A hang gliding instructor killed along with an 11-year-old boy in a crash near Jean on Friday did not have a permit to operate on the federal land where the aircraft went down, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Glen Davis was fined $15,000 by the NBA on Tuesday for kicking a seat cushion into the stands during a game.
Neuroscience research holds an important message for shoppers looking to add a few new pieces to their spring wardrobe: the brain can’t always be trusted.
The intersection of Sahara Avenue and Sloan Lane has reopened after a rollover crash, according to Metro.
A family fishing trip turned tragic Saturday, leaving 41-year-old Terry O’Keefe, Jr. dead and 30-year-old Jonie Morgan missing and presumed drowned. But the three children who were out with them survived thanks to a selfless teenager.
With tax season in full swing, many taxpayers are filing returns with high hopes of receiving a fat tax refund in the coming weeks. When expanding the lens to include the big picture, however, it becomes clear that a $1,000 or more refund is not great for your finances after all.
A man with an “intellectual disability,” who had faced the death penalty for more than six years, was sentenced Tuesday to 14 to 40 years in prison in connection with a 2008 fatal shooting.
A gunman walked into a medical office in Fresno, California, and opened fire on Tuesday, killing a woman believed to be his wife or girlfriend before shooting himself to death in a murder-suicide, police said.
Are you still in the dating scene? Has a date ever done or said something he thought was sweet that just made you feel uncomfortable? If yes, you are not alone.
Rawson-Neal Psychiatric Hospital has won back accreditation by a national organization lost in 2013 following allegations of patient dumping.
A cellphone found at the Germanwings Flight 9525 crash site contains a video revealing the sounds of passengers screaming in the moments before the March 24 crash, the French magazine Paris Match and the German tabloid newspaper Bild reported, citing a source close to the investigation.
How would you describe Nevada or Las Vegas in one word? We asked our Facebook fans this question and got more than 400 responses.
A little-known driving force for the often gruff and impolitic Harry Reid is his 60-year love affair with his wife.
An armed prisoner who fled a suburban Washington hospital with a guard’s gun on Tuesday was recaptured in the U.S. capital after a nine-hour manhunt, police said.
Gaming revenue declined almost 1.1 percent in Nevada during February, while Strip casinos were off 4.4 percent.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday banned non-essential state travel to Indiana in support of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens.
A 5-year-old boy who drowned Monday evening in a southwest valley backyard pool has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A bill that would allow incorporated cities to form their own school systems by carving out a piece of a larger district using existing local government boundaries had a hearing Monday in the Assembly Education Committee.
This isn’t an April Fool’s Day prank when we say you can play Pac-Man on Google Maps right now.
The intersection of Craig Road and Decatur Boulevard has reopened five hours after a motorcycle crash that critically injured one.
At a town hall meeting, held at the 100 Academy of Excellence charter school in North Las Vegas, law enforcement and black community leaders met to discuss policies that were in place to bridge the gap between police and communities of color.
British veteran rockers The Rolling Stones are bringing their classic rock’n’roll to the United States in a 15-city tour beginning in May, the band said on Tuesday.
An armed suspect believed to be a former firefighter was apprehended on Tuesday after taking four firefighters hostage inside a suburban Philadelphia firehouse, officials said.
A pedestrian who was in critical condition after being struck by a Checker Cab Monday morning died the same day, Las Vegas police said.
A lawyer was appointed Tuesday for the suspected getaway driver for Erich Nowsch, accused of gunning down Tammy Meyers in front of her northwest valley home.
The man police said drove off after crashing into a bus stop on Monday, killing a woman and her 6-year-old granddaughter, was arrested after a witness followed him to a nearby apartment complex, Las Vegas police said.
Hold on to your hats, Las Vegas. Tuesday is expected to hold steady winds and a gusty afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
A possible theft suspect jumped in the Willamette River to avoid arrest, but he did not appear to be a very good swimmer and was caught hiding along the riverbank, according to Portland police.
A 6-year-old boy died Monday evening after he drowned in a pool in the backyard of a southwest valley home, according to Las Vegas police.
Two people are in custody in connection with a hit-and-run crash that injured two people and killed a third Monday afternoon at a bus stop near Sahara Avenue and Maryland parkway, according to Las Vegas police.
A Pennsylvania man was helping decorate his mother-in-law’s tombstone on Monday ahead of the Easter holiday when it suddenly toppled over, pinning him underneath and killing him, a cemetery caretaker said.
UNLV underclassmen Rashad Vaughn and Chris Wood continue to ponder entering the NBA Draft, and coach Dave Rice is preparing to move ahead with or without them. One thing is sure: Former Panaca prep star Dantley Walker plans to transfer to get more playing time.
According to police, the nanny was arrested Friday night after an investigation revealed the child she was caring for had suffered bruising and second degree burns.
The Police Protective Association Executive Board is attempting to oust Executive Director Chris Collins from his leadership role in the union, multiple sources confirm.
A group of conservative Nevada lawmakers Monday proposed an alternative to Gov. Sandoval’s $7.3 billion general fund budget that they say will fund the governor’s priorities without raising taxes.
Details of Arlene Holmes’ book were disclosed in an interview that she and her husband, Bob, granted to the Del Mar Times, in which the couple maintained that their son is mentally ill and his life should be spared.
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