A Utah fugitive was arrested Friday in Las Vegas by the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, according to an agency news release.
Las Vegas police don’t plan to prosecute any Nevada lawmakers in connection with an alleged extortion plot aimed at Nevada Republican Assemblyman Chris Edwards.
Vanderbilt quarterback Patton Robinette, citing health concerns, has abruptly ended his playing career and will enter medical school.
Whether you’re 18 or 80, a springtime getaway is a cure-all for the winter blues. Here are 10 tips for having a blast without busting your travel budget.
Dooley Elementary School in Henderson was placed on lockdown late Friday morning after a report of gunshots fired nearby but the lockdown was lifted by midafternoon, police said.
A hit-and-run in Chicago quickly turned into a road rage incident when two drivers decided that the best way to handle a vehicular disaster, would be to come out kicking and screaming.
American Amanda Knox said on Friday she was “tremendously relieved” after her acquittal by Italy’s top court for the 2007 murder of British student Meredith Kercher.
Civil libertarians raised new concerns Friday over a bill sought by the Nevada Department of Corrections to make all agency records confidential following this week’s revelations that an inmate was shot and killed by a state prison guard four months ago.
Miami Marlins starting pitcher Jarred Cosart said he is cooperating fully with Major League Baseball’s investigation into his alleged gambling activity.
A lawsuit that’s causing panic among drinkers of some California wine starts with a history lesson.
The Germanwings co-pilot accused of intentionally setting a plane on a fatal descent in the French Alps had an illness that he kept secret from his employer, German prosecutors said Friday.
It looks like Americans are getting over diet sodas, as Pepsi-Cola has bumped Diet Coke out for the No. 2 spot behind Coca-Cola.
Jaime Zuniga, 29, faces charges of murder, robbery and burglary with a deadly weapon, attempted murder with a deadly weapon, battery, first-degree kidnapping and conspiracy to commit murder.
UNLV guard Rashad Vaughn denied Friday on Twitter a Yahoo report that says he will forego his final three seasons of eligibility to enter the NBA Draft.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is coming under fire after signing into law a controversial religious freedoms bill that could allow businesses to refuse service to gays.
Former One Direction member Zayn Malik spoke for the first time since leaving the group this week — and said he’s sorry for the pain he’s caused.
It’s a good day as a kid when you realize fans can make your voice sound awesome. These three kids experienced this “a-ha” moment in an unidentified Wal-Mart, and used this power to belt “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the top of their lungs.
Two people remained unaccounted for on Friday in the wake of an apparent gas explosion that destroyed four New York City apartment buildings and injured 19 people, police said.
A racist song chanted by members of a University of Oklahoma fraternity was learned at a national Sigma Alpha Epsilon leadership cruise four years ago and became a part of the chapter’s culture, school President David Boren said on Friday.
A U.S. federal grand jury has indicted an Alabama police officer captured on video throwing an Indian man to the ground on a charge related to the use of unreasonable force, federal prosecutors said on Friday.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook is joining the roster of the very rich who are giving away their wealth.
Celine Dion’s return to Caesars Palace on Aug. 27 will include plans for “a significantly different show,” according to a Caesars Entertainment rep.
The eastbound lanes of Windmill Lane near Paradise Road are closed after a motorcyclist was critically injured in a crash Friday, Las Vegas police said.
If you’re going to interview Cate Blanchett, please have some good questions prepared.
A 22-year-old Oklahoma man committed suicide by shooting himself in the head at a Colorado ski resort after witnesses said he ate “a large amount” of marijuana-infused edibles, the local coroner said on Thursday.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man whose body was found beaten in a vacant lot Wednesday night.
Men are classically bad at recognizing women’s hints, and because women are generally more socially “in tune,” they wonder why we can’t see what seems obvious to them.
Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s most recent mailer reminded voters that she has received the endorsment of the cops’ union, the first of what probably will be many hard-hiting fliers before the upcoming election.
A world-class equestrian event that draws affluent visitors is returning to Las Vegas in April for the first time since 2009.
A former Station Casinos employee was sentenced to 366 days in federal prison Thursday for tax evasion related to a scheme to accept under-the-table payments related to his job.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. General Counsel Tim Donovan said Thursday the company asked its bankruptcy lawyers about finding a way to make pension payments to 63 former employees whose checks were halted in the reorganization of its largest operating division, but the idea was rejected.
The beaten body of man was found in a vacant lot in the 3000 block of Las Vegas Boulevard North on Wednesday night, Las Vegas police said.
By March 14, according to the Nevada parole board, 28-year-old Carlos Manuel Perez Jr.’s debt to society would have been paid. But instead of leaving High Desert State Prison a free man, he left a dead man.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help identifying a man they said robbed a Roberto’s Taco Shop in the southeast valley on Sunday night, according to police records.
Kids, being kids, like to climb on things. More often than not, that’s OK. But when the thing in question is a war memorial? That’s the question burning up online parenting groups and in family rooms after an amateur photographer snapped a picture of two children scampering on top of the Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington.
Clark County’s child welfare and court systems are “overtaxed and under stress” with limited resources and policies and procedures that too often result in less-than-best outcomes for children, according to a report published Thursday.
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