One intruder was killed, the other remains in critical condition after they were shot by a 23-year-old resident armed with a pistol and an AK-47-style rifle.
A 17-year-old girl is in critical condition after being shot at a house party Tuesday night in the central valley, Las Vegas police said.
In the short time since he launched his presidential campaign Donald Trump has put on a display of dramatics worthy of a reality show.
Starz has released the first image of Bruce Campbell’s chainsaw-handed zombie slayer in the new TV series “Ash vs. Evil Dead.”
A New York woman was arrested after police say she tied her young son to a bush.
When he’s not making spectacular one-handed catches for the New York Giants, Odell Beckham Jr. can bend a soccer ball like David Beckham, kick field goals, dunk basketballs and crush baseballs over the fence from both sides of the plate.
A former Clark County School District official who admitted to stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the district will spend four to 10 years in prison and must pay back about $280,000.
The body of a 17-year-old boy who was last seen swimming Tuesday afternoon in Lake Mohave was recovered by rescue divers Wednesday morning, according to the National Park Service.
Las Vegas police arrested a fifth person Tuesday in connection with what they said was a gang-related shooting that left a 24-year-old man dead in May, Clark County Detention Center logs show.
The suit claims Haymon and his partners in Premier Boxing Champions are trying to monopolize boxing. Top Rank attorney Daniel Petrocelli says, “They are violating federal law, defying state regulators and absorbing significant short-term losses to drive legitimate operators out of business.”
The U.S. and Cuba formally agreed on Wednesday to restore diplomatic relations on July 20, setting up a trip to Havana by John Kerry, who would be the first U.S. secretary of state to visit the country in 70 years.
A car ended up in a hole Wednesday afternoon in the 1100 block of Bonanza Road after the driver reportedly drove on the wrong side of the cones in a construction area.
Katy Perry’s music has won her millions of fans around the world. But the pop megastar’s charms have yet to sway one key group: A handful of Catholic nuns in Los Angeles.
Lake Mead Boulevard was closed at Clifford Street in the northeast Las Vegas Valley for just over two hours Wednesday after a crash between a sport utility vehicle and a tractor-trailer, police said.
Reruns of “The Dukes of Hazzard” have been quietly pulled from TV Land’s daytime schedule at a moment of heightened sensitivity to Confederate flag imagery.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has ordered the city of North Las Vegas to take immediate steps to fix violations of the federal Clean Water Act.
An East Tennessee hardware store owner posted what is being called a controversial sign in response to the Supreme Court’s historic ruling on same-sex marriage last week.
At stake is far more than money. The Greek problem cuts to the heart of Europe’s future.
The oldest of the pedestrian bridges that crisscross the Las Vegas Strip will be overhauled in a $26 million upgrade that will be paid for by the people who use them most — Las Vegas tourists.
A man’s body was found in the Arts District of downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday, police said. No foul play is suspected.
Mark Frissora took over as CEO of Caesars Wednesday, replacing Gary Loveman, who remains as the company’s chairman.
David Sweat and Richard Matt didn’t just pull off a brazen and elaborate prison escape — they actually did it twice.
This fall, MasterCard will start experimenting with a new program: approving online purchases with a facial scan.
Macy’s is the latest company to cut ties with Donald Trump following his controversial comments about Mexican immigrants, CNN reports.
Federal investigators suspect lightning may have caused the fire at Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church in Greeleyville, South Carolina, senior officials in the FBI said Wednesday morning.
If you are lucky enough to find yourself on a tour of the White House, you can now take a selfie inside of the president’s home, following the White House announcement Wednesday that it was ending its 40-year ban on photos and cameras.
A 75-year-old Texas woman who crashed her car into a rural ravine and fractured her spine survived for two days by drinking three cans of soda and water she collected with a rag, police said on Tuesday.
A 55-year-old prisoner’s death is being investigated as a suicide, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections. Quentin Hendricks died at Humbolt General Hospital in Winnemucca on Monday.
The Americans should win and be crowned World Cup champions Sunday for a third time. We should always win, at least until the rest of the world takes women’s soccer seriously. Which it probably never will. We care about it more, invest in it more, nurture it more.
Many elected state higher education leaders say they want more information about Chancellor Dan Klaich’s efforts to quash a report critical of his agency, and some question his leadership.
For those who don’t fully appreciate the importance of open government in protecting the public and holding institutions accountable — or why this newspaper advocates for transparency so frequently — we present disgusting, disturbing allegations against Dr. Binh “Ben” Minh Chung.
Controversial Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy just wanted to shake hands with Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul at a campaign event in Mesquite on Monday, but also was invited to a private meeting with the U.S. senator from Kentucky.
Not even Monday’s short stint of rain could cool down Las Vegas, and it looks like the clouds are here to stay.
One person is dead after a shooting in the northeast Las Vegas valley Tuesday morning, according to police.
A Georgia law firm says the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas owes it $3.4 million — money a partner improperly transferred from the firm’s accounts in 2012 for gambling there. The firm, Morris Schneider Wittstadt, recently made the allegation in a federal lawsuit filed in Las Vegas.
The NHL denied a New York Post report Tuesday that the league is arranging the sale of the Arizona Coyotes to billionaire William Foley, who would move the team to Las Vegas.
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