Former Clark County Sheriff Ralph Lamb died Friday afternoon at age 88.
Las Vegas slugger doffs cap and uniform for ESPN The Magazine, says Robinson Cano is sexy in the batter’s box.
A man was critically injured after being shot near a bus stop in the northwest valley early Friday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
Baltimore authorities are investigating after photos emerged appearing to show a sign inside the door of a police van that reads, “Enjoy your ride, cuz we sure will!”
U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. San D. Francisco and Maj. Joseph C. Morrison ejected from an F-4D Phantom jet over North Vietnam in 1968. Family members, including a Las Vegas man, await excavation of potential grave sites.
“Ugly Betty” actress America Ferrera is thanking Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his controversial comments on Latino immigrants.
When the first two human colonists land on Mars, they could step into their ready-made living quarters, remove their space helmets and inhale deliciously breathable air.
Conan O’Brien joined the hordes of women seizing the release of “Magic Mike XXL” as an opportunity for a ladies’ night out.
After nearly 118 grueling consecutive hours over the Pacific Ocean, the sun-powered Solar Impulse 2 is back on land — and freshly stamped into aviation record books.
A tiny fan blowing hot air whirled on the dashboard of Analia Gibson’s non-air-conditioned mail truck as she sorted through mail for her daily route.
Mark DiCiero returns to the radio airwaves Monday morning with a co-host who is making her on-air debut. DiCiero is convinced he has found another diamond in the rough in bartender Aimee Montgomery.
Police arrested a soldier carrying an assault rifle and ammunition at a Fayetteville, North Carolina, mall after officers received multiple reports of an armed man walking through a Macy’s department store.
A criminal complaint and arrest warrant were issued Thursday against a 55-year-old Tomah, Wisconsin, man accused of threatening to kill President Barack Obama.
In a letter postmarked before his June 6 escape from a New York state prison, convicted murderer Richard Matt told his daughter “See you on the outside,” the Buffalo News reported.
Summer is officially here, and that means it’s time for family vacations. Whether you are traveling near or far, it can be easy for the trip to end in tears and frustration.
We may be celebrating our nation’s independence this weekend, but we won’t be free from the heat.
The big tributes to the late B.B. King continue. The latest edition of Guitar World Magazine features longtime Las Vegan King on the cover and a feature that captures King’s generous spirit and singular talent while also chronicling his incredibly bleak childhood.
The Justice Department has sent subpoenas to several major airlines as part of an investigation into “possible unlawful coordination” to limit capacity increases, and thereby keeping ticket prices high, a department spokeswoman said Wednesday.
A three-year Spring Mountains National Recreation Area improvement campaign eliminated 90 of the 219 developed camp sites on Mount Charleston, a popular getaway that attracts more than 1.2 million annual visitors.
As political empires go, few state institutions rival the Nevada System of Higher Education.
A new tool can help patients discover how cozy their doctors are with pharmaceutical or medical device companies. The tool, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Open Payments report, was created under the Affordable Care Act to show the financial relationships that exist between doctors, hospitals and health care companies.
Always thought Chancellor Dan Klaich was a straight shooter, but after a series of questionable actions on his part, I’m starting to have doubts.
The National Weather Service recorded .13 inches of rainfall early Thursday morning, breaking the .08 inches 1961 record for July 2.
Three of four fires in the Spring Mountains were put out, but two more small fires were sparked by lightning from overnight storms at and near Lovell Canyon, the U.S Forest Service said Thursday.
The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office has decided not to file assault charges against Sean “P. Diddy” Combs for his physical encounter with a UCLA football coach on June 22.
In Nevada, parades and celebrations litter the state. In Las Vegas, fireworks fly from Strip rooftops and a decades-old parade takes over a small town to the southeast.
The chairman of the Board of Regents is seeking an outside expert to investigate whether Chancellor Dan Klaich killed research critical of his administration.
A Las Vegas man was sentenced in federal court Tuesday for his part in the 2009 robbery of an armored car driver. U.S. District Judge Jennifer A. Dorsey sentenced Arquarius Robertson, 31, of Las Vegas, to 14 years in prison, five years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $36,320 in restitution.
Two people were arrested Wednesday in connection with two brothels police said were operating in central Las Vegas.
Jim Weaver, who served as UNLV’s athletic director from 1992 to 1994 and later worked as the AD at Western Michigan and Virginia Tech died Wednesday in Blacksburg, Va., after a decade-long battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was 70 years old.
Police say Willie Pro, 33, and Tarneshia Harris, 29, also known as Tiffany Carter, broke into a house in the 3800 block of King Palm Avenue and were shot by a resident of the home.
An Oregon Catholic priest has been placed on leave by the Archdiocese of Portland as police investigate who placed a hidden camera, carefully disguised as an electrical outlet, in a church bathroom, the archdiocese said on Thursday.
A man facing charges of sex trafficking and sexual assault against a child, used marijuana to lure two teenage sisters into illicit acts, according to a Las Vegas police report.
A man and woman who abandoned a teenage girl with her 3-year-old sister, who later died, pleaded not guilty Thursday to multiple charges, including murder.
A Bullhead City, Ariz., man charged in the 2014 death of his girlfriend’s baby pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Wednesday.
A Las Vegas woman has been indicted on 94 felony counts in a multimillion-dollar telemarketing scheme that defrauded small businesses.
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