the potential to erupt with a force about 2,000 times the size of Mount St. Helens, according to a new study.
It simply wasn’t believable when Tim Poster told the Nevada Gaming Control Board he didn’t know it was illegal to place sports bets via the Internet.
The NFL agent was talking about the inevitability of comparison between draft choices past and present, about how scouts and general managers might look down on a wide receiver from one school because others from it had failed, about how they might downgrade a linebacker because his was a college system that doesn’t always transfer successfully to the pros.
When you think of holiday travel, certain images probably pop into your head: crowded airports, clogged freeways, frenzied schedules, frazzled nerves. But a more leisurely journey awaits adventurous Southern Nevadans this holiday season: a trip back in time.
Two people accused of kidnapping a Las Vegas woman and tying her to a chair in an attempt to steal a computer game will face felony charges, the Clark County District Attorney’s Office reported Friday.
When handicapping bowl games, motivation and location are crucial elements to consider. It helps to find a quarterback edge, too, and Fresno State has one today with Derek Carr.
Florida wildlife officials say a man tried to trade a live alligator for beer at a Miami convenience store.
What the Rebels participated in Friday night resembled a scrimmage, but at least it was one they won with ease.
Nevada State Bank is launching a “Beautiful Nevada Essay Contest” asking the state’s students to answer the question, “What Makes Nevada Beautiful to You?”
The Chelsea, the eye-popping new venue at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, was designed to account for, even facilitate, social interaction without ruining the night for those who just want to watch the show.
One of two 17-year-old boys who ran away Thursday from the Spring Mountain Youth Camp on Mount Charleston has been apprehended in the northwest Las Vegas Valley.
For the Las Vegas Bowl, Fresno State vs. USC is a dream matchup. Or it should be, as long as both teams really want to be here.
An Oklahoma man proposed to his girlfriend last week while an officer tried to arrest him on two outstanding warrants.