In an angry telephone interview Friday, Joshua Cluff, whose home was targeted in the July 13 bomb attack in Panaca, said Glenn Franklin Jones never made a threat or uttered a harsh word to him in the years they knew each other.
The court heard arguments for an hour on whether Question 5 is a proper referendum on a measure passed by the 2015 Legislature and as such qualifies for the Nov. 8 general election ballot.
Three years ago, the lighting-sparked Carpenter 1 fire burned through the Spring Mountains for more than three weeks. The fire forced the evacuation of hundreds of homes in the mountains and burned almost nearly 28,000 acres of land.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal and other news media Friday sought to overturn a federal judge’s protective order withholding the bulk of the government’s evidence from the public in the Bunkerville standoff case.
The 51s have lost eight of their past 12 games and have struggled mightily with runners in scoring position. Las Vegas returns to Cashman Field on Saturday for a four-game series against El Paso.
An inmate walked away from a work assignment in Las Vegas on Friday afternoon, the Nevada Department of Corrections said.
In the wake of violent incidents at two valley parks this week, the Metropolitan Police Department offered tips on how to play the hit mobile game “Pokemon Go” safely.
A pedestrian was struck by a pickup truck while he was waiting at a bus stop in North Las Vegas Friday afternoon, police said.
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles is partnering with State Farm Insurance to help parents supervise their teen drivers and prepare them for a lifetime of safe driving.
A former Las Vegas Valley Water District employee has been indicted by a federal grand jury in a scheme to steal and sell more than $6.7 million worth of ink and toner cartridges from the public utility.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified the motorcyclist killed in a Henderson crash Thursday afternoon.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified a man found dead in an apartment earlier this month.
A 14-year-old Wisconsin girl tried to kill her brother’s girlfriend, slitting her throat and telling her during the attack that she was a psychopath looking for her first kill, according to investigators.
Authorities are investigating a plane that made an emergency landing Friday afternoon near Henderson.
A third defendant charged in both the Oregon and Nevada standoffs involving the Bundy family has agreed to plead guilty in the Oregon case.
Less than a year after state legislation loosened HIV testing restrictions, Southern Nevada community organizations are assuming new roles, working with health officials to offer preliminary testing.
Alex Cejka, a German who moved to Las Vegas more than a decade ago, and Inbee Park, a South Korean who spent her formative years in the valley, will represent their native countries in the Olympics.
Businesses that find out about vulnerabilities after a breach, are too late to the game, says one security expert.
The terrorist attack on a French church and murder of a priest renewed a central conflict just about every house of worship faces sooner or later: how to provide security while remaining welcoming.
Nevada’s armored cavalry just got bigger and stronger, bolstered by more than $270 million in equipment that includes 59 new Bradley Fighting Vehicles and tanks.
The White House on Friday awarded a $13.3 million grant that will largely pay for a fleet of cleaner-fuel buses operated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.
More than 200 firefighters are battling the largest of a series of lightning-sparked fires north of Reno that are threatening dozens of homes and prompted some voluntary evacuations.
The city of Sparks and its insurance company have agreed to pay a woman who was shot by police $400,000 in connection to the incident.
The computer network used by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Russia’s weightlifting team has been barred from competing at the Rio Olympics in August over doping offenses, the sport’s governing federation said on Friday.
The Bali Hai Golf Club has emerged as a potential site for a 65,000-seat domed stadium, joining four other sites as leading locations for the project.
Sparks flew between a Clark County School Board member and a top Republican lawmaker in the closing moments of a town hall meeting Thursday to gather feedback on a plan to reorganize Nevada’s largest school district.
A Minnesota judge dismissed claims from 28 would-be heirs to the estate of the late pop star Prince, further solidifying the inheritance claims of the performer’s six surviving siblings.
There’s pretty much no way around it: Moving is a drag.
Hoisting signs and shouting into loudspeakers, about 400 protesters faced off Friday at the downtown Regional Justice Center over a pair of Nevada lawsuits whose future might further roil a national debate on school choice programs.
Florida’s governor on Friday reported the first evidence of local Zika virus transmission in the continental United States, saying testing of four residents showed they were likely infected by mosquito bites.
The Las Vegas Valley will start to cool down and may see some thunderstorms over the weekend after Thursday’s record-breaking heat, according to the National Weather Service.
The Michigan attorney general’s office on Friday charged six state employees with misconduct in office and other crimes stemming from the lead-contaminated water crisis in Flint.
A judge on Thursday handed down two life sentences for a 50-year-old man convicted of impersonating a vice officer and raping two prostitutes on the Las Vegas Strip.
Nevada casinos posted a strong 6.8 percent gaming win in June, helping the state’s major industry eke out a tiny 0.66 percent gain for the fiscal year that ended June 30, the state Gaming Control Board reported Friday.
With temperatures soaring to 115 degrees, Brenda Jones welcomed the free bottle of cold water distributed by Three Square food bank and the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.
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