The three people killed Tuesday in a shooting at a west Las Vegas Valley apartment complex have been identified.
Las Vegas police need the public’s help identifying two attackers after two men were stabbed outside a restaurant in Chinatown.
Amid an intense legal battle to get criminal charges dismissed, the son of wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua has agreed to plead guilty in what prosecutors say was an illegal international betting scheme.
Mus tof the intersection of Boulder Highway and Russell Road has reopened after 10 hours following a crash that killed two women early Thursday.
New York’s LaGuardia Airport has reopened after the closure that followed a Delta Airlines mishap, an official said.
Hiram Jimenez of Westhampton, New Jersey, tried to sue Applebee’s after he burned himself on a sizzling skillet of fajitas while he was trying to pray.
A school bus, a truck and an automobile collided on a rural highway in Washington state on Thursday, killing the woman who was driving the car and sending 46 others, most of them children, to area hospitals, state troopers said.
More than 3,000 NV Energy customers got their power back Thursday after an outage in downtown Las Vegas and adjacent areas.
A student at East Haven High School in Connecticut stole the show during a recent basketball game, but it isn’t because he scored the most points. It is actually because the freshman students made the biggest difference.
No criminal charges will be filed against suspended NASCAR driver Kurt Busch in a domestic abuse case involving his former girlfriend, prosecutors in Delaware said on Thursday.
North Korea’s official KCNA news agency called Thursday’s knife attack on the U.S. ambassador to South Korea “deserved punishment” for U.S. military exercises with South Korea, calling the assault “the knife of justice.”
A growing controversy over Democrat Hillary Clinton’s use of personal email for work while she was secretary of state could drag on for months, threatening to cloud the expected launch of her 2016 presidential campaign.
A jury in Arizona failed to reach a verdict on Thursday in the sentencing retrial of Jodi Arias, sparing the former waitress from the death penalty for murdering her ex-boyfriend in 2008.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will eliminate its elephant acts by 2018 amid ongoing criticism by animal welfare activists, the circus’ parent company said on Thursday.
A Las Vegas couple asked the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Wednesday to approve a bill that would allow them to carry their loaded weapons and still serve as foster parents.
Nevada is going through a growth spurt and Clark County is leading the way. And the trend is probably going to continue at least for the next 18 years based on projections by Nevada Demographer Jeff Hardcastle.
A shot to the nose knocked out freshman guard Patrick McCaw, one of UNLV’s most valuable players, early in the second half. What could have turned into a lopsided fight at that point still went the distance.
She knew something awful had happened. It was smoky and all she could hear were muffled screams. Her foot was turned sideways and her legs wouldn’t work right. And her good friend, Krystle Campbell, was just lying there on the ground.
Democrat Hillary Clinton on Wednesday broke her silence over a budding controversy involving her emails when she was secretary of state, saying she wanted the U.S. State Department to release them swiftly.
SAFER technology has existed since 2002, and it’s now 2015, and the inside walls at most NASCAR tracks still don’t have steel and foam energy to reduce the impact of big hits.
Participants in the massive effort to pack Las Vegas home owner association boards say they took “loans” they didn’t have to repay but also feared key figures had organized crime ties.
If you see a private plane in the sky, there’s a pretty good chance it’s coming from — or heading to — New York City.
The Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance is investigating how twin 16-week-old fetuses ended up at a Henderson laundry in a shipment of linen from Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center, a state public health official said Wednesday.
Nevada’s governor says more money is needed for education and other proposed revenue sources are too limited or too complex to tackle this year.
Life expectancy can vary dramatically by neighborhood in the Las Vegas Valley with a disparity of as much as 16 years in the nine miles that separates the Strip from Henderson, according to researchers.
Luke Evans is in negotiations to play the villainous Gaston in Disney’s live-action retelling of “Beauty and the Beast,” which stars “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson as Belle and “Downton Abbey” alum Dan Stevens as the Beast.
A 78-year-old Mesquite man died Tuesday when his car fell into a lake after he sped through an intersection and crashed into a curb, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
A controversial bill that would extend a bond rollover program to address pressing school construction needs was signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Brian Sandoval after the bill won approval in the Assembly on a bipartisan vote.
Las Vegas Valley Water District customers will see their rates go up in each of the next three years to help pay for a new deep-water pumping station at Lake Mead.
A Texas man has been caught trying to smuggle a two-foot-long sword into a jail where he son was being held by hiding it in a cane adorned to look like the head of a snake, corrections officials said on Wednesday.
The political chess match surrounding Las Vegas’ apparently dead soccer stadium continues at City Hall, where Mayor Pro Tem Stavros Anthony on Wednesday pressed for a vote that would tie up millions of dollars in public funds once earmarked for the venue.
“American Crime” is a compelling, thought-provoking new ABC drama from John Ridley, the Oscar-winning writer of “12 Years a Slave.” And, really, when was the last time you had a thought provoked by a network drama?
Las Vegas police said a suicidal man is responsible for killing three people before shooting himself Tuesday night.
Four patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles were infected with a drug-resistant “superbug” bacteria during endoscopic procedures that may have exposed 64 others since last August, the hospital said on Wednesday.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt responded in writing to U.S. Rep. Dina Titus’ letter criticizing him for signing onto a lawsuit challenging President Barack Obama’s executive orders on immigration.
A northwest Arizona man facing murder charges repeatedly told his father he wanted to plead guilty in the fall asphyxiation death of his friend’s 8-year-old daughter, according to records obtained Wednesday.
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