An in-house investigation of the emergency landing of Allegiant Air Flight 426 in Fargo, N.D., last week has found that the flight crew operated within the bounds of all regulations and "our captain exercised sound judgment in the operation of his aircraft," the airline said Thursday.
Talking to Las Vegas police as a tape recorder rolled, 19-year-old Erich Nowsch first denied knowing anything about a mother of four being fatally shot outside her home in February.
The Clark County School District hopes to win favor in the court of public opinion with the unsealing of several farewell letters that a 13-year-old student wrote to her younger brother and peers before she killed herself two years ago.
NV Energy will pay a Southern Nevada Indian tribe $4.3 million to settle a 2013 lawsuit over pollution from the coal-burning Reid Gardner power plant 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Nearly 40 years after he obtained his green card, John Lennon has been honored in New York with a tapestry showing Manhattan as a yellow submarine and the late Beatle holding up a peace sign at the helm.
A Las Vegas man who pleaded guilty to forcing a woman into prostitution on the Las Vegas Strip was sentenced to a prison term of 3 to 10 years, the attorney general's office announced Thursday.
Former University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter in the July 19 shooting death of Samuel DuBose.
Henderson police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing Alabama man.
Public health officials are investigating a case of E. coli at the Lovelock Correctional Center, the Nevada Department of Corrections said Thursday.
What did Tom Cruise ever do to the "Mission: Impossible" movies? They've already hung him by his fingertips from the rock faces of Utah's Dead Horse Point and left him dangling high above the streets of Dubai outside the world's tallest building
Although no one is immune to financial scams, older adults tend to be more susceptible. Nearly 30 percent of fraud complaints filed with law enforcement in 2014 were lodged by adults ages 60 and older.
Las Vegas GOP Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman said Thursday she is a candidate for the state Senate District 6 seat in the 2016 election.
Unofficial food holidays are always giving people an excuse to go eat something they probably wouldn't have though about on that day — like cheesecake on Thursday. But you never need an excuse to eat cheesecake.
A motorist suffered serious injuries — but is expected to survive — in a crash on south 215 Beltway just before the Lake Mead Boulevard exit Thursday morning, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
A Florida community held out hope for two teens missing at sea since Friday, even as the Coast Guard began talking about when the search could end.
Congress finished work Thursday on a bill that will avert the latest fiscal crisis within the Department of Veterans Affairs and avoid a threatened shutdown of VA hospitals.
After seven years with the museum, Neon Museum executive director Danielle Kelly has resigned her post and will leave the museum at the end of September to relocate to New Mexico with her family.
A 16-year-old boy was critically wounded in an east valley stabbing early Thursday morning, Las Vegas police said.
The state treasurer's office will accept applications through Nov. 30 for early enrollment in Nevada's new education savings accounts.
Executive Director John Hill, who has led the agency that provides housing to low-income families since 2010, is under fire from several housing authority commissioners who claim he's violated multiple agency policies.
Abu Dhabi-based airline Etihad is being sued by a man who claimed that being seated in economy next to an overweight passenger during a flight from Dubai to Sydney left him with back injuries.
An agreement struck between Switch, NV Energy and state regulators that would keep the the data storage company as a customer of Nevada Power Co. was approved Thursday by the state Public Utilities Commission.
It's vacation season for much of the world, with travelers flocking to airports to jet off for some hard-earned R&R. Airports are also hubs for human trafficking.
A newborn baby found buried in a South Carolina backyard by his mother tested positive for methamphetamine and hydrocodone, the York County coroner said.
A new study suggests the answers you're stumped to remember while awake may be easier to recall after a night's sleep.
Adventure seekers beware: those clouds could bring flash floods to Mount Charleston.
As false rumors of a trade emerged, Mets infielder Wilmer Flores was seen crying in the field during the eighth inning of the Mets-San Diego Padres game at Citi Field.
Deputies in Laurens County, S.C., said a pregnant woman faces numerous charges after a 2-year-old boy was found unresponsive and badly bruised in a filthy home filled with dozens of dead and dying animals.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has not been able to contact the American dentist accused of killing a beloved lion in Zimbabwe, agency director Dan Ashe said on Thursday.
If anything unusual happens to you Friday, you'll be right to say it was "once in a blue moon."
Malaysia is "almost certain" that plane debris found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is from a Boeing 777, the deputy transport minister said on Thursday, heightening the possibility it could be wreckage from missing Flight MH370.
Metro is looking for a trio they said were involved in a carjacking robbery in April.
Nevada posted the second-biggest drop in homes with mortgages worth more than value in the second quarter, but the decline couldn't keep the state out of the top spot for such underwater homes.
TV director Jason "Jace" Alexander was arrested Wednesday in connection with the possession and file-sharing of child pornography.
The Las Vegas museum devoted to the exploits of Tommy gun-wielding mobsters will open a permanent display that explores the "rampant corruption" of global soccer's scandal-rocked governing body, which has drawn comparisons to organized crime.
Defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield may avoid permanent disbarment even though he pleaded guilty to charges related to forging court documents and destroying evidence.
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