Flamingo Road at Las Vegas Boulevard South has reopened after a Monday morning auto-pedestrian crash that left a woman in critical condition, Las Vegas police said.
An Arizona woman was arrested for murder on Sunday on suspicion of drowning her two-year-old twin sons in a bathtub and attempting to do the same with another child, authorities said.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady returned to court on Monday, just days before a federal judge was expected to rule on whether to uphold the football superstar's four-game "Deflategate" suspension.
Residents of northwest Las Vegas recently got a different product placement, and they didn't even have to go to the movie theater to see it. Warrior reader Lynda described her surprise when driving north on U.S. Highway 95 recently.
A circus has been coming to Las Vegas nearly every week this summer, but not the kind with clowns and dancing elephants that delights youngsters. Instead, the ringmasters are candidates running for president and their shows are filled with political acrobatics.
The unmanned aerial system test facility in New York is working on sense-and-avoid technology that could help commercial airliners detect and avoid drones that invade their airspace.
Taylor Swift may have won the most Moonmans on Sunday but it was her reunion with rapper Kanye West on the MTV Video Music Awards stage that stole the show, as West declared he will run for the U.S. presidency in 2020.
A man shot and killed by a Metro officer in a North Las Vegas foot chase on Saturday morning was identified by the Clark County coroner's office.
Jake Arrieta pitched a no-hitter Sunday night, leading the Chicago Cubs to a 2-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium.
Wayne Dyer, the prolific self-help guru and motivational speaker, has died, Dyer's family has announced on Facebook. Dyer, who announced in 2009 he had been diagnosed with lymphocytic leukemia, was 75.
Prolific horror filmmaker Wes Craven, who directed the slasher classic "A Nightmare on Elm Street," died on Sunday afternoon, his family said in a statement. He was 76.
President Barack Obama on Monday will officially restore Denali as the name of North America's tallest mountain, siding with the state of Alaska in ending a 40-year battle over what to call a peak that has been known as Mount McKinley.
Oliver Sacks, the neurologist who studied the intricacies of the brain and wrote eloquently about them in books such as "Awakenings" and "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat," died on Sunday at the age of 82, his personal assistant said.
Serena Williams is on the brink of the grandest achievement in tennis, the single season Grand Slam, and even the leading men at the U.S. Open championships starting on Monday are cheering her on.
Opening two new medical schools in Southern Nevada will bring more than brick and mortar changes. Doctors who also teach will shift affiliations, and some students will end up on opposite ends of the state.
I've just returned from my youngest son's Rite of Passage, something his brothers also went through at his age. It's a curriculum I've developed — teachings, rituals and ceremonies — for turning boys into men.
It's Thursday morning, and Las Vegas Springs Preserve's Toddler Time regulars are deep into their weekly routine.
With over a million listings in 190 countries, Airbnb already offers up more rooms than Hilton. The home rental service isn't done expanding, however. Now, [the] $25 billion company is trying to tap into a market that's traditionally been the hotel chains bread-and-butter: business travelers.
Vu Tran's first full memory was just a few weeks before his fifth birthday. After fleeing Vietnam in 1980, he arrived in Oklahoma to meet his father — who left for America in 1975 after Saigon fell at the end of the Vietnam War and sponsored his family to come over.
In serving students, campus organizations and ministries employ strategies that may be different from those used by faith communities in the community at large. Key to it all, representatives say, is simply being accessible to students in whatever ways students might wish.
Reacting to the Roanoke, Va., shootings that left a TV reporter and a cameraman dead, a Las Vegas television station is assigning armed security to its reporting crews.
I'm not sure there is ever a live sports event locally where Chris Maathuis isn't holding a microphone. Einstein said it was possible to be in two places at the same time. Some days, it seems as though Maathuis is in 10.
A man who fell from the upper deck of Atlanta's Turner Field during a Braves-Yankees game has died, the Atlanta Braves said.
With three children, Dee Heinz's family has participated in just about every bake sale and class fundraiser known to the modern PTA. Suffice to say she was more than pleased when her 12-year-old brought home an "Alternative Fundraiser" notice from her school PTA.
A new bill in Congress aims to help veterans obtain child care while they pursue an education. The measure would offer federal grants for colleges to establish or expand child care centers that could assist students who have served in the military.
It looks like NV Energy picked the wrong week to make the case against the state's budding rooftop solar movement.
Touro officials welcomed the 135 students at an orientation paving the way for their four years of classroom, laboratory and clinical study to become doctors of osteopathic medicine.
BILOXI, Miss. — John Ferrucci recalls standing at the Broadwater Marina on a humid, late summer morning in August 2005, trying to determine the best way to slip the moorings of the President Casino barge and float it 35 miles west to Hancock County, where it would reopen as the Silver Slipper.
Days are getting shorter, nights are getting longer, temperatures are getting cooler and school is back in session. It can only mean one thing, Las Vegas — summer is coming to an end.
A neighbor called the cops on Jerry Seinfeld, his son and some young pals for selling lemonade without a permit by the roadside in the Hamptons.
A 41-year-old man is in critical condition after being struck by a car in the central valley Saturday evening, police say.
Erika, a tropical storm that killed 20 people on the Caribbean island of Dominica and at least one person in Haiti, fell apart on Saturday over eastern Cuba, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.
A cooldown is in store for the valley, which means temperatures will drop closer to seasonal average highs of about 99 degrees by Tuesday afternoon, meteorologist Chris Outler said Saturday.
William "Ken" Kenneth and Ruth "Jerry" Geraldine Boswell forgot their marriage license on their wedding day on Aug. 31, 1940, so they jumped in their 1937 Graham-Paige so they could go home and retrieve it.
Sheriff's deputies on Saturday arrested a 30-year-old man who will be charged with capital murder in connection with the shooting death of a deputy at a suburban Houston gas station, a killing the sheriff tied to anger against police.
Aviation expert Mike Boyd is betting that Las Vegas has nonstop flights to and from China within three years. Boyd, president and CEO of Boyd Group International, told a group gathered for the 20th annual International Aviation Forecast Summit on Saturday that Denver and Las Vegas are the two leading candidates for nonstop flights based on growing travel demand from middle-class Chinese citizens that have the means and desire to travel abroad.
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