A 19-year-old was arrested in connection with a three-vehicle crash that killed one person and left another in critical condition Sunday night.
This year’s second Red Flag air combat exercise got underway Monday at Nellis Air Force Base.
A resolution asking Congress to transfer 7.2 million acres of federal land to state control will be taken up again this session.
The judge has scheduled a weeklong preliminary hearing in the murder case against suspended psychologist Brent Dennis, who is accused of killing his wife, attorney Susan Winters.
Gonzaga (29-1) was No. 1 in the nation prior to losing its first game of the season, an 79-71 upset by BYU on Saturday. The Bulldogs, who had been No. 1 for the last four polls, received two first-place votes.
Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” — not, as it turned out, “La La Land” — won best picture at the Academy Awards in a historic Oscar upset and an unprecedented fiasco that saw one winner swapped for another while the “La La Land” producers were in mid-speech.
A bartender at the restaurant where a man was arrested last week for a bar shooting in Kansas told a 911 dispatcher that the man admitted shooting two Iranians and needed a place to stay.
The best picture mix-up apparently wasn’t the only gaffe at Sunday night’s Academy Awards.
A suburban Philadelphia judge has ruled that a jury from outside the area will hear the sexual assault case against actor Bill Cosby.
The White House says President Donald Trump’s upcoming budget will propose a $54 billion increase in defense spending and impose corresponding cuts to domestic programs and foreign aid.
The Las Vegas Valley should be cooler than normal until midweek temperatures start to rise, according to the National Weather Service.
Academy Awards after parties are always swanky and star-studded. But this year, even disparate celebrations had a conversation topic in common: The best-picture gaffe.
Kurt Busch led a solitary lap of the Daytona 500. It was the right one. The last one. And, finally — vroom! — his desertlike drought at the Daytona 500 was quenched.
The carnage that was Sunday’s 59th running of the Daytona 500 was devastating when it came to twisted metal, bone-dry fuel tanks and broken hearts. Take the 3-1 betting favorite, Dale Earnhardt Jr., for instance.
A three-vehicle collision in Summerlin Monday morning hospitalized one person with critical injuries.
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Off-road race fans love the challenges The Mint 400 drivers face going through our Mojave Desert, one of the most hostile and unforgiving territories in North America.
Surprisingly, there were more groans than cheers when Kurt Busch’s rivals ran out gas and the Las Vegas native pulled away to win his first Daytona 500 victory.
Billions of dollars in flood projects have eased fears of levee breaks near California’s capital and some other cities, but state and federal workers are joining farmers in battles to stave off any chain-reaction failure of rural levees.
President Donald Trump toasted the nation’s governors Sunday night, welcoming state leaders to a black-tie ball at the White House ahead of discussions about his plans to repeal and replace the so-called Obamacare law.
Nearly 200 storm chasers paid tribute Sunday to the late actor Bill Paxton by spelling out his initials using GPS coordinates on a map depicting the heart of Tornado Alley.
Ruth Negga, dripping in responsibly sourced rubies with a custom Valentino gown to match, accessorized with something extra Sunday on her first Oscar red carpet as a nominee — a blue ribbon in support of the ACLU.
The man who allegedly plowed into a crowd enjoying a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans had a blood alcohol level nearly three times the legal limit, police said Sunday.
The first trial in the case against Cliven Bundy and his supporters coincides with a new political regime. The timing has presented a paradox: Prosecutors characterize the 70-year-old rancher as an anti-government extremist while policymakers prepare to act on some of his ideas.
On Sunday morning, locals participated in the American Lung Association’s “Scale the Strat: Fight for Air Climb,” a fundraiser in its ninth year. More than 800 people participated.
Swimmers took to the pool Sunday at UNLV’s Buchanan Natatorium, competing for spots on the Air Force Warrior Games Team that will represent the armed services branch at the 2017 Warrior Games slated for June in Chicago.
Actress Meryl Streep likely set the stage for a very political Academy Award ceremony Sunday night at the Golden Globes in January.
Neil Fingleton, who played the colossal warrior Mag the Mighty on “Game of Thrones,” died from heart failure on Saturday. He was 36.
The three-day Las Vegas Home Expo at Cashman Center may not have been CES, the international consumer electronics show that brings a gadgetry wonderland to Las Vegas every January, but a small showing of home automation systems indicates that such offerings are not just for techies anymore.
It was an audacious goal by any measure: to revitalize downtown Las Vegas in a new way, using new principles, all in just five years’ time.
Joseph A. Wapner, a retired California judge whose flinty-folksy style of resolving disputes on the show “The People’s Court” helped spawn an entire genre of courtroom-based reality television, died Sunday at his home in Los Angeles.
The Nevada Department of Transportation will officially endorse “zipper merging” next month when U.S. Highway 95 will be narrowed to two lanes in each direction between Rancho Drive and the Spaghetti Bowl interchange.
Bill Paxton, the versatile actor who appeared in films incuding “Aliens” and “Titanic” and played a polygamist on HBO’s “Big Love,” has died from complications following a surgical procedure. He was 61.
“Get Out,” a trenchant horror film about race relations, rode critical raves to a smashing box office debut.
Deep within the bowels of Nevada, a mineral found in the underground brines represents a potential growth industry for the Silver State.
The Las Vegas Valley can expect partly cloudy skies until Monday, followed by sun the rest of the week, the National Weather Service said.
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