A 4.8-magnitude earthquake shook Las Vegas and surrounding areas Friday morning, and the state closed a portion of the Spaghetti Bowl to inspect a ramp for possible damage, backing up traffic for miles.
We all know the obscene amount of money some pro athletes make, but it doesn’t really hit home until you see it in actual pay stub form, similar to the one most of us working stiffs take home every two weeks.
A Maryland mother was found early on Friday pushing her dead 3-year-old boy on a park swing, authorities said.
An 86-year-old California man with Alzheimer’s disease is recovering but “doing pretty good” after he was lost in the Mojave Desert for nearly three days.
The assailant — or assailants — who set the mansion on fire and killed residents Savvas Savopolous, his wife Amy, their 10-year-old son Philip and the family’s housekeeper, Veralicia Figueroa, got away with $40,000.
A video was shown in court Wednesday showing a Los Angeles police officer beating a handcuffed woman until she lost consciousness in the back of a patrol car in 2012.
A strong gust of wind is to blame for a crane accidentally falling into a tiger enclosure fighting for its life.
If Google develops its latest patent into an actual technology, the search engine may put those text arguments to rest.
TLC has pulled episodes of its reality hit “19 Kids and Counting” on the heels of revelations that the family’s oldest son was accused of molesting five underage girls 12 years ago when he was a teenager.
Suspended attorney Barry Levinson, who has more Nevada bar complaints against him than any other lawyer, was ordered Friday to spend serious time in federal prison.
The campground at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area will close for the summer after Memorial Day. But there are plenty of other places near Las Vegas to set up your tent.
There’s always room for dessert.