Clark County and the Service Employees International Union Local 1107 are going to arbitration Wednesday to reach a final contract covering about 4,700 employees, if no deal is reached.
David Sweat and Richard Matt planned to head to Mexico after busting out of Clinton Correctional Facility more than three weeks ago, but had to improvise after the prison tailor accused of aiding them failed to show up.
Las Vegans itching for a taste of somewhere new are only a short drive from another Western food haven: Los Angeles. Far more than avocados and quinoa, California cuisine has a breadth and depth that one has to taste to believe.
Former Las Vegas 51s pitcher Steven Matz had one of the most amazing major league debuts in baseball history Sunday.
Two people were shot and another bludgeoned after a fight broke out in the parking lot of a California Mormon church.
A group of ghost hunters found the body of a missing woman Sunday in an abandoned hospital in Vicksburg, Miss.
Rep. Dina Titus is packing for a congressional trip overseas later this week.
In what would be the rawest (and most hilarious) season of “The Bachelorette” yet, comedian Amy Schumer said she would join the last-man-standing dating show — if ABC agrees to some conditions.
A southeast valley park was closed for more than two hours today while Metro investigated a suspicious package that did not turn out to be a threat, police said.
A suspect was arrested Sunday afternoon in connection with four bank robberies, Henderson police said.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has asked a judge to open files and make public more than 6 million pages of documents related to a vast fraud case that involved prominent attorneys, police officers and others. Federal prosecutors oppose the effort.
Nearly 500 people were injured when a huge fireball engulfed partygoers Saturday night at a seaside water park outside Taipei, Taiwan’s capital.
Officials in Alberta, Canada, say dumping of live goldfish into the ecosystem has resulted in freakishly large fish. The invasive species has no natural predator and is thriving in poor water conditions, according to Kate Wilson, aquatic invasive species specialist with Alberta Environment and Parks.
Scattered showers are in the forecast, brought on by a 20% chance of thunderstorms across the valley through the end of the week, National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Outler said Monday morning.
A baby that was born prematurely after its 27-year-old mother was struck by a car Friday night near the Strip has died, Las Vegas police said.
The Frank Marino-Alex Schechter wedding is being turned into a fabulous reality show. Titled “My Big Fat Disney Wedding,” the show will lead up to the wedding finale at Disney World in Florida.
Air Force veteran Mark McGrath was among the ranks of Southern Nevada’s 692 homeless veterans until he and his wife, Jennifer, made the move to permanent housing in April thanks to a HELP USA program.
Divers on Saturday recovered the body of a man who disappeared after jumping into Lake Havasu late Friday afternoon.
A motorcyclist who was killed in an early Saturday morning crash on the 215 Beltway near Aliante Parkway has been identified.
An unrepentant Detroit woman pleaded guilty on Monday to killing her two children, who were found in a freezer in March by a crew carrying out an eviction order at her apartment.
Enjoy these red, white and blue delights for Fourth of July weekend.
Rather than basking in the glow of victory after the GOP swept the Nevada Assembly, Senate and state constitutional races just seven months ago, conservative Republicans are plotting against their own for 2016 and trying to make what’s been called the biggest tax increase in state history go away.
You don’t have to be a politician to dine at the White House. Just ask 9-year-old Jack Newkirk. This Henderson boy won a reserved seat July 10 representing Nevada in the first lady’s Healthy Lunchtime Challenge.
The city of Las Vegas discourages traffic along Azure Drive by filling it with speed bumps and a street feature that I don’t think exists anywhere else in the valley — a “three-quarters traffic signal.”
Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park in Central Nevada protects an abandoned 1890s boomtown and nearby fossils of huge marine reptiles dating from the time of the dinosaurs.
State and local authorities have made more than 55,000 seizures of cash and property worth $3 billion under the equitable sharing program since 2008.
Between the dozens of conversations held Saturday night inside Atomic Liquors in downtown Las Vegas, some local tales about the city’s qualities were filmed for an upcoming episode of Comedy Central show “Drunk History.”
A Northern Nevada prostitute made famous by an HBO series wants to be the first woman to be featured on the redesigned $10 bill.
Although the gay pride parade has happened in peace for at least 13 years in Istanbul, on Sunday the parade was interrupted by police who fired pepper spray and rubber pellets at thousands when they arrived to march.
The questions about Nevada’s new Education Savings Accounts keep coming. And at this point, a lot of them can’t be answered.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare put out a call for medical supplies and skin grafts for the hundreds injured after flammable powder exploded in midair at a recreational water park, Taiwanese media reported.
Captured New York prisoner David Sweat is in stable condition after being shot, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo told reporters Sunday. Sweat was show twice in the torso.
Prepare youselves for a perfect example of what happens when you fail to plan ahead.
Metro said the collision happened about 11:40 p.m. The victim was on a mountain bike and crossing Sahara at the intersection of Mohawk Street when he was hit by a yellow 2008 Hyundai Accent driven by Abraham Lebron Jr.
Tables resembling giant smart phones have grown so popular inside The Mirage, Bellagio and MGM Grand that content providers are clamoring to put their free-to-play gambling products on the devices.
“It’s with the heaviest of hearts and unbearable sadness that we must inform you of the passing of our dear friend and Yes co-founder, Chris Squire,” the band wrote. “Chris peacefully passed away last night in Phoenix Arizona. We will have more information for you soon.”
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