A Marine accused of sexually abusing his girlfriend’s 1-year-old daughter and physically abusing her 4-year-old son at the Linq Hotel has been indicted, prosecutors said Thursday.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday ruled in a long-awaited dispute over homeowner association dues in super-priority lien cases, finding that Nevada law does not allow for the collection of costs and fees in addition to nine months of back-owed assessments.
In one of the beginning steps in what could be a long process, Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis vowed on Thursday to attempt to relocate his NFL franchise to Las Vegas if a stadium is constructed primarily for the team.
Almost three years after the Carpenter 1 fire burned through the Spring Mountains, the U.S. Forest Service is about to start work on two trails closed by the blaze. Repairs to the South Loop and Griffith Summit trails are slated to get underway this summer and wrap up in the fall.
A woman died late Wednesday night after she answered a knock at her door and was shot multiple times at an apartment complex in the central valley.
The Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday reversed a felony conviction of a man who led a sheriff’s deputy on a chase through the streets of Wells while driving an all-terrain vehicle.
Opponents to the long-awaited concussion settlement with the NFL are taking another crack at the legal system to block the deal.
U.S. Sen. Dean Heller on Thursday joined other key players on veterans issues to announce what is being billed as “groundbreaking” legislation for the Veterans Affairs Department.
Officials on Wednesday released the name of the man who died Monday morning after a crash involving an overturned tractor-trailer.
A federal appeals court in Chicago has set a May hearing for former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle’s appeal of his more than 15-year sentence in a child sex abuse and pornography case.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz said Thursday that former House Speaker John Boehner let his “inner Trump come out” when he called Cruz “Lucifer in the flesh” during a talk to students at Stanford University.
Three people connected to one of the San Bernardino shooters, Syed Rizwan Farook, have been arrested in a marriage fraud conspiracy, including his brother and sister-in-law, federal prosecutors said Thursday.
Chyna’s manager believes the former WWE superstar died of an accidental overdose of Ambien and Valium.
Westbound lanes of Charleston Boulevard near Shadow Lane have reopened after a two-car crash Tuesday morning, according to the Regional Transportation Commission.
A woman died Wednesday night after she answered a knock at her door and was shot multiple times at an apartment complex near the Boulevard Mall.
The Clark County Fire Department is investigating a fire in the east Las Vegas Valley that displaced six adults Thursday morning.
As the fast runners headed for the tape, Christian Jackson of Palo Verde High took a hard tumble. Steven Walker thought somebody should do something. He picked up his fallen rival and they crossed the line together.
McCarran International Airport had its best March passenger totals in eight years, and the total count cracked the 4 million barrier for the first time in four month.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board said Thursday that the state’s casinos won $951 million in March, a 3 percent decreaseover the same month in 2015.
A Georgia couple is suing Snapchat, claiming that the social media app’s “speed filter” tempted a woman to drive too fast and to cause a crash that injured the husband.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will not be attending any potential stadium rallies on the Strip, even if he recognizes Las Vegas as a valuable piece in a high-level chess match.
Those National Football League fans hoping to get a definitive resolution on whether the Oakland Raiders are Las Vegas-bound will likely be disappointed in the outcome of Thursday’s Southern Nevada Tourism Infrastructure Committee meeting.
Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo told reporters Wednesday morning that he’s committing every resource he can to address the “scourge of violent crime” in the Las Vegas Valley.
Authorities investigating the death of Prince found prescription opioid medication on him, according to various news outlets on Wednesday, the same day court records showed a judge appointed a bank to safeguard the music legend’s estate.
Gov. Brian Sandoval’s threat to pursue legal options to boost federal funding for managing wild horse populations drew mixed reaction from Nevada’s congressional delegation Wednesday.
A trooper was injured while investigating a crash on the U.S. Highway 95 on Wednesday evening, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
Ride-hailing company Uber, the largest transportation network company operating in Southern Nevada, cut its rates for the second time in four months Wednesday for its basic UberX service in a bid to build volume and market share.
TMZ rreported Tuesday that the details were in new documents filed by Britney Spears’ legal team in response to a deposition sought by former manager Sam Lutfi.
New allegations of wrongdoing have surfaced in the bizarre criminal investigation of a defense lawyer accused of helping a former client flee the country.
The new spokeswoman for North Las Vegas is Delen Goldberg, who most recently worked as executive editor of The Sunday weekly magazine and Vegas Inc.
A motorcycle crash Tuesday afternoon in Overton left two dead, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
In need of momentum after a five-state shutout, Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Wednesday tapped former technology executive Carly Fiorina to serve as his running mate.
If you missed last Saturday’s “Purple Rain” screening at the Palms, there’s no reason to go crazy. Here’s where to watch the film in theaters.
A Clark County judge on Wednesday denied a 53-year-old woman’s request to withdraw a guilty plea in the killing of a 10-year-old girl and slashing of a Bellagio blackjack dealer.
Los Angeles police said Wednesday they’re investigating whether a newly identified young woman found stabbed 150 times in 1969 is connected to the Manson family killings.
The Philippine president said Wednesday that Abu Sayyaf militants may have plotted to kill him and kidnap boxing star Manny Pacquiao, disclosing previously unknown details about an extremist group blamed for the beheading of a Canadian hostage.
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