A deputy public defender found herself in handcuffs Monday as she tried to keep a client out of jail.
An abandoned house caught fire early Tuesday morning.
Experts at RECon — the annual gathering of the international shopping center industry — hit the streets of Las Vegas this week in search of big deals and new leases. But the city had another reason to be in the spotlight besides being the event’s host — it’s home to the Downtown Project.
Chloe Scordianos, the woman caught on video having sex in the High Roller on her 21st birthday, pleaded no contest Monday to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge.
The officer-involved shooting happened about 5:45 a.m. Thursday, after police were called to the 2140 Las Vegas Blvd. North casino for reports of the guard savagely beating and “possibly killing” another employee.
Tony Gwynn’s widow and two children filed a lawsuit Monday seeking to hold the tobacco industry accountable for the Hall of Famer’s death.
Last week’s story about the increasing economic segregation of minority students in American public schools made me think about a school I attended, about a teacher I had.
Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske announced Monday that a Las Vegas-based resident agent connected to the Panama Papers data leak has resigned.
A fire Monday afternoon in the central valley leaves one displaced, according to a media release from the Clark County Fire Department.
Rikki Cheese, who’s famous among people who watch local TV news, remains the subject of intense social media debate, as her second DUI charge has sent online commenters into a tailspin of snark, ire and sadness.
If winter in Nevada is a harbinger of summer wildfire seasons, we’re damned if it’s wet and we’re damned if it’s dry.
A House committee said Monday that the head of security operations at the Transportation Security Administration has been replaced.
Now, the popular pit stop between Las Vegas and Los Angeles can boast its first traffic signal. A switch was unceremoniously flipped at noon Tuesday, in front of the Baker Travel Plaza on the north end of town.
Facebook Inc will no longer rely on a top-10 list of websites to help choose items for its Trending Topics section, even though an internal probe showed no evidence of political bias in the selection process, the company said on Monday.
Attorney General Adam Laxalt was at Texas Station Monday morning with about 10 local attorneys, helping military veterans and active members through civil matters.
Nightclubs aren’t the only places in Las Vegas operating from sunrise to sunset, as locals know, but in case you’re unfamiliar, just about everything else runs 24-hours a day in the Valley — including restaurants.
The Habit Burger Grill, an Irvine, California-based restaurant company featuring its charburgers, will open its second Las Vegas location on June 8, and and it will mark the occasion with a limited offering of free food.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald said Monday that the VA should not use wait times as a measure of success, comparing waits for VA health care to the hours people wait for rides at Disney theme parks.
Two separate reports released Monday, one from the Brookings Institution and the other from SolarCity and the Natural Resources Defense Council, both conclude that net metering is a benefit to all utility ratepayers.
Idina Menzel, the “Let It Go” belter and voice of “Frozen’s” Elsa, responded to the #GiveElsaAGirlfriend social media campaign that calls on Disney producers to give the Queen of Arendelle a same-sex relationship in the upcoming sequel.
Electric carmaker Faraday Future plans to begin grading on its $1 billion factory site in late June. In a statement on Monday, the company said that it is scheduled to have heavy equipment on-site in early June.
Authorities say a man was arrested after he walked the wrong way through a security checkpoint at McCarran International Airport.
A New York City police officer already accused of drunkenly breaking into a woman’s apartment and punching her 20 times now faces a driving while intoxicated charge after police say he crashed into three parked cars.
The Democratic front-runner in the presidential race will speak about raising incomes for working families at the UFCW International Union’s conference at the Mirage.
A list of endorsed candidates in legislative races issued by the Nevada Republican Party underscores the divisiveness between the rank-and-file and establishment party leaders in control of state government.
Sexual misconduct remains a destructive force in the armed forces and military communities, a U.S. senator said Monday in a new report that urges Congress to take more aggressive steps to end sex crimes in the ranks.
Teams searching for the black box flight recorders of a missing EgyptAir jet that crashed with 66 people aboard face technical constraints that aviation experts increasingly blame on a slow regulatory response to earlier disasters.
A semi-trailer hauling thousands of watermelons has overturned in Nevada, closing parts of Interstate 80.
Officials in northwest Alabama say a woman accused of killing a family dog to fake a miscarriage is facing criminal charges.
The lineup for the 2016 edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, which is slated to take place June 17 through 19 at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, has been revealed.
Earlier this month, MGM Resorts International fired the shot heard ’round the valley — the long-awaited details of the company’s $90 million parking strategy that begins June 6.
A pedestrian was hit by a bus in the central Valley on Monday, Las Vegas police said.
Shares in Fiat Chrysler fell more than 5 percent on Monday after Germany’s Bild newspaper reported that the carmaker could be prohibited from selling cars in Germany if evidence of disregard of emissions rules was found.
The Las Vegas Valley will see sunny skies and below average temperatures this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Disney has released the first trailer for its live-action “Beauty and the Beast” with just a glimpse of Emma Watson as Belle arriving at the Beast’s castle, saying “Hello?” and reaching for a rose.
A nighttime fire at a boarding school dormitory in northern Thailand killed 18 girls ranging from 5 to 12 years old, police and school officials said Monday. Five others were injured.
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