A fatal crash has shut down northbound Interstate 15 before Cheyenne Avenue, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada said.
A year ago, Wisconsin topped Arizona by one point in overtime to advance to the Final Four. On Saturday, the top-seeded Badgers moved on again, coasting past the second-seeded Wildcats 85-78 in the West region final at Los Angeles.
On his first quarterly earnings conference call as CEO of Full House Resorts, Dan Lee compared himself to the boy who came downstairs one Christmas morning hoping to find a pony.
Three Alabama university students were among seven people shot, several critically injured, early on Saturday morning at a raucous spring break party in Panama City Beach, Florida, and the suspected shooter was taken into custody, local police said.
At least 21 people were injured, two of them seriously, on Saturday when a Los Angeles commuter train struck a vehicle on the tracks near the University of Southern California campus, fire officials said.
Commerce Street is closed near Gowan Road after a person died in a single-vehicle crash, North Las Vegas police said.
Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument first superintendent, Vincent Santucci, a senior geologist and paleontologist for the entire National Park Service, just wrapped up his first week on the job.
Real-estate executive George Okinaka can’t remember the last time he visited the Meadows mall. And the problem for the Meadows is that there are tens of thousands of George Okinakas across the Las Vegas Valley.
The hang-gliding instructor and his 11-year-old student who died Friday afternoon in a hang gliding accident near Jean have been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as John Kelly Harrison, 55, of Hawaii, and Arys Moorhead, of Farmington, N.M.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s Friday announcement that he will not seek re-election in 2016 left many Nevadans wondering what the future holds for the Silver State after its most powerful voice at home and in Washington passes from the scene.
According to a report published by Experian at the end of 2013, young adults aged 19 to 29 had an average credit score of 628 — more than 50 points lower than the national average and the lowest of all the age groups.
“The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is saddened by the events that led to the cancellation of the St. Olaf College baseball season, but commends the institution’s administration for its swift and decisive action,” MIAC Executive Director Dan McKane said in the statement.
After establishing itself as the go-to craft beer festival organizer of the Las Vegas market, Motley Brews is expanding to the ultracompetitive beer scene in the San Diego area.
Mr. Rogen. Please don’t demean everyone who has ever been in the news media, because you have a beef with some media person somewhere. That’s a very Sarah Palin thing you did.
Kelly will stay twice as long as any U.S. astronaut has ever stayed on the space station, giving scientists a chance to study how the human body responds to long-duration space flights.
Few people were better prepared for for life in the Nevada Legislature and university board of regents than Jack Schofield, who died earlier this month at 91.
The man was going eastbound on his 2015 Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob on Windmill Lane about 7:50 a.m., approaching Paradise Road, when he collided with a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS.
The new signs simply imply one thing, but the problem on the bike path is far worse than you thought, in the town of Hampton, Illinois.
A former Nevada Youth Training Center inmate claims he was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment at the Elko facility. Jaylyn Garcia-Davis, now 20 and residing in a state prison, claims he was placed in a small room without a toilet or running water and was hogtied for hours. He also claims two male staff members broke his hand while restraining him.
The Korean War ended before Jim Simmons could be a combat fighter pilot. But on Friday afternoon in Henderson, the 84-year-old took to the skies in the same plane he last flew in training in the early 1950s.
Sen. Harry Reid’s retirement raises questions about the future of the powerful political organization he has used to keep an iron grip on the Nevada Democratic Party for a decade.
Nevada’s new Court of Appeals issued its first published opinion Thursday, a day after hearing oral arguments for the first time. In its opinion, the court upheld the prison sentence imposed on Jimmy Pitmon in an attempted lewdness case.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush hasn’t officially said he’s running for the White House, yet he’s already got his eye on Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval as his potential vice presidential running mate.
Canadian Olympic athlete Daundre Barnaby drowned while swimming in the ocean on Friday during a training camp at the Caribbean island of St. Kitts, Athletics Canada said in a statement.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid announced Friday that he will not seek re-election, a decision that signals the oncoming end of an era in Nevada and scrambles the political landscape in the state and in the nation’s capital.
Despite the devastation from several tornadoes blowing through Oklahoma, one high schooler still finds hope.
The state’s unemployment rate held steady at 7.1 percent from January to February, as job formation surged and people entered the labor pool, the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation reported Friday.
The deaths of two children whose bodies were found in a freezer in their mother’s Detroit apartment were the result of homicides, a county medical examiner said on Friday.
Fresh & Easy is selling two Las Vegas Valley stores, and the stores will close within the next week, a company spokesman said on Friday. The two locations are at Tropicana and Jones in Las Vegas, and Centennial and Simmons in North Las Vegas.
A 64-year-old motorcyclist suffered critical injuries in a south valley crash Friday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
Las Vegas police don’t plan to prosecute any Nevada lawmakers in connection with an alleged extortion plot aimed at Nevada Republican Assemblyman Chris Edwards.
A Utah fugitive was arrested Friday in Las Vegas by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, according to an agency news release.
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit that alleged a girl was harassed at Wynn Elementary School because she was black.
Whether you’re 18 or 80, a springtime getaway is a cure-all for the winter blues. Here are 10 tips for having a blast without busting your travel budget.
Dooley Elementary School in Henderson was placed on lockdown late Friday morning after a report of gunshots fired nearby but the lockdown was lifted by midafternoon, police said.
A hit-and-run in Chicago quickly turned into a road rage incident when two drivers decided that the best way to handle a vehicular disaster, would be to come out kicking and screaming.
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