A man authorities say faked being a doctor and offered fixes for incurable STDs out of an east valley home also was a porn actor selling sex toys and escort and massage services, according to court papers.
For nearly the life of the Strip's longest-running production show, Donna London has been behind the scenes fitting, washing and repairing costumes for cast members of "Jubilee!"
NFL Week 5 kicks off tonight with the Indianapolis Colts visiting the Houston Texans for Thursday Night Football. Here's what you need to know if you want to catch the game.
Volkswagen's cheating on emissions with the use of software in diesel cars was not a corporate decision, but something that "individuals did," its U.S. chief executive told lawmakers on Thursday.
Add Rep. Dina Titus to the list of congressional representatives requesting hearings be held on the legalities of daily fantasy sports businesses that have come under fire over cheating allegations and concerns the industry is largely unregulated.
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will be sidelined again for today's "Thursday Night Football" game at the Houston Texans, but Gold Sheet handicapper Bruce Marshall is still siding with the Colts, who opened as 1½-point favorites but are now 4½-point underdogs at most Las Vegas sports books.
Federal agents dug up about $600,000 buried in the backyard of a Los Angeles-area home once occupied by a former armored truck driver who has admitted to helping steal more than $1 million, federal law enforcement said on Wednesday.
A judge on Thursday postponed trial for two men accused in the fatal shooting of 44-year-old mother Tammy Meyers.
One detective served in the Marine Corps; the other is an Air Force veteran. They were among the first four officers to approach the building at the Oregon community college where shooter Chris Harper-Mercer took nine lives last week in the nation's latest mass shooting.
Upon her father's return home from serving in Southeast Asia, a soldier's daughter just can't wait any longer to see her dad.
In Southern Nevada, as across the country, people are going hungry every day. Dan Williams, of Three Square food bank, said the national "meal gap" is 8.6 billion meals a year.
Like it or not, Facebook Inc's trademark "Like" button is set to get more expressive.
House Republicans will cast secret ballots on Thursday to elect their party's nominee to succeed House Speaker John Boehner, who is resigning at the end of the month.
A fraternity at Indiana University has been suspended due to a hazing incident caught on video in which new male chapter members were encouraged to perform sex acts on women in front of other fraternity members, the school and the national fraternity said on Thursday.
The U.S. Treasury is seeking information from Toyota about how ISIS has gotten hold of the automaker's trucks, which have been shown in the terror group's propaganda videos.
The list of nominees for induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year is out.
Southwest Airlines will open its new $146 million international terminal at Houston's Hobby International Airport, giving Las Vegans a new option for one-stop service to Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.
France train attack hero Spencer Stone repeatedly stabbed in Sacramento, California and is in stable condition, media reports said on Thursday.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. asked a federal bankruptcy judge Thursday to extend the exclusivity date on the reorganization plan for its largest operating division to March 15.
Daniel Craig, the British actor who will be appearing as James Bond for the fourth time in "Spectre" released later this month, has told an interviewer he would rather slit his wrists than play 007 again.
As a Tennessee community prepares to bury a girl allegedly killed by an 11-year-old boy over a puppy, more details emerged about the gun used in the shooting.
After every mass shooting comes the question: Could it have been prevented? Is there anything anyone could have done to stop a shooter from indiscriminately killing others, often before taking his own life?
An inmate serving time for sexual assault of a minor under 16 years old died Tuesday evening at High Desert State Prison, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced Wednesday.
The local market for existing homes continued to stabilize in September.
If you are one of those people who take perverse pleasure in watching people more famous than you fail, then you must have enjoyed watching kickers miss extra points and field goals in the NFL last weekend.
Tim Chambers is today the inescapable truth of two faces: A man still very much intent on building UNLV into a baseball power and one crying out for help.
A Maine resident accused of fatally stabbing a stranger in the ice cream aisle of a grocery store will plead guilty on Thursday to murder, his attorney said.
The Black Canyon. While it may bear a rather ominous name, the 12-mile stretch of cool water offers only the most adventurous voyagers passage to hidden caverns, otherworldly hot springs and secluded beaches.
The Clark County School District, for the first time in seven years, will increase its monthly contribution for teachers' health care premiums starting in 2016.
Corals reefs are suffering a severe underwater heat wave this year for the third time on record, including a mysterious warm patch in the Pacific known as "The Blob", scientists said on Thursday.
A man police say posed as a doctor and treated people at an east Las Vegas Valley home has been arrested, and investigators are looking into his connections to the sovereign citizens movement.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas hopes to boost ongoing efforts to improve its reputation as a research institution through a newly launched partnership with Tesla Motors.
Jake Arrieta carried his masterful pitching over to the postseason by tossing a four-hit shutout as the Chicago Cubs beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-0 Wednesday night in the National League wild-card game.
Las Vegas police arrested a 22-year-old man in connection with a Sept. 23 beating that left a 72-year-old Canadian dead, Metro announced Wednesday.
Clark County prosecutors are crying foul after a judge unilaterally declared that two reputed drug mules carrying $1 million in heroin were stopped by state troopers only because they were "driving while Hispanic,'' and let them out on unusually low bail.
A 78-year-old Las Vegas man is dead and a woman faces a DUI charge after a car left a south valley road and struck him while he walked on the sidewalk.
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