Four people were taken to University Medical Center after a Clark County Fire and Rescue vehicle and an SUV collided Friday morning near Blue Diamond Road and Durango Drive, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
The once-secret F-117A Nighthawk, the nation’s first stealth combat fighter jet that flew into history in 2008 when the fleet was retired, has been seen winging over the Tonopah Test Range as recently as late September.
A gray wolf was recently photographed on the north rim of the Grand Canyon in Arizona in what would be the first wolf sighting in the national park since the last one was killed there in the 1940s, conservation groups said on Thursday.
Lawyers for defendants charged in the scheme to take over Las Vegas-area homeowners associations want the high-profile Feb. 23 trial moved out of Las Vegas.
The fifth season of “The Walking Dead” is well underway, and viewers’ minds are being captivated by images of bloodthirsty zombies lumbering through deserted towns, on the hunt for their human dinners. But did you know that zombies exist off screen, too? Except it’s not your delicious brains they’re after — it’s your bank account.
Prosecutors have decided not to file criminal charges against a man who fatally shot a former Las Vegas developer in southern Utah.
The National Park Service says it has found more graffiti in some of the West’s most scenic locations in a case that sparked an uproar on social media last week.
The agent for Chicago Marathon champion Rita Jeptoo says the Kenyan runner has failed a doping test.
The city on Friday reached a $2.25 million settlement with the mother of a mentally ill, homeless former U.S. Marine who died earlier this year in a 101-degree jail cell, the comptroller said.
For the Silver State’s 150th birthday, the Review-Journal asked an eclectic mix of prominent residents to tell us in 100 words or less: What’s so great about Nevada?
The confrontation between the state of Maine and a nurse who treated Ebola patients in Sierra Leone heated up on Friday when a judge issued a temporary order enforcing a quarantine after she defied state officials and took a bike ride.
The Nevada Transportation Authority late Thursday unanimously supported Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto’s strategy to take legal action against illegal passenger carrier activity in the state.
The Nevada Transportation Authority has revoked two operating certificates for CLS Transportation, throwing 60 employees out of work.
Eric Frein, captured after a seven-week manhunt and held with the handcuffs of a Pennsylvania trooper he is accused of slaying, arrived at court on Friday to face murder charges, authorities said.
Kentucky was the runaway No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason Top 25 released Friday, becoming the fourth program to earn the honor in consecutive seasons.
Vice President Joe Biden’s get out the vote visit to Las Vegas Saturday will feature actress Eva Longoria, who co-founded the Latino Victory PAC to boost Hispanic candidates.
Beijing police have warned people they face arrest for wearing Halloween fancy dress on the subway as it may cause crowds to gather and create “trouble,” a state-run newspaper said on Friday, unveiling a list of APEC summit-related restrictions.
The successful end to a seven-week manhunt for a suspected police killer means some northeast Pennsylvania children will get to celebrate Halloween in the traditional fashion after all.
KXNT radio’s new morning host Carlos Diaz had a wild weekend, and it had nothing to do with his wedding in Spain today.
The intersection of Tropicana Avenue and Swenson Street has reopened after an accident early Friday morning temporarily closed it down.
Two people were displaced after barely escaping a garage fire in their home in southwest Las Vegas early Friday morning, Las Vegas Fire Department said.
Clark County firefighters battled an east valley blaze that involved two buildings Thursday night, officials said. Firefighters were called to the 3000 block of Parkdale Circle, near Lamb Boulevard and Desert Inn Road, just before 10 p.m.
U.S. theme parks have turned Halloween’s shriek-filled haunted houses and bloodied zombies into one of their largest promotional events of the year. Universal Orlando warns ticket-buyers that it sells out some nights of what it stretched this year into a month-and-a-half-long season.