The Clark County coroner’s office on Sunday identified the two hikers who died at Red Rock Canyon Saturday evening.
Panicked zoo visitors watched helplessly and shouted, “Stay calm!” while one woman yelled, “Mommy loves you!” as a 400-pound-plus gorilla loomed over a 4-year-old boy who had fallen into a shallow moat at the Cincinnati Zoo.
After going through details of MGM Resorts International’s $90 million parking strategy, which starts to take effect next week, readers responded immediately — with more questions.
Before Memorial Day last year, Janna Hoehn of Maui needed to find the last 19 of Nevada’s 149 fallen Vietnam War service members to help the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund complete its “Faces Never Forgotten” project.
The Libertarian Party again nominated former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson as its presidential candidate Sunday, believing he can challenge presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton because of their poor showing in popularity polls.
In solemn ceremonies Sunday in the forests of eastern France, French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel marked 100 years since the Battle of Verdun, determined to show that, despite the bloodbath of World War I, their countries’ improbable friendship is now a source of hope for today’s fractured Europe.
Authorities in central Texas found two more bodies along flooded streams Sunday, bringing the death toll from flooding in the state to six.
The National Order of Trench Rats local Dugout 421, a Disabled American Veterans’ auxiliary, led the charge Saturday for its 26th annual placement of flags, 26,800 in all, at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
The steel Nazi helmet with a pair of swastikas on its rust-pitted sides reminds Vince Shank of the 22 months he spent in prisoner-of-war camps.
The Nye County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a man suspected of trying to kidnap a woman Friday night in Pahrump.
The 96-year-old retired chest surgeon credited with developing the namesake Heimlich maneuver has used it to save a woman choking on food at his senior living center.
Metro’s search and rescue recovered the bodies near the Pine Creek Trail, Bell said.
Their prototype finally blew u p on live TV Saturday afternoo n, and the folks at Bigelow Ae rospace couldn’t be happier ab out it.
Set amid the stunning scenery of Utah’s color country, historic Kanab is a portal to the past and a hub for recreational attractions in Southern Utah and Northern Arizona.
Flags at the Regional Justice Center in downtown Las Vegas flew at half-staff last week, days after the expiration of an executive order that required them to be lowered. A local attorney wants someone to “take ownership of the issue and guarantee that the flag is properly displayed.”
Former UNLV basketball player Bryce Dejean-Jones was killed early Saturday after he broke into a Dallas apartment he believed belonged to his child’s mother and instead startled a man who shot him in apparent self-defense, The Dallas Morning News and ESPN reported.
The statewide effort to overhaul Nevada’s beleaguered education system has drawn a flood of candidates to nearly a dozen open political seats in Clark County.
Las Vegas is heading into the hottest week of the year so far, according to the National Weather Service.
A man was critically injured Saturday night when he was hit by a vehicle near the airport, police said.
Thrill seekers swarmed to Sam Boyd Stadium on Saturday to participate in the Badass Dash.
The crash occurred in the southbound lanes of I-15 near mile marker 12.
Klay Thompson made a playoff-record 11 3-pointers and scored 41 points, and the defending champion Golden State Warriors forced a seventh game in the Western Conference finals with a 108-101 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday night.
Colorfully costumed dancers from Native American tribes around the U.S. and Canada participated in the opening ceremony of the 27th annual Snow Mountain Pow Wow on Saturday.
The first day of early voting before the June 14 primary election went smoothly, Clark County spokesman Dan Kulin said.
As the National Park Service kicks off a centennial summer expected to draw record crowds, the agency is seriously considering caps on how many people pass through some of the country’s most iconic landscapes and historical sites each day.
Nevada spoke out about a plan to fund the project in the Fiscal 2017 Energy-Water Appropriations bill, H.R. 5055.
A crash Saturday morning in the downtown area left one dead, according to Las Vegas police.
Tropical Storm Bonnie formed Saturday afternoon off the coast of South Carolina as heavy rains from the system ruined the start of the long holiday weekend.
A man was injured after a shooting outside of the Fashion Show mall Saturday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
Air show pilots performed an aerial salute Saturday to their comrade who died after his World War II-era plane crashed in the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey a day earlier.
Say goodbye to the rain and those below-normal temperatures. Saturday will see mostly sunny skies, some heat and wind gusts up to 20 mph. And it’s only going to get warmer the rest of the weekend.
Casinos in Macau face a growing volume of bad debt provisions, further hitting earnings in the world’s largest gambling hub at a time when high-roller VIP gamblers are retreating.
The Nevada Health CO-OP went into receivership last fall, but the insurer created by the Affordable Care Act has still managed to fatten its bottom line.
As this Memorial Day approached, Las Vegas businessman Christoper McMahon received a letter about the Korean War from his 88-year-old father, retired Army Col. Richard McMahon, who earned the Silver Star for valor during the bloody 1950s conflict that then-President Harry Truman referred to as a “police action.”
Close to 1 million flights transported over 895 million passengers into and out of U.S. airports in 2015. Most travelers who pass through the nation’s airports harbor certain ideas about airports and flying — some of which are true, and some are false.
The mountain is speckled with corpses. Nearly 300 people have died on Mount Everest in the century or so since climbers have been trying to reach its summit. At least 100 of them are still on the mountain, perhaps 200.
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