U.S. Highway 95 is closed between Flamingo Road and Boulder Highway after a shooting suspect fled his vehicle and was hit by a truck.
A police officer was wounded and a man was killed in an exchange of gunfire in Kingman Thursday morning.
The Bananas Foster Bam-Boozled shake at Holsteins Shakes and Buns and the Somoa! Elixxr at Hexx Kitchen + Bar are a couple of the items On the Menu.
E-sports seems to have a bright future in Nevada, though panelists cautioned that casinos have their work cut out for them to woo and maintain the gamer gambler.
An overnight standoff ended early Thursday morning when Las Vegas Police took a man into custody around 5 a.m.
A child was struck by a vehicle Thursday morning in the central valley and taken to the hospital.
A woman is dead after being injured last week in a mobile home fire in the northeast valley.
Nevada’s gaming win in August dipped slightly compared with last year and Strip win showed the highest decline in the state in a month in which statistics don’t tell the whole story.
The animated classic “The Lion King” will be the latest Disney film to get a live-action remake.
Get ready for three days of college football because Week 5 features the Top 10 teams playing on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Gary Johnson, the Libertarian nominee for president, who had been pilloried for blanking on the relevance of Aleppo, whiffed on an even easier foreign policy question.
Thursday showers are expected to stay on the outskirts of the valley and temperatures will cool over the weekend.
Stuckey Elementary, only six years after making its debut in southwest Las Vegas, already has earned a spot on the nation’s elite list of Blue Ribbon Schools.
Catching up on the news after a week’s vacation in Seattle, I spied a front-page story in the Review-Journal that lifted my spirits. A group of local art lovers is giving it a go to create a fine arts museum.
The Nevada Department of Corrections is investigating what they said was an apparent suicide that occurred Wednesday in Northern Nevada.
What lies behind our fascination with violence, be it literary or otherwise, will be explored Thursday during a panel discussion, “Spectacle of Violence: Why We Watch,” sponsored by Black Mountain Institute and the UNLV Department of Anthropology.
Minorities who have seen great improvements in their lives are more confident, while whites who have seen disintegration in their lives are more pessimistic.
One year ago after successfully testing his show SOLID GOLD SOUL in Reno, producer Marc Paskin was ready to sit down with invitations to bring it to Las Vegas. But then he suffered seizures and a brain hemorrhage and underwent hours of brain surgery.
Critics of a proposed $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium say they want a better deal for Southern Nevadans if tax dollars are used to help fund construction, but an influential casino lobbying group joined the debate Wednesday by saying stadium developers and government officials have covered all areas of concern.
It’s taken less than a week to find out who is moving (for now) into the post-Matt Goss Gossy Room.
More than 4.09 million airline passengers flew through McCarran International Airport last month, a 2.3 percent increase over August 2015, the Clark County Department of Aviation will report Thursday.
Casino operators and gaming suppliers are racing to innovate to take advantage of new global growth opportunities.
The westbound lane restrictions — from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. Thursday — are necessary due to the need to make emergency repairs to bridge gaps, according to a Clark County spokesman. The beltway’s eastbound lanes at Decatur also will be restricted during the same time period Friday morning.
Bullhead City, Arizona, police are asking the public to help solve the mystery of a pool of human blood discovered in the middle of a street Wednesday morning.
A 34-year-old man accused of fatally shooting a southwest valley Starbucks customer appeared in court Wednesday to face murder and other charges.
They were musical orphans, in a way, a band without a home. At least that’s what The Killers sounded like, until 2006 when they made a record as evocative of Las Vegas as the empty pockets of a homeward-bound tourist.
Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo boarded a plane for Charlotte, North Carolina last week for a law enforcement leadership seminar planned months ago, but in the hours after he landed, the city ignited in protests, rioting and tear gas after the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, 43.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. this month announced $320,000 in grants to help the homeless in the Las Vegas area.
Home prices are rising faster nationally than in Las Vegas, but wages have inched higher locally and outpaced a slight U.S. dip.
Boyd Gaming has completed the $380 million acquisition of the Aliante Casino, Hotel and Spa in North Las Vegas and has begun selling rooms on the company’s website.
Henderson resident Sam Schmidt regained control of his passion with a powerful puff that left spectators in the dust Wednesday.
After only a year of service, Ann Wilkinson will resign Friday as chairwoman of the Nevada Transportation Authority, the agency that regulates ride-sharing companies, taxicabs and limos across the state.
Progress can be defined countless ways, and this includes how many reacted across social media to the Rebels falling as a two-touchdown favorite at home to a team destined for the Football Championship Subdivision level.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a suspect and two persons of interest in connection with a shooting that occurred Sunday in the west valley.
The Nevada Department of Transportation has received another $20 million in federal highway funds to help pay for several projects statewide, including the $1 billion widening of the Spaghetti Bowl interchange in downtown Las Vegas known as Project Neon.
A woman was killed Saturday in a Pahrump crash that authorities are blaming on impaired driving, the Nevada Highway Patrol announced Wednesday.
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