Workers won’t put a shovel in the ground for more than a year, but those who live and work near the Spaghetti Bowl already are growing concerned about the state’s Project Neon transportation improvement project.
A paramedic in Australia found a parking ticket inside his ambulance and decided to help the family and pay it forward.
A 29-year-old Wyoming woman attending the Burning Man counterculture festival in Northern Nevada died early Thursday after she was struck by a bus carrying passengers around the playa in the Black Rock Desert.
Most of Allegiant Air’s 700 Las Vegas employees can’t wait to move into the company’s new Summerlin headquarters.
A former child model can drop his lawsuit accusing “X-Men” director Bryan Singer of sex abuse in Hawaii and has the option of refiling it later, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.
An early morning accident on Northbound Interstate 15, near Washington caused traffic problems, but the highway has reopened.
A push by some Nevada public officials to seek control of a portion of the state’s federally controlled lands suffered a blow Thursday when the concept was taken off the table for discussion at a meeting of state lawmakers, a move that drew legislators’ objections.
Police are scratching their heads trying to work out who donated a human skull to a thrift store in Austin, Texas.
Lawrence Semenza II, the U.S. attorney for Nevada from 1975 to 1977, pleaded guilty today to failing to file federal individual and corporate income tax returns.
President Barack Obama suggested Thursday that the U.S. might impose new economic sanctions on Russia, blaming it squarely for the warfare in eastern Ukraine.
Tony Stewart will return to Sprint Cup competition Sunday night at Atlanta Motor Speedway, ending a three-race hiatus taken after he struck and killed a fellow driver during a dirt-track race. The three-time NASCAR champion has not raced since his car hit Kevin Ward Jr. at an Aug. 9 sprint car event in upstate New York.
A town on the Utah-Arizona border largely controlled by Warren Jeffs’ polygamous sect is close to opening its first commercial winery, a signal of another lifestyle choice that separates the sect from mainstream Mormon teachings.
The New York Mets made it official Thursday, announcing they’ve reviewed their contract with the Las Vegas 51s through the 2016 season.
NFL players will be subject to a six-week suspension for a first domestic violence offense and banishment from the league for a second under a new policy outlined by Commissioner Roger Goodell.
Las Vegas had the weakest monthly percentage increase of visitors of the year in July, but still had the third-best month by total numbers, attracting 3.5 million people as the city continued its record visitation pace.
Having spent nearly a year-and-a-half behind bars, former Democratic Assemblyman Steven Brooks could be released from custody Thursday, his lawyer said. Brooks pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm by a prohibited person, admitting that he had been addicted to marijuana while carrying a .357 Magnum Smith & Wesson revolver.
Nancy Reynolds’ life has been so filled with travel and political adventure that it’s hard to imagine there was a time she was just a small-town girl on horseback.
An Ohio school bus driver has resigned after being accused of making elementary-age students sit with the windows up in hot weather as a punishment.
A Henderson man was indicted Tuesday after authorities say he was linked to a sex crime involving what he thought was a minor, according to the Clark County District Attorney’s office.
Nevada gaming revenue increased less than 1 percent in July, ending fears the market might be off after a June in which the state’s casino industry reported its largest monthly spike of the year.
A Louisiana firearms company at the center of the reality TV show “Sons of Guns” distanced itself from the program’s star this week after he was arrested on charges of repeatedly raping a child.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were married in France, according to media reports on Thursday.
When the sun is rising, after the neon lights flicker away, there’s still a city — Las Vegas.
The Fourth of July is a huge moviegoing day. Christmas is so big, New Year’s is left open to give everyone time to catch up. But Labor Day? Nothing. Zilch. It’s as though Hollywood wants you to — gasp! — go outside this weekend.
Nevada officials on Wednesday received the green light from federal officials on a crucial part of the plan to reduce the number of mentally ill patients seeking treatment at valley emergency rooms.
A Massachusetts Air National Guard officer says authorities are still searching for the pilot of a fighter jet that crashed in Virginia and do not know whether the pilot may have ejected.
A man accused of threatening two Las Vegas Metro officers on Facebook was ordered held on $500,000 bail Wednesday. DeAndre Allen, whom prosecutors said was affiliated with several gangs, was indicted on two counts of aggravated stalking, two counts of stalking with the use of a computer, one count of intimidating a public officer, and two counts of publishing matter inciting breach of peace.
Not only did the BBC series take home three major awards at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards, but executive producer Steven Moffat decided to drop some hints on the show’s upcoming season.
Thundering surf spawned by a Pacific hurricane pounded the Southern California coast Wednesday, causing minor flooding in a beach town, knocking pilings from under the Malibu Pier and drawing surfers and body-boarders into churning waves.
The federal illegality of pot hangs “like a cloud” over banks wanting to be involved in the medical marijuana industry, Rep. Dina Titus told an industry advocacy group meeting in Las Vegas on Thursday.
Nevada’s fledgling drone testing industry received a $1.25 million boost in state funding from a legislative panel on Wednesday.
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