A 4-year-old boy who died after being left in a hot car in the east valley Thursday night has been identified.
Noel Biderman, the chief executive of infidelity website Ashley Madison's parent company Avid Life, has left the company, weeks after hackers launched a cyber assault that leaked sensitive data about millions of clients.
Amid a firestorm of criticism over his remarks to Rolling Stone about a healing elixir, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on Thursday clarified what he meant.
Nevada gaming revenue in July fell for the second straight month, continuing the state's up-and-down year in the casino market.
Throughout one of the most emotional nights of her career, Celine Dion triumphantly shook a clenched fist.
Henderson and Boulder City police handed out nearly 400 tickets during a recent initiative to crack down on speeding and distracted driving, the departments announced Thursday.
Zac Efron heads to Las Vegas for "We Are Your Friends" while Rio headliner Eddie Griffin heads to a mental hospital for "Going to America." Here's a look at those and this week's other new movies.
They're almost ready for your close-up, Mr. Wolfson.
Political ideology, union cronyism and health insurance don't mix.
When Justin Wilson's brother, Stefan, also a racecar driver, posted a Twitter message Tuesday that said his big brother had donated his vital organs, it did not come as a surprise because that's just the kind of guy Justin Wilson was.
A bison gored a man working on an island off the Southern California coast, puncturing his lung and leaving him to stagger hundreds of yards until he found hikers who called for help, the spokesman for a conservation group said on Thursday.
Despite his many mistakes as NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell is a smart man who works for smart men. Eventually, because they are motivated by money, they will figure it out.
Michael Bennett is the rare modern pro athlete who's not afraid to speak his mind.
A 4-year-old boy died Thursday night after he was left in a hot car in the east valley, Las Vegas police said.
And the next contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" is ... Paula Deen? According to Variety, the celebrity chef will be joining the cast of ABC's hit show, which has been announcing new cast members in piecemeal fashion.
The mile-and-a-half stretch of Tropicana Avenue between Decatur Boulevard and Interstate 15 has long been notorious among police for its abundance of prostitutes.
An Indian national who had worked as a baby sitter in Connecticut was sentenced to 14 years in U.S. federal prison for the death of a 19-month-old boy in her care last year.
Donald Trump says he doesn't wear a toupee. Now, he has independent confirmation.
Police on scene of shooting at Savannah State University campus in Georgia says an emergency dispatch supervisor.
Billions of dollars are at stake in a Las Vegas trial that centers on two men who were diagnosed with bladder cancer after taking the diabetes drug Actos.
Former National Basketball Association star Darryl Dawkins, known as "Chocolate Thunder" for his powerful dunks and flamboyant personality, died on Thursday of a heart attack, his family said. He was 58.
Las Vegas police will allow the public to view some footage from officer body cameras starting next week.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson took a blindside hit to the head from Packers linebacker Clay Matthews in last season's NFC Championship Game, but returned on the next series and led Seattle to an overtime win.
School choice advocates from across the state and country rushed to defend Nevada's new education savings accounts after the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit challenging the program's constitutionality.
Noel "Greyhound" Stevens, who confessed to killing a Palms waitress, admitted in court Thursday to hallucinating and hearing voices.
Less than three weeks after she ran away, Rosie O'Donnell's adopted daughter Chelsea has bolted again.
In a state where selling pot could once net you life in prison, Clark County's top law enforcement officer told a room full of marijuana business owners Thursday that he wants to work with them.
A new bill in Congress aims to help veterans obtain child care while they pursue an education.
Nevada has prevailed along with a dozen other states in stopping a new EPA rule that would have greatly expanded the scope of waters covered by the Clean Water Act.
McCarran International Airport will double the number of gates it will have available to international air carriers by early 2017 with a $51 million project that is expected to begin by November.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck said Thursday that birthright citizenship should be on the table in the broader dialogue about immigration reform.
Have you ever dreamed of throwing food around? Spain's annual "La Tomatina" offers you the chance to do just that.
It was much different from the last time, other than the fact any media day involving Floyd Mayweather Jr. runs on restful and relaxing time, meaning the fighter probably does a lot of both while keeping everyone waiting far beyond the fictional scheduled start to things.
McDonald's Corp and Tyson Foods both severed ties on Thursday with a Tennessee farm where workers were seen stabbing, beating and stomping on chickens in an undercover video shot by animal rights activists.
A New York federal judge on Thursday denied a legal request by Caesars Entertainment Corp. bondholders that could have sent the entire casino company into bankruptcy.
When it comes to gun massacres, the United States is tragically exceptional: There are more public mass shootings in the United States than in any other country in the world, according to a new study.
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