A woman found dead after a west Las Vegas apartment fire in April had been strangled, the Clark County coroner's office said Thursday.
One person is wounded and another under arrest after Las Vegas police were called to a northwest valley shopping center to investigate a shooting.
The hype has been all about Jim Harbaugh making his debut as Michigan coach in today's college football season opener at Utah (5:30 p.m., FS1 (329). But Las Vegas wise guys don't believe the hype.
The Haggen supermarket chain claims Albertsons engaged in "coordinated and systematic efforts to eliminate competition" after inducing Haggen to purchase 146 stores in five states, including Nevada.
Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was given a second chance: She didn't have to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself; she merely had to agree not to interfere with five deputy clerks who had told the federal judge they'd issue them in her stead.
Migrants threw themselves onto railway lines and scuffled with helmeted riot police trying to take them to a reception center in Hungary on Thursday, forced from a train in desperate scenes symbolic of a European asylum system brought to breaking point.
A national labor union wants the Federal Trade Commission to investigate a proposed $4.75 billion gaming industry merger that the group claims is fraught with antitrust implications.
The metal gods (well, with the help of the fine folks at Live Nation) have smiled upon us, the good people of Las Vegas, with a generous, heartrending gift in the form of a show featuring Black Sabbath on the eve of Valentine's Day.
Investigators think alcohol played a role in an apparent drowning at Lake Havasu, Ariz., on Wednesday afternoon.
South Carolina will seek the death penalty against the man charged in the June massacre of nine people at a Charleston church, court documents showed on Thursday.
Las Vegas police have arrested a man in connection with his girlfriend's Wednesday night shooting death.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension was nullified by U.S. District Court Judge Richard M. Berman, clearing Brady to get back to football and his starting job with the defending Super Bowl champions.
A daring runaway chicken on the Bay Bridge toll plaza in Northern California left many in a foul mood Wednesday morning after being first spotted a little before 6 a.m.
The admitted ringleader of a group who dropped a rock from a Pennsylvania highway overpass, critically injuring an Ohio teacher, and another man face up to 20 years in prison at their sentencing on Thursday.
The man shot and killed in a 7-Eleven parking lot Monday has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office as Miguel Angel Gonzalez, of Las Vegas.
Firefighters responded to an apartment building fire Tuesday in Fresno, Calif., but a man who managed to save his ribs on the way out is stealing the spotlight.
The 20-year-old man who died after his motorcycle collided with a Jeep in the northwest valley Wednesday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office as David J. Maples, of Las Vegas.
At age 87 and in his 66th season of calling Dodgers baseball games, we're happy to report that Vin Scully still has plenty of life on his fastball.
One U.S. Marine was killed and 11 were injured when a helicopter made a hard landing during a training exercise at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina, the Marines said on Thursday.
A judge in northwest Arizona has accepted what he called a "ridiculously lenient" plea agreement for a Bullhead City, Arizona, man who squeezed to death his girlfriend's 15-month-old son last October.
North Las Vegas police are asking for the public's help in finding a man involved in two robberies in early August.
Sal Syed and Devyn Hensel operate the Instagram series "stormie_at_wdw," which premiered just over a month ago. It follows a toy "Star Wars" stormtrooper's escapades as he discovers the world of Disney for the first time.
Speaking to reporters Wednesday on a conference call to promote his September 12 bout with Andre Berto, Floyd Mayweather said people need to take him seriously when he says this will be his final fight.
A Nebraska man is facing felony charges of child abuse and false imprisonment after he duct-taped his girlfriend's children to chairs, KETV reported.
A second video shows a Texas man with "something in his hand" before he was fatally shot by deputies, Bexar County Sheriff Susan Pamerleau said Wednesday.
A man is dead after crashing his motorcycle into a car Wednesday night in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police said.
There will be blood in September — literally, according to the Internet postings of end-times believers.
If there's anything most Las Vegas sports fans can agree upon, it's that Sam Boyd Stadium and Cashman Field stink, and that hopefully there will be places to park at the new hockey arena.
Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta received some nice parting gifts from the Los Angeles Dodgers the day after throwing a no-hitter against them Sunday at Dodger Stadium.
The Las Vegas FBI office was involved in security detail of the 2010 Burning Man event, according to documents requested by a California-based writer.
Las Vegas playwright Ernest Hemmings' latest work explores the way in which the online world and social media can create the illusion of community to sometimes dangerous and tragic ends. The factual foundation of the play is the murder of Las Vegas police officers Igor Soldo and Alyn Beck on June 8, 2014.
While many fans are talking about the steamy chemistry between Taylor Swift and Scott Eastwood in her new music video, the singer is taking heat for an altogether different reason. Swift is accused of channeling colonialism in the video for her single "Wildest Dreams."
A 37-year-old man wanted in California on charges of lewdness with a child was arrested Wednesday in Las Vegas, the U.S. Marshals Service announced.
Southern Nevada probably hasn't seen the last of Tom Collins. The former Clark County commissioner said he plans to run for the mayor of North Las Vegas — but with a caveat.
When he took his final breath at 4 a.m. on June 13, Malachi Briggs was 7 years old and no longer able to fight the cancer that had ravaged his body. He was at home in Las Vegas, in hospice care, his tumors inoperable and his loving spirit preparing to pass to a peaceful place without pain and catheters.
After months of tinkering and weeks of contentious debate, Las Vegas council members on Wednesday agreed they weren't quite ready to adopt an ordinance that would restrict when and where buskers could perform underneath the Fremont canopy.
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