A solar company official representing an alliance of rooftop solar firms said a filing Friday by NV Energy to create a new rate class for Nevadans who install the systems will mean the death of the industry in Nevada along with its 6,000 jobs.
Three people were injured when a car crashed into another vehicle and then into a building Monday night in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
Former Feruguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson may have been legally vindicated in killing Michael Brown, but in many ways, he doesn't live like a free man.
It's a safe bet that everyone who attends services at downtown's diminutive Amistad Christiana Church comes to hear themselves think. That's been impossible since 2013 during the behemoth Life is Beautiful music festival.
A Houston radio station has announced that it will be importing the Las Vegas morning team of Dave, Mahoney & DK from its CBS Radio sister station, KXTE-FM 107.5.
Bettors with an opinion on who would win what UFC president Dana White believes could be the biggest fight in the organization's history can back up that belief at the sports book beginning today. Whether or not the fight actually ever happens could be the bigger crapshoot.
Joe Jackson, patriarch of the Jackson family of musical performers, was discharged on Monday from the Sao Paulo hospital where he had been treated following a stroke.
Do travelers trust online marketing for their vacation rentals? According to one recent website, 48 percent of us trust search engine results, and 42 percent trust banner ads when looking for vacation rentals.
A toddler drowned at a northwest valley apartment complex Monday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
An Indiana man went back to sleep on train tracks Saturday night after he was woken up by a conductor and told he was hit by a train.
A veteran Las Vegas police detective once charged with beating and robbing a prostitute was grilled on the witness stand Monday in a defense bid to persuade a federal judge to toss out evidence in a weapons case he helped put together.
Two people were killed and 15 others injured when a circus tent collapsed in New Hampshire during a storm on Monday night, a state fire official said.
Tony Romo was apparently joking when he blamed an enlarged sty under his left eye on "wearing too much makeup" but the Dallas Cowboys quarterback — who returned to practice Saturday — did undergo quite the transformation for his new DirecTV commercial.
Two people were shot during a northeast valley house party early Sunday morning, Metro said.
Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration investigators are looking into the death of a man whose body was found at an east valley construction site over the weekend, the agency said Monday.
A man died Monday after he from fell from Interstate 15 onto Lake Mead Boulevard, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
A man was slain and another person was wounded in a shooting late Sunday night in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police, but investigators have few leads.
A man is facing an attempted murder charge after police said he stabbed four people during a domestic situation on Monday morning, Henderson police said.
A man was killed and two passengers were seriously injured in a one-vehicle rollover on Interstate 15 Sunday night, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
A federal jury Monday convicted former real estate agent Brett Depue in a mortgage fraud scheme federal prosecutors allege defrauded lending institutions out of more than $24 million.
By day, Jered Jones produces the "Dave, Mahoney & DK Morning Show" on KXTE, 107.5-FM. At night — well, weekend nights, anyway — he's the frontman of a local power pop quartet called the Offset Season.
If you go to school at University of Nevada, Las Vegas, fly into McCarran International Airport or party on the Las Vegas Strip, you're technically not in Las Vegas — you're in Clark County.
A federal appeals court on Monday revived a lawsuit filed by a wildlife conservation group challenging federal predator control practices in Nevada that include killing coyotes and poisoning ravens.
While most young picky eaters grow out of their selective eating habits, a new study found that moderate and severe picky eating are associated with psychological issues such as anxiety, depression and attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder that may require intervention.
The nuclear industry is adopting a more aggressive stance on Yucca Mountain, a shift that may complicate efforts to reach a compromise on the thorny issue of high-level radioactive waste.
Police have a suspect in custody following a Georgia shooting that claimed the life of the father of a homeless family that were told they could stay in a hotel room until he could find a job.
Creditors owed billions by Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s largest operating division will control the board of the planned real estate investment trust the company plans to set up through a bankruptcy court-administered reorganization.
Zimbabwe has linked a Pennsylvania doctor to an investigation into illegal lion hunting, naming him on Sunday as a client of a safari operator accused of breaching regulations.
Attacks thousands of miles apart, under different circumstances, have left 19 law enforcement officers dead nationwide this year. Here are officers who have died at the hands of violent suspects from January until now.
Southbound lanes on the Las Vegas Strip near Spring Mountain Road have reopened after a closure that allowed police to investigate a crash that sent a bicyclist to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Fire officials say speed bumps can add as many as 10 crucial seconds to emergency vehicle response times, whereas humps might only add a few seconds.
James Holmes, the gunman in the Colorado movie massacre, could face the death penalty after jurors found on Monday that aggravating factors in the case counted for more than mitigating ones such as mental illness.
Off-roading. Surfing. What's the difference? An Australian daredevil combined the two adrenaline-based sports and accomplished a stunt like no other — he surfed a wave on a dirt bike.
Golden Gaming's $341 million merger with Minnesota-based Lakes Entertainment was finalized Monday, creating a publicly traded casino, tavern and slot machine route operation with business interests in Nevada and Maryland.
A fierce wildfire that has devoured drought-parched terrain in northern California with remarkable speed raged on for a sixth day on Monday as evacuations expanded and firefighters began to gain some ground against the flames.
A man was shot to death on Monday in front of a courthouse in a suburb of Jackson, Mississippi, as he arrived for a hearing on drug charges against him, and the gunman turned himself in to the authorities, police said.
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