Two people were shot dead at an apartment complex in the west valley Tuesday night, and two others were hospitalized with gunshot wounds, Las Vegas police said.
There’s more palace intrigue involving Elaine Wynn’s removal from the board of directors of Wynn Resorts Ltd. Her brother, Michael Pascal, a longtime executive host for Steve Wynn’s properties, no longer works for the company.
Clark County is considering shutting down Lion Habitat Ranch, citing zoning violations and safety concerns. It says the only exotic animals that should be on the property are lions.
Four of the country’s largest exhibitors separately told Variety they do not plan to show the drama about child soldiers in Africa.
Even though the National Hockey League Board of Governors has not yet approved a team for Las Vegas, the Foley-led Hockey Vision Las Vegas has agreed to pay $1 per ticket sold in its first year to Opportunity Village, a Las Vegas not-for-profit that helps people with intellectual disabilities.
According to multiple media reports, Buffalo is set to acquire running back LeSean McCoy from the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso.
One person is dead after a fatal car crash at the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Hinson Street. At 7:17 p.m., police responded to a call about the crash, police spokesman Lt. Bruce Miyama said. The person was pronounced dead at the scene.
Sometimes, seniors are celebrated for helping a team pile up wins and championships. Jelan Kendrick and Cody Doolin, starting guards for a mediocre UNLV team, will be honored Wednesday night for career achievements that go beyond basketball.
Tipping was once so hated in America that six U.S. states officially outlawed it in the early 20th century. And, yet, tipping in America has survived. And thrived.
“Star Wars Rebels” takes place between episodes III and IV of the blockbuster space saga, and follows the ragtag crew of the starship Ghost as they attempt to evade the growing Empire and its agents.
Illusionist David Copperfield has agreed to a half-million dollar settlement in a class action lawsuit filed by people who said they were not paid overtime for work on his magic show at the MGM Grand.
Maybe February was rock bottom in Macau, where casinos suffered a 49 percent decline in gaming revenue during February — the market’s single-worst monthly decline on record.
New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford and former National Football League receiver Sidney Rice announced on Tuesday that they will donate their brains to medical research after their death.
Las Vegas police shut down traffic on Boulder Highway between U.S. Highway 95 and Lamb Boulevard Tuesday afternoon in connection with a stabbing that occurred early in the day.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech urging Congress to take a firmer hand on Iran than what is being pursued by President Barack Obama was applauded by Nevada Republicans but was greeted with frustration by Democrats.
March Madness is almost here, and the Fremont Street Experience will celebrate with an interactive basketball attraction, shows and the world’s largest NCAA bracket.
The FCC’s approval of net neutrality is a big step toward a more open and equal internet. Here is what the new ISP designation could mean for you and your money.
Michael Jordan is one of the 290 newly-minted billionaires on Forbes’ annual list of the world’s richest people.
If you’re truckin’ to see the Grateful Dead this summer, bring your checkbook.
Tuesday morning showers brought about a tenth of an inch of rain and some hail to the valley, leaving a colder-than-average chill as temperatures dipped into the low 40s, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Stachelski.
The man killed by a Metro sniper on Feb. 25 fired 23 rounds from an assault rifle during the two hour standoff, Las Vegas police said during a press conference Tuesday.
The operating unit of casino company Caesars Entertainment Corp. detailed its plan to cut $10 billion of debt and to exit Chapter 11 in a late Monday filing with a U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Surveillance footage, police and homeless community activists paint wildly different pictures of the man, Africa, who was shot and killed by Los Angeles police Sunday after he scuffled with officers. — one who could be violent, benevolent, troubled and altruistic.
A controversial bill that would extend a bond rollover program to address pressing Nevada school construction needs rose from the dead Tuesday in an Assembly committee but not without rancor among Republicans.
Police in Nye County are asking for the public’s help in locating a man they say helped rob an elderly Pahrump couple and their disabled daughter early Saturday morning.
Republican Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson earned praise and pledges of bipartisan cooperation Monday for his bill that would tighten Nevada’s employment discrimination laws and provide remedies to promote equal pay for equal work.
This year’s highly publicized measles outbreaks are no longer front page news, but they could have a lasting public health legacy. Lawmakers in 10 states are promoting legislation that would make vaccination exemptions harder to obtain.
A New York man says his smartphone blew up in his pocket and that he wound up in a hospital.
A Senate resolution that asks Congress to convey more than 7 million acres of federal land to state control generated a large volume of testimony on both sides of the issue at a Monday hearing, but the issue appeared to be as polarizing as ever.
Senate Minority Leader Aaron Ford delivered some encouraging news to university and college students visiting the Legislature Monday: He will soon introduce a bill that would establish a new state-run program to refinance their student loans to reduce their payments.
A Justice Department civil rights investigation has concluded that the Ferguson Police Department and the city’s municipal court engaged in a “pattern and practice” of discrimination against African Americans, targeting them disproportionately for traffic stops, use of force, and jail sentences.
Volcano Villarrica in southern Chile erupted in the early hours of Tuesday, sending a plume of ash and lava high into the sky, and forcing the evacuation of nearby communities.
The families of three victims slain during a southern California rampage last year that left dead six college students and the killer are suing the county, the sheriff’s department and the apartment building where the victims were killed.
A 62-year-old train engineer who was hospitalized after a train crash and derailment last week in Southern California has died, the first fatality from the incident that left about 50 people injured, police said on Tuesday.
Former CIA director and U.S. Army General David Petraeus has pleaded guilty in federal court to a charge of unauthorized removal and retention of classified information in a case arising from his affair with a female Army Reserve officer, the U.S. Justice Department said on Tuesday.
A teacher was found hanged to death in a Southern California high school classroom when students arrived on Monday, police and fire officials said, in what was being investigated as an apparent suicide.
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