While hundreds of mourners arrived Friday for the funeral of Robert LaVoy Finicum, his daughter stood outside the Mormon church in the town where he was born and said her dad "died for liberty."
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie may have expressed skepticism about the importance of fantasy football in an applause line at a Republican debate in October, but the fact is, it's serious business for those in the business of gambling regulation.
This year's Super Bowl is a milestone for the big game — it's number 50 — and believe it or not, there are people out there who have been to every single one of the big games.
Donald Trump said that he will participate in the next Fox News debate on March 3, with Megyn Kelly joining Bret Baier and Chris Wallace as moderators.
The Texas teenager who was derided for an "affluenza" defense for killing four people while driving drunk has been transferred to an adult jail on Friday from the juvenile center where he has been held, online jail records showed.
National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell spoke with media on Friday during his annual state of the league address. Las Vegas was left out of the 45-minute presser.
All of Rutherford County's patrol cars in North Carolina got a little makeover this week that sheriff Chris Francis said makes a big difference.
Louisville has self-imposed a postseason ban on its men's basketball team for this season, the school announced Friday.
The Nevada Education Department, hoping to put a dent in the hundreds of classroom vacancies across the state, plans to issue temporary licenses to out-of-state teachers who until recently needed to complete a set of requirements before stepping foot on a campus.
When the trailer for "Suicide Squad," the film adaptation of a popular DC Comics series, hit the Internet last week, comics fans — as they're wont to do — began debating whether the upcoming film will be the next big big-screen thing or just another in an embarrassing succession of comics-inspired films gone wrong.
Proposition bets on the Super Bowl, similar to the game itself, generate a lot of hype. It's always entertaining to talk about props involving players in other sports, such as NBA stars Stephen Curry and LeBron James.
The agent for Johnny Manziel has parted ways with the embattled Cleveland Browns quarterback in the wake of the latest incident when he allegedly hit his former girlfriend at a Dallas hotel last Saturday.
Stumping for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Tinder is getting some women banned from the online dating app after sending campaign messages to prospective matches.
Operation Freedom's Sentinel will get a boost from the Nevada Army National Guard as soldiers from the 422nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion will mobilize.
A man shot to death near downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday has been identified as John M. Vounas.
A Florida man convicted of second-degree murder after killing his wife and posting a photo of her blood-spattered body on Facebook was sentenced to life in prison on Friday.
A massive construction crane collapsed in downtown Manhattan during the busy morning rush on Friday, killing at least one person and crushing a line of parked cars, officials said.
"Orange Is the New Black" has nabbed a whopping three-season renewal from Netflix.
If you like getting gift cards, you might be surprised at how many retailers love giving them out as incentives.
Rene Angelil loved the iconic theme music for "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly," the spaghetti Western starring Clint Eastwood. Which is why it was the opening music for his celebration of life tribute Wednesday at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
Temperatures will continue to rise this weekend bringing favorable weather for the Super Bowl, and the nice weather will stick around through early next week.
It was nearly three-quarters of a century ago, but Rosie Maruki Kakuuchi clearly remembers the fear that stemmed from the simple fact that she was a Japanese-American.
New vaccines for meningococcal type B and HPV and are among the updates to the immunization schedule published for children and adults.
First things first: You know a Coldplay song. You probably know more than one. You just might not realize it. But when the British rock band that has sold more than 87 million albums worldwide takes the field at Levi's Stadium on Sunday to perform, you will recognize the sound and lyrics.
A man was detained at McCarran International Airport after boarding a plane bound for Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday when $200,000 worth of heroin and cocaine were found in his checked bag, officials said Thursday.
Nevada brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy and 14 others have been indicted by a federal grand jury in the armed takeover of a federal wildlife refuge in eastern Oregon.
A man in a wheelchair died after a sedan crashed into a bus stop and hit him hard enough to knock his shoes off Thursday afternoon.
Visitors to areas affected by Zika virus are being asked to hold onto their blood, for now.
Often called "America's best idea," the creation of the world's first national park at Yellowstone wasn't intended to be a radical new idea by a young nation.
Pentagon planners are giving Nellis and Creech Air Force bases a big boost in the president's budget request that should keep them flying high for the next five years to train fighter pilots and test the nation's latest high-tech aircraft.
Thursday's temperatures were about 10 degrees below normal, but the weekend's warming trend will restore normal temperatures to the Las Vegas Valley.
Democrat Hillary Clinton went on the attack against rival Bernie Sanders on Thursday in their most contentious presidential debate yet, questioning whether his ambitious proposals were viable and saying it was unfair to question her liberal credentials.
Love has returned to downtown. Nova May, the artist who created the Love Locket at the Downtown Container Park, was on hand Thursday as people lined up to donate $10 to add locks to the sculpture. The event benefited the American Heart Association.
This motion was filed Monday in Clark County District Court by attorneys representing Steven C. Jacobs, a party in a wrongful termination lawsuit against the Las Vegas Sands Corp., Sands China Ltd. and Sheldon G. Adelson.
Local cable viewers can get back to picking out party snacks and beer ahead of Super Bowl 50, set to air Sunday on CBS.
A man taken to the hospital in "extremely critical condition" after being shot in the head in the west Las Vegas Valley early Thursday morning has died.
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