Authorities say the body found Sunday at Coronado High School was that of a teenage girl who took her own life.
It is expected to be a long, dry and hot summer in Nevada, bringing with it the danger of wild land fires across much of the state in the midst of a fourth year of extreme drought.
Westbound Flamingo is down to one lane between Las Vegas Boulevard and Linq Lane after a water main break.
In his hometown of Detroit on Monday, retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson announced his presidential bid, vowing to “fix” America. But his bid isn’t without controversy.
Two men who were shot and killed outside a cartoon exhibit of the Prophet Mohammed in Garland, TX, lived in Phoenix, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has confirmed, and one of their neighbors vividly recalled their attempts to convert him to Islam.
The former clinic manager for the doctor at the center of the 2007 hepatitis C outbreak was sentenced Monday to 366 days in federal prison in an $8 million health care fraud scheme stemming from the deadly outbreak.
The Riviera hotel-casino is now closed, but the show will go on for the “Crazy Girls” at Planet Hollywood.
A former loan processor and notary public was sentenced Monday to two years probation for her role in the massive scheme to take over Las Vegas-area homeowners associations.
A grand jury will be asked to return a first-degree murder indictment against the accused killer of a New York City plainclothes police officer, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton said on Monday.
Former LSU offensive lineman La’el Collins was interviewed by Louisiana police for more than an hour Monday about the shooting death of a pregnant woman in Baton Rouge.
The Hard Rock Hotel said a malware attack may have allowed hackers to steal credit card information used at its retail and service locations.
One film among of a batch of new “Star Wars” movies in the pipeline has suffered a setback after director Josh Trank pulled out.
A Riverton mom made a shocking discovery –- pictures of her children on websites connected to porn.
In his third day of testimony casino mogul Sheldon Adelson denied knowledge of a secret “exorcism strategy” to rid Sands China Ltd. of its president and CEO, Steven Jacobs.
San Francisco 49ers fullback Bruce Miller has been charged with misdemeanor vandalism, CSNBayArea.com reported Monday.
A school resource officer was fired after allegedly being involved in a senior prank at a Tennessee high school.
Fans of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” will get to share in some intimate family moments regarding Bruce Jenner’s transgender revelation.
A 7-year-old girl was killed and a 14-year-old companion was hurt after a freak swing set accident. A swing set near an Arizona backyard swimming pool collapsed Sunday morning, Gilbert Police said.
A piece of Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposal to combat bullying in schools was approved Monday by the state Senate.
A lava lake active since 2008 in Halemaumau crater on Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano had been rising since last week, leading to a collapse Sunday and a spectacular fiery blast.
An international rights group is pressing the Paraguayan government to allow an abortion for a 10-year-old girl who allegedly was impregnated by her stepfather — a procedure that health officials in the South American country have so far blocked.
When was the last time you listened to a new song? If you’re beyond the age of 33, new research suggests that it’s probably been a long time.
If you grew up in Clark County, you’re most likely going to be better off as far as income goes compared to Nye or Mohave counties, according to a new study.
Former UNLV football coach Bobby Hauck agreed to work one day into December before stepping aside, records show. But Hauck appears to want to be paid for the entire month and told a football website “it looks like it’s going to the lawyers.”
Manny Pacquiao said after Saturday’s loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. that he injured his right shoulder in early April and was using an anti-inflammatory to deal with the pain. But the Nevada Athletic Commission would not allow him to get a shot before the fight, saying it had no knowledge of the injury.
Are you getting paid well for your career? If the answer is no, it might not be because of what line of work you’re in — you could be getting underpaid because of where you live.
Longtime Las Vegas Planning Commissioner and former City Council candidate Byron Goynes says he might jump right back into City Hall politics after his controversial ouster from the planning panel.
A Las Vegas woman is asking for the public’s help to locate her dog, which was inside her car when it was stolen in front of her northwest valley home Thursday.
Money is the one component that most defined the entire saga that was Floyd Mayweather Jr. against Manny Pacquiao, which the former predictably won by unanimous decision Saturday night at the MGM Grand Garden.
Everyone involved in a fundraising event for an injured Las Vegas police officer at a south valley pizza restaurant woke up with butterflies in their stomachs Sunday.
Not the real one, of course — it’s cashing in its chips at noon today. But the reel Riviera — the one that’s been ready for its close-up since the hotel-casino opened on the Strip six decades ago — will live as long as Vegas movies do.
Students from Las Vegas’ Northwest Career and Technical Academy over the weekend were in the running for the U.S Department of Energy’s National Science Bowl championship in Washington, D.C.
Two men who opened fire outside a contest for Prophet Mohammed cartoons in a Dallas suburb were shot dead by police Sunday night, authorities said.
Russian ballerina Maya Plisetskaya, who was considered one of the greatest ballerinas of the 20th century, died on Saturday at age 89.
Seattle police had to rescue a shirtless man from a basketball hoop Friday after he somehow got caught on it upside-down.
If you’re driving to Los Angeles Sunday evening, you might want to wait or face major delays as Interstate 15 has been shut down near Barstow, Calif., the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada said.
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