Prosecutors could seek the death penalty against an Idaho woman and her brother, who face murder charges in the death of her husband.
A “Right to Try” bill that will make it easier for terminally ill Nevadans to obtain experimental medications that could help prolong their lives has been signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
UNLV’s football program posted a four-year Academic Progress Rate average of 937. The minimum to be eligible for postseason play is 930. All 17 UNLV sports achieved above the four-year required APR.
Happy National Hamburger Day! Time to celebrate — and maybe do something a little more adventurous than slapping a plain ol’ boring patty on the grill. Here are five recipes to help make the day.
On the heels of reaching a settlement in his lawsuit against Walmart, Tracy Morgan will give his first TV interview, since he was critically injured in a highway crash last June, Monday on “Today.”
The ferocious Blanco River surged into the Perez family’s vacation home, blowing the door off its frame. The torrent of brown water filled the Texas house, creating a whirlpool of chairs and tables.
The Nevada Supreme Court has unanimously overturned a $500,000 jury verdict awarded to a Las Vegas man who said a priest groped him at age 13.
Las Vegas, one of the most popular vacation destinations worldwide, is also one of the top places for staycations, according to a ranking by WalletHub, with North Las Vegas almost last on the same list.
KINGMAN, Ariz. — The family of inmate Neil Early who was fatally injured while incarcerated at Arizona State Prison has filed a notice of claim alleging negligence in the death. The initiative requests payment of $7.5 million.
Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors wrapped up the Western Conference Finals Wednesday night with a home win over the Houston Rockets and it was once again time for the league’s MVP to answer questions in the press room. And there was Riley Curry once again in tow.
A man shot and killed during a fight at a North Las Vegas park Tuesday night was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as Alika Chappell-Hersh, 21, of Las Vegas.
A semi truck driver is facing DUI charges after a head-on crash with a cab that left six injured, Las Vegas police said Thursday.
Texas prepared for more flooding on Thursday while still reeling from torrential rains that killed at least 16 people, inundated major cities and set a record for the wettest month in the state’s history.
An altercation outside an east valley Wal-Mart led to a shooting early Thursday morning, Las Vegas police said.
A 21-year-old Vermont woman was briefly hospitalized after being bitten by a black widow spider from a bag of grapes purchased at a Shaw’s grocery store.
A man suffered multiple wounds after a shooting near St. Louis and Eastern avenues late Wednesday night, Las Vegas police said.
Terrence Bowser could soon be a free man after serving more than 10 years in prison for the random murder of a Las Vegas man.
A longtime secretary to the founder of Lee’s Discount Liquor has filed an age discrimination lawsuit against her former employer.
If Steven Ficano had anywhere near the amount of pot allowed by his medical marijuana card, police would have simply confiscated the drug and let him off with a stern warning, a Las Vegas detective testified Wednesday.
You might be used to visiting your local bank, speaking with a teller and paying a few bills. But what if in the next five years you performed all these actions without setting foot inside a bank? And what if you were able to not just perform typical banking activities — withdraw money, transfer money, deposit a check, etc. — but also purchase a plane ticket while you were there?
A GOP-backed bill that would have allowed political parties to scrap Nevada’s presidential caucus system in favor of a secret-ballot primary was killed by an Assembly committee Wednesday.
Two inmates jailed in Southern Nevada prisons died over Memorial Day weekend, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced Wednesday.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in finding two men in connection with a robbery Sunday morning in the south valley.
Five people were hospitalized with serious injuries Wednesday night after a central valley crash between a taxi and a semi truck, Las Vegas police said.
Hundreds of people were ordered to evacuate flood-threatened areas of Texas on Wednesday as torrential rains battered the state, where at least 15 people have been killed in weather-related incidents this week, including six in Houston.
The Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that would start a teacher scholarship program and pay incentives to Nevada educators in hard-to-fill jobs.
Former Chicago Bears defensive tackle Ray McDonald, released by the National Football League (NFL) franchise after his arrest this week in Northern California, was arrested again on Wednesday on suspicion of violating a restraining order, police said.
Since many viewers bailed on the HBO comedy before its hot mess of an eighth and final season, here’s a look back at what Vince, E, Drama, Turtle and Ari were up to at the end in time for the “Entourage” movie.
Everyone’s daily dose of Iggy Azalea hate comes in the form of a new petition to strip her of her recent Billboard Music Awards win for “Top Rap Song.”
Las Vegas philanthropist and community leader Susie Lee has jumped into the growing Democratic primary field for Nevada’s Congressional District 4.
A 39-year-old North Las Vegas woman who pleaded guilty to felony child abuse for keeping a filthy home where eight children lived was ordered to serve four years probation Wednesday.
A yacht the size of two football fields is hitting the market, complete with nine decks and two helicopter pads.
A 5-year-old boy is hospitalized after he was pulled from the wave pool Wednesday evening at a Henderson water park, according to the city’s fire department.
You can crash someone’s iPhone with a mere text message. A nasty computer bug in Apple’s iOS allows anyone who sends an iPhone a certain text message — with specific Latin and Arabic characters — to shut it down.
A Las Vegas woman behind an “immigration assistance scam” has pleaded guilty to felony theft, the office of the Nevada attorney general announced Wednesday.
Two separate fires in the central valley Wednesday have been ruled arson, according to the Las Vegas Fire Department.
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