A light-rail subway system beneath Las Vegas Boulevard is among the ambitious recommendations that have emerged from a transportation plan that has taken more than two years to complete.
Two separate fires in the central valley Wednesday have been ruled arson, according to the Las Vegas Fire Department.
The State Bar of Nevada has filed documents seeking to disbar suspended defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield for his central role in a courthouse counseling scheme.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said it settled a lawsuit with the representatives of comedian Tracy Morgan and two others, who were seriously injured in an accident involving its truck.
An Air France passenger jet had a near miss with an active volcano in Africa earlier this month, according to French aviation authorities who are investigating the incident.
A Florida community college under fire for allowing female sonography students to perform vaginal probes on one another as part of their class instruction said it will cease the practice for good.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is a no-show at team workouts. Head coach Mike Zimmer continues to send the united message stated by multiple members of the franchise that it is the only football option for the All-Pro back.
The Pentagon said on Wednesday that a suspected live sample of anthrax was sent to a U.S. base in South Korea, in addition to the samples mistakenly sent to nine U.S. states.
A number of major fast-food chains and food companies have recently announced healthier practices, moving to all-natural ingredients.
Hundreds of people were ordered to evacuate flood-threatened areas of Texas on Wednesday as storms bringing torrential rains battered the state, where at least 15 people have been killed in weather-related incidents.
A fight led to the deadly shooting at Craig Ranch Regional Park late Tuesday night, according to North Las Vegas police.
The next step in the FIFA corruption investigation is extradition, whereby federal officials will attempt to bring suspects to the United States to face allegations, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Wednesday.
Construction workers on Wednesday installed the last beam of the $375 million arena being built behind the New York-New York garage on the Strip, marking a milestone two days ahead of schedule.
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.
Scientists say a fossilized skull discovered deep inside a Spanish cave shows telltale signs of homicide — 430,000 years ago
Kids are organizing pencils as a makeshift, yes-no oujia board to summon a “Mexican demon” where questions are asked and “he” replies by moving the pencils.
The U.S. Forest Service firefighter who suffered second and third degree burns while responding to a fire Mount Charleston on Monday remains hospitalized in critical condition, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
Dust off your tank tops and Daisy Dukes, everyone. Las Vegas will see its first hundred-degree temperatures of the year this weekend, the National Weather Service predicted Wednesday morning.
New research illustrates why late-night snacking can quickly become an out-of-control eating behavior.
A large crowd stands by as a teenage girl — beaten and bloodied — writhes on the ground, her body engulfed in flames. “Add gasoline,” someone shouts.
A man fatally shot Monday morning was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office Wednesday morning.
If the ability to reinvent yourself is key to business success, Debbi Somers’ Las Vegas-based furniture company is a prime example. Somers Furniture began as a rental business supplying conventions.
The Las Vegas skyline doesn’t even break the top 40 as one of the best, according to a ranking by Emporis, an international building database.
In year three of downtown’s Life is Beautiful festival, nearby residents are hopeful but skeptical that by working with city officials they’ll be able address some of the issues the pary creates during the three-day event.
The grade-point average of UNLV’s football team rose from a 2.35 in the fall semester to a 2.7 for the term that recently ended, coach Tony Sanchez said. He also said 11 players made the Dean’s List.
Peter Erickson worries a suggested move by the Internal Revenue Service to lower the reporting level for gambling winnings will change his casino habits.
Nevada became the 13th state on Monday to abolish life-without-parole sentences for those under 18 after Gov. Brian Sandoval signed Assembly Bill 267 into law.
North Las Vegas police were called to a fatal shooting at Craig Ranch Park on Tuesday night. Police spokesman Officer Aaron Patty said dispatch received multiple calls reporting gunshots about 8:45 p.m.
With miles of white sand and turquoise waters perfect for swimming, body boarding and sailing, Hawaii’s Waimanalo Bay Beach Park topped Dr. Beach’s 25th annual top 10 list of U.S. beaches.
Former New Orleans Saints receiver Joe Horn criticized NFL commissioner Roger Goodell during an interview posted Tuesday online, calling him “the devil.”
Tax return information for about 100,000 U.S. taxpayers was illegally accessed by cyber criminals over the past four months, U.S. IRS Commissioner John Koskinen said on Tuesday, the latest in a series of data thefts that have alarmed American consumers.
The lawyer for B.B. King’s longtime manager fired back Tuesday after accusations arose claiming she poisoned the late music legend.
A former rookie officer with the Los Angeles Police Department accused of killing a man in March after a fight in a bar has been arrested in Mexico, police said.
A man who thought his nephew might be smoking marijuana in their shared Las Vegas apartment last week found a burned body in the bathroom instead, according to police.
The earthquake damage that closed a Spaghetti Bowl ramp as Memorial Day travelers were coming into and getting out of town will take one night and cost $20,000 to repair.
A Tuesday morning apartment fire in downtown Las Vegas has been ruled an arson, the Las Vegas Fire Department said Tuesday afternoon.
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