One man is dead and another is facing a DUI charge after a single-car rollover north of Moapa early Saturday morning, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Nevada’s Court of Appeals announced Wednesday that it has signed their first 42 court orders, filed with the Supreme Court Clerk of the Court.
To Uber, the ride-sharing transportation network company, and its legion of fans, it’s an easy fix.
Bishop Gorman linebacker Nela Otukolo committed to play football at UNLV, choosing the Rebels over Boise State and Fresno State.
A picture and audio clip posted online Saturday purport to show that one of two Japanese hostages held by ISIS has been killed after a deadline for ransom passed. It also appears to relay the group’s new demand for the other’s freedom: a prisoner exchange.
Las Vegas police on Saturday evening announced that they found a woman who might have been under emotional distress and went missing in the south valley hours before.
Findlay Prep center Horace Spencer lost sight of his man on the final play Saturday at South Point Arena, and it nearly cost the Pilots the game. But the 6-foot-8-inch center came up with a blocked shot to save a 50-49 victory over Bishop Gorman.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with ethnic restaurants this week.
Bomb threats against two U.S. airline flights on Saturday prompted North American air defense fighter planes to scramble to accompany them to their destination in Atlanta, an airport spokesman said.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson will take over as chief executive of the company’s Macau subsidiary.
About 30 River Rats huddled at a Las Vegas resort last week to reflect on what their minds can’t erase nearly 40 years after the end of the Vietnam War.
A man in his late 70s was hospitalized with serious injuries after a hit-and-run crash in the southeast valley early Saturday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
The development of intimate and kinky emerging technology products has spurred growth of the Adult Entertainment Expo, which is wrapping up a four-day run Saturday at the Hard Rock Hotel.
The National Football League is investigating why balls used by the Patriots against the Colts were under inflated.
About 10 birds have died, and another four were injured, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
Police said late Friday morning that the death was being investigated as a suicide.
You’re wondering, doesn’t this happen all the time? Yes and no.
There’s a problem with the way AT&T sends out customer alerts via text message: They’re too easy to mimic.
If you’re flying on a Boeing 777 Cathay Pacific flight from Hong Kong to Los Angeles on any given day, there’s a one in 4,068,434 chance that your plane will crash. At least that’s what a new app called “Am I Going Down?” says.
While the ban was in effect, Las Vegas restaurants saw quite a few visitors from the Golden State who were hungering for the delicacy, which is the enlarged liver of ducks or geese. But restaurateurs don’t expect a huge drop in sales now that a federal judge lifted the ban.
You should do yourself a favor and check out three amazing YouTube videos picking up steam this week.
The child’s father said the ferrets escaped while he was in an upstairs room taking a nap and that the mother was in an upstairs bathroom when she heard the child screaming.
Don’t be afraid. Another diverging diamond interchange — an innovation whose time has come — is opening on U.S. Highway 95 Henderson.
One in five Americans has hidden a purchase of $500 or more from their significant other, according to a new study from CreditCards.com. And an estimated 7.2 million Americans have a bank account or credit card that their spouse doesn’t know about.
Water often damages metals, causing rust, wear and decay. Thanks to an innovative laser process, however, metal is getting its revenge.
The average Nevada smoker spends more than $1.3 million in their lifetime, including the cumulative economic toll of a pack per day over several decades, health care expenditures, income losses and other costs, according to the personal-finance website WalletHub.
Manilow has been the butt of comedians’ jokes for four decades. But a landmark scientific experiment proves people can’t even recognize Manilow’s giant face on a T-shirt.
From the news coming out of Washoe County, you’d almost think there’s a glaucoma epidemic erupting at Lake Tahoe’s Incline Village. Not one, but three licenses for medical marijuana dispensaries have been issued to companies with plans to open pot shops at Incline and nearby Crystal Bay.
Las Vegas Councilman Bob Beers spent two weeks collecting an estimated 8,300 signatures for an initiative to put a stadium funding question on the June 2 municipal election ballot, some 50 more than needed. The official count of those signatures won’t be completed until sometime next week.
With no starters returning this season, Stew Morrill was putting a mystery team on the floor at Utah State. But he has been coaching basketball for a long time, and he has experience in solving mysteries.
A Metro detective was arrested Friday in connection with the the battery of a woman after an argument over a prostitution fee.
A record number of firearms was found at U.S. airport security checkpoints in 2014, and more than four out of five guns were loaded, the Transportation Security Administration said on Friday.
The Baltimore Ravens on Friday said they will release Terrence Cody, a veteran nose tackle who is under investigation for animal cruelty.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt said Friday that his office has appealed a federal judge’s decision that could result in the release of a death row inmate convicted of killing an FBI agent.
Las Vegas police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man connected to the January robberies of two stores.
Las Vegas has long been considered hazardous for pedestrians and 2015 has done little to change that perception.
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