Union taxi drivers for Yellow Checker Star plan a demonstration that could block traffic on Las Vegas Boulevard on Friday afternoon as the weekend arrives and temperatures near 100.
Two Las Vegas men charged with using counterfeit keys to steal checks, credit cards and other information from local mailboxes were arraigned in federal court this week.
With an official high of 97, Thursday was the hottest day the Las Vegas Valley has seen so far this year. But the triple digits are lurking.
Siblings accused in a fatal hatchet attack of a 43-year-old man were back in a Las Vegas courtroom Friday.
It’s a new era for UNLV football. And they’re letting everyone know with the video below.
One person was hospitalized and another was taken into custody after a Thursday night stabbing in downtown Las Vegas, Metro said.
The Department of Interior on Thursday proposed added controls across 17 million acres in rural Nevada and northeastern California in a bid to preserve habitat and avoid an endangered species listing for the imperiled sage grouse.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. told the Nevada Gaming Commission the casino company was going through a “painstaking” process to determine how it can restore lost retirement and deferred compensation payments.
On Thursday, several transgender students and their parents addressed the Clark County School Board and repeated their long-standing requests for a policy that accommodates all students, regardless of gender identity and expression, in public facilities such as bathrooms and locker rooms.
Apparently, all but one Kentucky basketball fan was devastated this season when the Wildcats fell short in their quest to become the first team since the 1976 Indiana Hoosiers to win the national title with a perfect record.
A woman’s body was found in a west valley parking lot late Thursday afternoon. About 5:00 p.m., Las Vegas police responded to a call from a parking lot at the intersection of Rainbow and Charleston boulevards, where they found the body, said Metro Lt. Patrick Charoen.
Thanks largely to its more affordable buy-in, the World Series of Poker’s “Colossus” already has surpassed the 2006 Main Event as the largest live tournament in poker history. More than 14,000 players had registered by 2 p.m. Thursday.
If you’re a history buff and culture lover, this is for you. You can learn alot about the world by visiting these 10 historically-rich destinations across the globe.
A committee to recall embattled North Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Catherine Ramsey turned in more than 2,700 petition signatures Thursday at City Hall.
A federal judge Thursday quickly denied a request from prosecutors to reconsider his order tossing out the brunt of the evidence in the illegal gambling case against wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua.
While a family in another vehicle sat and enjoyed the show, a passing car didn’t have the same patience and chose to drive through the path of two head butting rams.
On Thursday, District Judge Douglas Herndon sentenced Juan Rivera to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the rape and murder of 14-year-old Diana Soto.
A woman has filed a civil rights lawsuit against a former Las Vegas police officer accused of using his authority to intimidate and sexually harass women he met on duty.
Just days after a faulty report of a massive water loss, the dam and lake behind it fall victim to the massive quake featured in the new summer film ‘San Andreas’
Howie Mandel, Dwight Howard, Marshawn Lynch, Jeff Dunham and Gabriel Iglesias visit during the new all-celebrity season.
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio paid his first campaign visit to Nevada on Thursday, presenting a 20-minute press conference outside downtown Las Vegas’ famed Gold and Silver Pawn Shop.
New Spring Mountains Visitor Gateway, a 128-acre complex along the Kyle Canyon Wash, officially opens to the public Saturday morning.
It’s been 10 years since Natalee Holloway vanished while on a high school graduation trip to Aruba, and after a decade of false hopes and dead ends, her father has never stopped looking for her.
A man was in serious condition Thursday after being shot several times the night before in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
The United States has infuriated some of its closest allies in recent years by fining their banks and spying on their citizens. But a crackdown on graft at soccer’s global governing body is winning wide applause abroad.
An altercation outside an east valley Wal-Mart led to a shooting early Thursday morning, Las Vegas police said.
Las Vegas police arrested California fugitive Nicholas Boland twice last week, wanted in connection with a kidnapping case by the San Bernardino Sheriff’s Department. But in Las Vegas, you could call it the case of the hidden key.
A “Right to Try” bill that will make it easier for terminally ill Nevadans to obtain experimental medications that could help prolong their lives has been signed into law by Gov. Brian Sandoval.
UNLV’s football program posted a four-year Academic Progress Rate average of 937. The minimum to be eligible for postseason play is 930. All 17 UNLV sports achieved above the four-year required APR.
Happy National Hamburger Day! Time to celebrate — and maybe do something a little more adventurous than slapping a plain ol’ boring patty on the grill. Here are five recipes to help make the day.
On the heels of reaching a settlement in his lawsuit against Walmart, Tracy Morgan will give his first TV interview, since he was critically injured in a highway crash last June, Monday on “Today.”
Most of the nation’s airlines are showing a renewed confidence in Las Vegas as a revenue-generating destination, adding seats to the market and boosting passenger visitation to McCarran International Airport in April.
The ferocious Blanco River surged into the Perez family’s vacation home, blowing the door off its frame. The torrent of brown water filled the Texas house, creating a whirlpool of chairs and tables.
The Nevada Supreme Court has unanimously overturned a $500,000 jury verdict awarded to a Las Vegas man who said a priest groped him at age 13.
Las Vegas, one of the most popular vacation destinations worldwide, is also one of the top places for staycations, according to a ranking by WalletHub, with North Las Vegas almost last on the same list.
KINGMAN, Ariz. — The family of inmate Neil Early who was fatally injured while incarcerated at Arizona State Prison has filed a notice of claim alleging negligence in the death. The initiative requests payment of $7.5 million.
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