Lawyers for Javier Righetti say he suffers from an intellectual disability and should not face the death penalty for the rape and killing of a 15-year-old Arbor View High School freshman.
Lawyers for Kirstin Lobato, a woman serving a lengthy prison sentence for a killing she claims she did not commit, have asked for an analysis from the Clark County District Attorney’s Office newly formed conviction review unit.
Henderson police have arrested one more suspect in connection with multiple residential burglaries. The police department now has four men and two women in custody.
During a physical altercation between rapper Sean Kingston and music group Migos outside of the convention center about 4:15 p.m., the Florida man allegedly fired at least one shot in the area.
A Senate committee approved on Wednesday a resolution ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment — decades after a deadline imposed by Congress has passed.
After multiple delays, a trial is set to begin next week for ex-MMA fighter War Machine, who is accused of beating and sexually assaulting his girlfriend in 2014.
Congressional Republicans responsible for legislation to build a wall along portions of the 2,000-mile, U.S.-Mexico border toured parts of Texas this week to discuss the logistics of erecting barriers with federal and local officials.
MGM Resorts International by the end of the year will introduce a new program to identify and help compulsive gamblers in the company’s U.S. casinos.
A team of five current and former UNLV students won the $10,000 grand prize at the Smart Cities Hackathon competition during the Consumer Electronics Show last month — and provided the city of Las Vegas a more efficient way of identifying faulty streetlights.
For few hours Tuesday, Lyon County in northwest Nevada found itself at the center of a national media frenzy, thanks to wet weather, current events and an alert about a failing dam that doesn’t exist.
Fans of all things girlish and cute: The Hello Kitty Cafe Truck is returning to Las Vegas.
Golden Knights owner Bill Foley said because of the large amount of paperwork that must be completed, it’s unlikely the finalized transaction can be made with the NHL before the March 1 trade deadline.
Nevada is among nine states affected by a recall on Fratelli Beretta USA Inc.’s mortadella product.
The UNLV men’s basketball team will wrap up its two-game road trip Wednesday facing Mountain West opponent the Air Force Falcons in Colorado.
Las Vegas police are responding to Red Rock Canyon on Wednesday for reports of an injured hiker.
A bill to prohibit sexual orientation conversion therapy on youth was introduced Wednesday in the Nevada Senate.
Opening Day isn’t until April 2, but that didn’t stop bettors from firing away at the Major League Baseball regular-season win totals posted Tuesday at the Westgate sports book.
Three teenagers appeared in Las Vegas Justice Court on Wednesday to face murder charges more than two years after a 41-year-old woman was killed.
The Apollo 11 command module is going on a road trip, leaving the Smithsonian for the first time in more than four decades.
More than 200 placard-waving protesters lined the sidewalk in front of a casino here Wednesday to protest a visit by U.S. Sen. Dean Heller at a chamber of commerce luncheon.
A government official says the Trump administration will revoke guidelines that say transgender students should be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity.
With dirt roads sprouting weeds, hundreds of vacant lots and paved streets that abruptly end, the Burson Ranch subdivision, it’s fair to say, didn’t turn out as planned.
Two teenage boys charged with shooting a 14-year-old girl in the back of the head and leaving her wounded in a ditch lured her to the spot in a small Utah town with a plan to rob and kill her, prosecutors said.
The Henderson City Council unanimously approved a $10.6 million contract Tuesday with Las Vegas Paving Corp. for roadway rehabilitation and street elements in the downtown business district.
The Nevada Legislature has joined the attorney general’s office in claiming that the Clark County School District violated open meeting law when it sued the state over provisions in the reorganization effort.
The last people remaining at a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp prayed and set fire to a handful of wooden structures on Wednesday, hours ahead of a deadline to close the camp.
Magic Johnson has said all the right things about what he needs to learn, at least enough to make you think he has a better chance as a former player to resemble Larry Bird as an NBA executive than Isiah Thomas.
Don’t mess with a full house. True in poker, certainly, and also in the world of music festivals. The Route 91 Harvest Festival has reinforced that adage by staying put at Las Vegas Village.
One man died after a shooting late Tuesday night at a northwest valley apartment complex.
The Nevada Highway Patrol reported more than two dozen crashes on Interstate 80 and highways in and around Reno early Wednesday.
Video released Tuesday shows a plane piloted by Harrison Ford suddenly and mistakenly flying low over an airliner with 110 people aboard at a Southern California airport.
The Nevada Policy Research Institute accused state Sen. Heidi Gansert of violating Nevada’s separation of powers clause in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Noticeably cooler temperatures are expected in the Las Vegas Valley this week and another storm moves in this weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
“It’s just been a rough year,” Principal Travis Warnick told the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Tuesday. “Thankfully we’re a pretty tightknit family, and we’ve leaned on each other to get through.”
Should the Rebels win Wednesday’s game at Air Force, they would put themselves in position to possibly escape being the 11th seed at the Mountain West tournament.
A woman has surrendered to police in connection with the shooting death of a man in the west valley last week.
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