The Rebels are the best in the Silver State. Tonight, UNLV beat the University of Nevada, Reno, 23-17, in the Battle for the Fremont Cannon in front of nearly 30,000 at Mackay Stadium in Reno.
Las Vegas became one of the first host cities on Saturday to launch the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' campaign, "What is Brain Health?" More than 15,000 people flocked to the Successful Aging Expo at Cashman Center to find out about finances, health and nutrition, and more.
Three men were named to a governing body of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday, as the church ended its biggest leadership void in over a century by taking the rare step of filling three seats at once, Mormon officials said.
Here's a look at what happened during Week 6 of the high school football season.
Eight people were displaced by a fire that destroyed a North Las Vegas house Saturday, officials say.
The Downtown Grand missed the gaming resurgence that has boosted Fremont Street in the past 12 months.
It's time to break out your umbrellas and hoodies, Las Vegas: Sweater weather is in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service.
Three people are hospitalized after a motorcycle crash Saturday morning, according to the Regional Transportation Commission.
A 27-year-old man died early Saturday morning in a northwest valley scooter crash, according to Las Vegas police.
Everyone and every living thing needs water. The challenge in Nevada is how best to prepare and share when Mother Nature turns off the taps.
The Las Vegas Greek Food Festival is more than just food and fun — it's also an opportunity for visitors to tour and learn more about the church.
"Country music looks pretty good from where I stand," Frankie Ballard proclaimed.
A 16-year-old girl is in critical condition and a 40-year-old woman was arrested after a crash Friday night in the northwest valley, Las Vegas police announced Saturday.
The UNLV Rebels head north to face in-state rival the University of Nevada, Reno Wolf Pack Saturday at Mackay Stadium in the battle for the Fremont Cannon. The game won't be televised, but there's still a couple of ways you can tune in if you're not making the trip up north.
A nondescript mailbox provider at a Las Vegas strip mall is the address of a political action committee that claims to be raising money on behalf of Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders.
An airstrike hit a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres in the Afghan city of Kunduz on Saturday, killing at least 16 people in what the U.S. military called possible "collateral damage" in the battle to oust Taliban insurgents.
The changing of the seasons, cooler temperatures and a little bit of rain means an end to fire restrictions on most public lands in Nevada.
Get all the scores, stats and stories from Friday night's high school football games.
For years, NASCAR has been trying to diversify its ranks, looking for its racers, sponsors and fans to come from more diverse backgrounds.
A robber fired at an off-duty Metro cop who saw the crime as it was going down Friday night, according to Henderson police. The officer was not hit.
Three staff members of medical aid charity Doctors Without Borders were killed and more than 30 people were unaccounted for after a trauma center was hit by aerial bombing early Saturday in Kunduz, Afghanistan, the charity said in a statement.
Las Vegas police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who seriously hurt a 5-year-old girl Friday afternoon in the west valley.
While most Clark County high school students want to attend college, many of them don't know how to pursue and pay for a degree, according to survey findings released Friday by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
A heavily armed gunman who shot to death an English professor and eight others in an Oregon community college classroom was identified on Friday as a student in the class who previously had been turned away from a private firearms training academy.
Three presidential candidates will make the trek to Las Vegas next week. Republican front-runner Donald Trump will have a public rally at noon on Thursday at Treasure Island's Mystere Theatre.
A man slayed a woman and her son and then killed himself Friday morning in the southeast valley, and Las Vegas police are trying to figure out a motive.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal and other GateHouse Media publications earned 91 awards — including 31 for first place — in the Nevada Press Association's annual Better Newspaper Contest.
Did you hear the one about when Tony Sanchez as football coach at Bishop Gorman High was afraid of an opposing local team? No, there isn't a punchline.
For the past two decades, the Los Angeles Kings have claimed Las Vegas as part of their hockey universe. But with Bill Foley looking to bring Las Vegas an NHL team of its own, it probably means the Kings will have to settle for regular-season visits to the valley, perhaps as early as 2017.
The last time coach Tony Sanchez brought a football team to Reno, he walked away with Bishop Gorman's sixth consecutive high school state championship. So he knows what it's like to win in Reno.
This Davenport West student has grown up coping with a brain injury and autism, and through it all he has learned to set his own pace.
A Clark County judge is considering a request to hold the state of Nevada in contempt of court for failing to provide prompt treatment to mentally ill inmates.
Europe! Admit it: It's been on your bucket list for as long as you can remember. But if you've ever actually sat down and cranked out the numbers, you know paradise comes with a LARGE price tag. Reality bites.
Armando Christian Perez, the pop star known globally as Pitbull, attended the groundbreaking ceremony in Henderson Friday morning for SLAM! Academy, the local expansion of Sports Leadership & Management, the Miami-based charter school he helped launch.
Animal rights activists who pushed the bill to make animal cruelty a felony in Nevada welcomed the stiff sentence handed down on a Reno man who tortured and butchered dogs in a motel room, videotaping some of the abuse that observers called barbaric and shocking.
Mount Charleston could see its first snow of the season this weekend, as a storm moves through that should bring rain and cooler temperatures to Southern Nevada.
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