Comedian Bill Cosby is canceling his Nov. 28 show at Treasure Island “by mutual agreement.”
Las Vegas police have arrested a man in connection with a northeast valley homicide in early November.
Adrian Peterson says moving on from the Minnesota Vikings might be best for both him and the team and he “won’t ever use a switch again.”
Nevada’s jobless rate fell to its lowest level since June 2008 as annual job growth outpaced the nation’s in October.
A mother in Iva says she needs help finding answers after her daughter was born with four kidneys, two of which are prone to hydronephrosis, a disorder caused by a back-up of urine in the kidneys.
A French soccer player is donating his entire salary to charities and good causes during a short-term spell at second-division English club Birmingham.
Markiece Palmer beat the boy until he squirmed and dropped to the floor. As 7-year-old Roderick “RJ” Arrington rose with fists clenched, he lunged at the man who prosecutors said had been abusing him for more than two months. Palmer grabbed the shoulders of his stepson and started to shake him.
An 18-year-old California man has been returned to Nevada to face charges in the July killing of a Reno teenager.
A man was arrested Thursday in connection with Tuesday’s fatal shooting of 18-year-old Roland Pleasant, according to North Las Vegas police.
A woman injured during a two-vehicle crash a week ago in Henderson died Wednesday from her injuries, a city spokeswoman said.
A rule change allowing Chinese visitors to return to the U.S. multiple times over a 10-year period is being hailed as a boon to American tourism, with the federal government predicting the economic impact could be $85 billion by 2021.
President Barack Obama imposed the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation on Thursday, easing the threat of deportation for about 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with Republicans.
A suburban Denver man charged with pushing his wife to her death off a cliff in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park could not explain to investigators why he had a park map with an “X” drawn at the spot where she fell.
A man connected to a shooting that left a teenager dead in May was arrested on Wednesday, according to Las Vegas police and booking records.
Nevada Senate Majority Leader Michael Roberson and outgoing Assembly Speaker Marilyn Kirkpatrick agreed Thursday that the Legislature must approve more funding for education and reform the tax system to find new revenue for schools.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development board on Thursday formally approved the state’s $1.3 billion incentive package for Tesla Motors to build its 5.8 million-square-foot electric battery gigafactory in Northern Nevada.
The father of a 7-month-old baby who died this week was arrested Thursday on a first-degree murder charge, Las Vegas police said.
UFC President Dana White would love the hometown Ultimate Fighting Championship to christen the new 20,000-seat arena under construction behind New York-New York on the Strip with a fight event in spring 2016. But White and UFC face competition.
The Reno-Sparks NAACP is asking the Nevada State Assembly Republican Caucus to reconsider its recent unanimous election of Assemblyman Ira Hansen, R-Sparks, as speaker after questionable comments attributed to him were reported by a Reno newspaper.
There’s a noticeable lack of action, but the bleak “Hunger Games” sequel is as every bit as good as could be expected, considering it’s only telling half a story.
A Bullhead City police sergeant charged with sex assaults on both sides of the Colorado River sported a bloodied and swollen lip when he showed up for his arraignment Thursday in Mohave County Superior Court.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and other proposed downtown stadium backers on Thursday pitched Major League Soccer officials on awarding a franchise to Las Vegas.
Former mixed martial artist War Machine pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges that he brutally attacked his former girlfriend and her friend.
Ice on the Strip usually means an on-the-rocks cocktail. But, starting Friday, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas transforms its Boulevard Pool into its overlooking-the-Strip ice rink.
A 6-year-old girl and her 2-year-old brother were killed and their father was critically injured Thursday in an early morning apartment fire in Southern California, authorities said.
Former UNLV basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian has made substantial improvement in the past 24 hours, but he remains hospitalized after contracting pneumonia Wednesday.
A Florida State University alumnus and attorney who shot three people at the school’s library early Thursday believed the government was targeting him for persecution, authorities said.
Bill Cosby dismissed the question about sexual assault allegations before the Associated Press reporter even finished asking it. Afterward, Cosby pressured the reporter not to let the public see or hear his answer at all.
Las Vegas police on Thursday morning were investigating a northwest valley stabbing that sent a man to the hospital, police said.
It has been 23 years since Mike Krzyzewski coached Duke against UNLV, and the two sides finally could cross paths again this weekend. But even if a long-awaited showdown does not materialize Saturday, the Rebels and Blue Devils are set to face off in the future.
Uber Technologies confirmed Wednesday that it is investigating whether one of its general managers violated the popular car-booking service’s privacy policies by snooping on a reporter’s ride.
A teenager who died after a car crashed into a light pole early Sunday has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A detective investigating the high school shooting in Washington state that left five teens dead says in court papers that the young shooter’s texts turned dark the week before he opened fire.
Here’s what you need to know about the storms over New York state and the Great Lakes this week.
Mike Nichols was not a Vegas kind of guy. That made the rare occasions when he came into our world all that more impressive. And just a little intimidating.
A Utah lawmaker concerned about government spying on its citizens is questioning whether city water service should be cut off to a massive National Security Agency data storage facility outside Salt Lake City.
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