A person refusing to come out of an east valley home after a reported domestic dispute prompted Metro police to send out their SWAT unit and evacuate a neighborhood.
Another key defendant pleaded guilty Tuesday in the scheme to take over and defraud Las Vegas-area homeowners associations.
A south Georgia man was charged Tuesday with murder in the death of a couple who went missing last week after contacting a car seller on Craigslist, police said.
When Ryan Ferguson and his dad travel this week to Glendale, Arizona, for the Super Bowl, it will be a bucket-list experience. And yet for them it will be so much more. For Ferguson, a Missouri native, it’ll be a chance to thank his father, Bill — the man who never stopped fighting for him while he spent 10 years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit.
Go ahead and say it. Arnie Wexler has heard it before. Through the years, he has been called just about every name you can think of. A traitor to the sporting life. A quitter in the endless game of sports betting. A loser.
A family in Gardena, Calif., said Monday they were concerned about the safety of what looked and smelled like “black sludge and sediment” coming out of their water faucet.
The Silver State’s jobless rate dipped to a six-year low, and the state added nearly 40,000 jobs in 2014. Employers statewide have created 99,000 new positions since 2010, the state’s employment department reported Tuesday.
North Las Vegas has cut its projected long-term deficit by $74 million, Mayor John Lee announced Tuesday at his State of the City address.
Oscar-nominated star Benedict Cumberbatch has apologized for referring to black actors as “colored” on a U.S. talk show.
The chief lobbyist for the casino industry is urging the Senate to gauge Loretta Lynch’s commitment to enforce laws against illegal betting before it votes on her nomination to become attorney general.
The U.S. Army on Tuesday denied that a decision had been made to bring desertion charges against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who was released last year in a prisoner swap after disappearing from his base in Afghanistan in 2009.
A 91-year-old driver whose injuries initially were not considered life threatening after a November wreck died a week later, Las Vegas police said Monday.
A motorcyclist critically injured after a sedan made a left turn into the path of his bike has died, Las Vegas police said on Tuesday.
Facebook went offline across much of the world for 45 minutes late Monday. Some users also found it difficult to access photo-sharing app Instagram. Facebook blamed its own technicians for the problem, while others pointed to hacking group Lizard Squad.
Las Vegas woke up to a wet and foggy morning Tuesday after a small storm strolled through the valley overnight.
A Las Vegas limousine company will be required to pay $232,317 to 479 employees for violating the federal Fair Labor Standards Act and paying workers less than minimum wage.
Making a donation to a charity is a great way to fill up on feel-good energy, but there might be an additional benefit, too: tax savings. But don’t get too excited just yet: Not all donations can be deducted and not all charitable organizations qualify.
Convening a rare press conference on Tuesday at church headquarters in Salt Lake City, Mormon leaders pledged to support anti-discrimination laws for gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people, as long the laws also protect the rights of religious groups.
A video file posted online Tuesday purports to relay a new message from Japanese ISIS hostage Kenji Goto: He and a captive Jordanian military pilot will be killed in the next 24 hours if Jordan doesn’t release a convicted would-be suicide bomber.
Prosecutors modified charges Tuesday against a Metro detectitive accused of robbing, beating and trying to sexually assault a woman after a quarrel about a prostitution fee.
The Northeast woke Tuesday to an unusual quiet. Subways and buses were shut down, and normally bustling commuter spots were empty.
A man opened fire on police attending a swearing-in ceremony for new officers in New Hope, Minnesota, on Monday night.
The dust has finally settled. The Wynn, Hakkasan and Light Group have officially announced which global DJ stars have signed contracts to perform exclusively at their clubs in 2015.
It should come as no surprise that Las Vegas promises to have the glitziest election matchup among more than a dozen races spread across three cities as campaign season officially begins Tuesday.
Increased noise from military jets will be heard through Feb. 13 over the north end of the Las Vegas Valley as Nellis Air Force Base hosts a Red Flag air combat training exercise, base officials said.
The public can attend or watch a televised fact-finding review Friday of a July police shooting that killed a man in North Las Vegas.
Paramount is moving Tom Cruise’s “Mission: Impossible 5” forward by five months, from Christmas to July 31, 2015.
A North Las Vegas motorcycle officer was injured in a wreck on Interstate 15 South on Monday night. The incident happened about 8:30 p.m. near the Washington Avenue exit, Nevada Highway Patrol spokeswoman Trooper Chelsea Stuenkel said.
Strong winds delayed completion of a Jan. 6 eagle survey at Lake Mead National Recreation Area, but boat crews from the National Park Service made it out to Lake Mohave last week and spotted eight more bald eagles, bringing this year’s total to 99.
Nevada joined a lawsuit with more than two dozen states challenging President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration that would protect some 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation, Attorney General Adam Laxalt announced Monday, saying the president is “undermining the rule of law.”
The rain Las Vegas is seeing now should clear out by sunrise Tuesday, but don’t tuck your umbrellas away just yet.
Every session has a cast of hundreds, but a few always stand out. Here are some to watch in 2015.
Because most early cultures left no written record, we have gleaned much of what we know of them from the ruins, relics and artifacts they left behind.
Clark County School District Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky began his state of the district address on Monday by praising specialty magnet programs, but warned that enrollment is rapidly growing in the crowded school system.
Nevada’s only maximum-security psychiatric facility is still struggling with the timely admission of court-ordered patients, a condition of a federal lawsuit settlement, according to a defense lawyer and state records.
A baby boy was born without eyes to a family in the East Valley. Richie Lopez is 3 months old, and his mother, Kelly Lopez, says she had a completely normal pregnancy. Her ultrasounds never hinted her son would be born without eyes.
- Page 1