A 51-year-old North Las Vegas man has been arrested in connection with the fatal crash that claimed the life of a 2-year-old girl last Sunday, according to North Las Vegas police.
Several hundred Culinary 226 members demonstrated Friday night in front of the Palace Station in protest of what the union calls unfair treatment of Station Casinos' workers.
When officiating is in the news, it's seldom a good week for the conference. And for the Mountain West, this has been a particularly bad week.
A pedestrian was killed Friday night after being struck by a vehicle, Metro confirmed.
Las Vegas' "sunny and warm" trend put Friday's record high in jeopardy, but temperatures did not break the record and aren't likely to do so Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
In just a matter of days, U.S. airlines will begin a fierce bidding war to win routes and airport slots to a destination that's been off-limits to them for more than 50 years: Cuba.
At age 23, Bryce Harper is already Major League Baseball's youngest MVP. And he could be baseball's first $400 million man. But don't tell him that.
The 319-acre chunk of land near the southern tip of Apex Industrial Park isn't a big deal on paper. The site makes up less than 2 percent of the 20,000-acre park's total land. But when the lot goes on the auction block Tuesday, it could mark an important turning point for Apex.
Hailed by then-Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki as the "crown jewel" of VA hospitals when it opened four years ago, the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas has endured growing pains and criticism from veterans about wait times and staffing issues.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will visit Henderson on Saturday morning.
A lawyer for former Family Court Judge Steven Jones described his client on Friday as "disgraced, disbarred, imprisoned, humiliated."
It's just February. And "The Real World" is still a few weeks away from hitting the air. But we already have a frontrunner for 2016's most unsettling clip from a Las Vegas-based reality show.
Some pretty interesting fusion formulas have been popping up in Southern Nevada restaurants during the past few years.
Nevada Gaming Commission member Michonne Ascuaga resigned from the regulatory panel Friday, a day after it was revealed in a court filing that the Northern Nevada casino she managed for 16 years is under a federal investigation for failing to implement effective anti-money laundering programs.
New York Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia, who prepared for last season with the Las Vegas 51s, became the first player to receive a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball via the drug agreement after testing positive for a performance-enhancing substance for the third time.
Valentine's Day can be cruel for those who have had a spouse die.
Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore ended his long-shot campaign for the Republican presidential nomination on Friday after dismal showings in the first two contests in the race.
Charolette Richards has started more love stories than Nicholas Sparks. But there's nothing fictional about the couples whose tales begin at the Little White Chapel in downtown Las Vegas.
Engineers can't seem to get enough of the Southern Nevada Water Authority's new straw at Lake Mead.
Police shot and killed a machete-wielding man who injured four people at a Middle Eastern restaurant in Columbus, Ohio, police said on Friday.
Two 15-year-old girls died on Friday in a shooting at a high school in the Phoenix suburb of Glendale and were found with a gun beside them, police said.
Rick and Kelly Dale have weathered a lot of their lives on the reality show "American Restoration," including their proposal, but their first outing had all the makings of reality TV without the cameras.
Two more cases of norovirus were confirmed in people who visited a Buffalo Wild Wings Inc restaurant in Kansas, but the source of the illness could not be identified, a spokeswoman for the state health department's county office said.
A special week long reunion of surviving members of the crew of the U.S.S. Nevada wrapped up on Thursday February 11th at the Nevada State Museum.
Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy is expected to be charged in connection with an alleged assault against two off-duty police officers at a Philadelphia nightclub, according to an NFL official familiar with the investigation.
If you're a lover in Las Vegas, think big on Valentine's Day. Whether it's a $10,000 drink or an adrenaline-packed foray into the life of a race car driver, there's something over-the-top to pump those pheromones.
Paramount has set release dates for three more "Transformers" movies for 2017, 2018 and 2019.
A Racine, Wisc., man who told authorities a 91-year-old him hit with a vehicle is now in trouble with the law. Mt. Pleasant investigators say the story was made-up, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday.
Uber has agreed to pay $28.5 million to settle litigation brought by customers who alleged the ride hailing service misrepresented the quality of its safety practices and the fees it charged passengers, the company said on Thursday.
Law enforcement officials were preparing on Friday to sweep a wildlife refuge in Oregon for explosives and evidence a day after the last holdouts in a protest over federal control of Western land surrendered, ending a six-week armed standoff.
You can't stop the rock, man. But you can shuffle it off to the Rio and see what happens next.
Next stop for Derrick Barry's Britney Spears: the catfight competition for the title of "America's next drag superstar."
Police are looking for a man who tried to steal a purse at a fast food restaurant in January.
Former NBA player Lamar Odom appeared in public for the first time since an overdose left him in a coma in October, attending Kanye West's launch of his new LP on Thursday in Madison Square Garden.
The UNLV School of Medicine is one step closer to recruiting its first class of students.
Presidents Day has turned into a huge three-day weekend for retailers and many offer highly competitive sales to entice customers.
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