A Republic Services garbage truck erupted in flames near downtown Las Vegas Friday afternoon. The truck burst into flames about 3:52 p.m. in the parking lot of Walker Furniture, on Martin Luther King Boulevard near Alta Drive.
Federal prosecutors won’t throw in the towel in their fight to keep alive an illegal gambling case against wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua.
It’s as if Thor himself decided to visit this church in Maine. Warning: it gets surprisingly loud.
A Southern California man suspected to have fatally shot a neighbor on Thursday ended an hours-long standoff with police by killing himself.
“Aloha,” starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams, isn’t great. But, if you can turn off your cynicism for a couple of hours, there are some moments that will make you feel pretty good about life.
If Prince Fielder can’t partake in nachos, then apparently nobody else at the ballpark can, either.
A 65-year-old Las Vegas man who grew medical pot in his backyard was acquitted of two felony marijuana charges Friday.
40 years after “Jaws” hit the big screen and Robert Shaw’s boat, the film will now make a reappearance.
A University of Washington fraternity has been ordered to suspend social activities at its off-campus house in Seattle after a female student reported she was raped there during an unauthorized party in which alcoholic beverages were served, officials said on Thursday.
Managers of Yellow Checker Star are working with regulators, police and union leaders in a bid to head off traffic disruptions on the Strip following Thursday’s announcement that cab drivers plan a work stoppage Friday.
A California man who received a $650,000 settlement after being beaten by about a dozen sheriff’s deputies in a failed attempt to flee on horseback has been charged with felonies connected to the incident.
In the new earthquake extravaganza “San Andreas,” the Hoover Dam is brought down during a 7.1 quake that would make last week’s tremors feel like a Prius driving past your bedroom.
A man already facing dozens of charges in connection with breaking into a woman’s home, taking her family hostage and trying to rape the woman has been indicted on a murder charge, prosecutors said Friday.
The Atlantic hurricane season begins June 1, but it might have fewer storms than normal for the third year running — thanks in part to El Niño, the warming of water in the equatorial Pacific, which increases strong wind shear in the Atlantic.
A Vons grocery store in Henderson caught fire Thursday and had to close for the night, according to a Henderson news release.
A woman died early Friday morning after crashing her vehicle into a recycling truck in North Las Vegas, police said.
Parents get notified of bullying, but not abortion?
It’s no secret the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Manny Pacquiao fight, and all the massive hype behind it, attracted the largest gathering of high rollers in the city’s history. The wild weekend produced numbers that probably won’t be repeated, possibly for decades.
The Strip’s best April in seven years helped reverse a two-month gaming revenue slide in Nevada. Casinos statewide collected $897.9 million from gamblers during April, a 5.39 increase compared to the same month in 2014.
One person was hospitalized and another was taken into custody after a Thursday night stabbing in downtown Las Vegas, Metro said.
Las Vegas police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a woman who injured an employee during a robbery at a Siegel Suites, according to a news release.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, who once lived in Las Vegas, made a stop Thursday at Rick Harrison’s Gold and Silver Pawn Shop at 713 S. Las Vegas Boulevard.
Drink more water and try to stay cool, because high temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley will continue through the weekend.
Gov. Brian Sandoval says Yucca Mountain supporters in Congress should give it a rest, there’s no way Nevada can be persuaded to accept a high-level nuclear waste site.
Two Las Vegas men charged with using counterfeit keys to steal checks, credit cards and other information from local mailboxes were arraigned in federal court this week.
With an official high of 97, Thursday was the hottest day the Las Vegas Valley has seen so far this year. But the triple digits are lurking.
Siblings accused in a fatal hatchet attack of a 43-year-old man were back in a Las Vegas courtroom Friday.
The Department of Interior on Thursday proposed added controls across 17 million acres in rural Nevada and northeastern California in a bid to preserve habitat and avoid an endangered species listing for the imperiled sage grouse.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. told the Nevada Gaming Commission the casino company was going through a “painstaking” process to determine how it can restore lost retirement and deferred compensation payments.
On Thursday, several transgender students and their parents addressed the Clark County School Board and repeated their long-standing requests for a policy that accommodates all students, regardless of gender identity and expression, in public facilities such as bathrooms and locker rooms.
Apparently, all but one Kentucky basketball fan was devastated this season when the Wildcats fell short in their quest to become the first team since the 1976 Indiana Hoosiers to win the national title with a perfect record.
A woman’s body was found in a west valley parking lot late Thursday afternoon. About 5:00 p.m., Las Vegas police responded to a call from a parking lot at the intersection of Rainbow and Charleston boulevards, where they found the body, said Metro Lt. Patrick Charoen.
Thanks largely to its more affordable buy-in, the World Series of Poker’s “Colossus” already has surpassed the 2006 Main Event as the largest live tournament in poker history. More than 14,000 players had registered by 2 p.m. Thursday.
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A committee to recall embattled North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey turned in more than 2,700 petition signatures Thursday at City Hall.
A federal judge Thursday quickly denied a request from prosecutors to reconsider his order tossing out the brunt of the evidence in the illegal gambling case against wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua.
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