Alice Cooper drops his hard rock sound and trades it in for melodic vocalism in his new cover of The Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby.” It might be the best thing you’ve heard all day.
Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it.
The NFL said Tuesday that Kansas City Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah should not have been penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct when he dropped to his knees in prayer after an interception.
Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday signed legislation imposing the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags, driven to action by a buildup of litter and damage to aquatic ecosystems.
A student was shot by a fellow student outside a North Carolina High School on Tuesday morning just minutes before classes began, authorities said.
An Oklahoma man was charged Tuesday with first-degree murder in the gruesome beheading of a Vaughan Foods worker, authorities said.
A central Pennsylvania man and woman have been charged with homicide in the death of their 9-year-old son, whose decomposing body was found in their Harrisburg home during the summer.
U.S. lawmakers scolded the head of the U.S. Secret Service on Tuesday over a security breach that allowed a knife-wielding intruder to run deep into the White House, and director Julia Pierson promised to make changes.
“I just watched it unfold. The helplessness you have,” Jonathan Cole says of his mother’s cancer and trails off. He choreographed a three-ladder routine for six aerialists, which debuts Sunday at “Circus Couture.”
The Las Vegas City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday on whether to approve a new financial term sheet to build a $200 million stadium at Symphony Park meant to provide a home field for a Major League Soccer franchise.
Hong Kong democracy protesters defied volleys of tear gas and police baton charges to stand firm in the center of the global financial hub on Monday, one of the biggest political challenges for China since the Tiananmen Square crackdown 25 years ago.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced Sunday that he has signed a bill that makes California the first in the nation to define when “yes means yes” and adopt requirements for colleges to follow when investigating sexual assault reports.
The man who breached security at the White House this month overpowered a U.S. Secret Service officer and ran through much of the main floor, penetrating farther into the building than previously disclosed, the Washington Post reported on Monday.
A patient in a Dallas hospital is showing signs of the Ebola virus and is being kept in strict isolation with test results pending, hospital officials said Monday.
Charles Harvey, the Nevada Taxicab Authority’s administrator for the last 3½ years, announced Monday he is resigning the position, effective Friday.
Findlay Prep junior Justin Jackson has given an early verbal commitment to Coach Dave Rice and UNLV.
Hundreds of slot machines will be on display on trade show floors at The Venetian and some of the biggest local names in the industry are scheduled speakers for the four-day Global Gaming Expo, known in the industry as G2E.
UNLV finds an opponent in San Jose State that is going through largely the same struggles. The teams meet each Saturday in San Jose, Calif.
It was supposed to be a record-breaking year for tourist visits to Israel. But all that changed when the 50-day war between Israel and Hamas prompted jittery travelers to cancel trips en masse, leaving empty hotel rooms and barren tourist sites in their wake.
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta has called for a blue ribbon committee to examine deficiencies in the Clark County child welfare system and courts.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has sent its application to have an accredited medical school, the first step in a years-long process, said Barbara Atkinson, dean of the burgeoning school.
The two major party candidates seeking the job of lieutenant governor in the November general election both endorsed the Tesla deal in a debate recorded Monday for the Nevada NewsMakers television program.
A 34-year-old inmate suffering from a chronic medical condition died Saturday, the Nevada Department of Corrections announced Monday. Jason Risner died at Valley Hospital Medical Center. He had been hospitalized since Sept. 11.
It isn’t every day that a retail outlet at McCarran International Airport hosts a book signing. But then, it isn’t every day that co-authors who are 13 and 10 write a book that can fetch $23.95 a copy.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson grew his net worth in 2014, but fell one spot in the Forbes ranking of the richest people in America. Adelson, 81, was listed as both the gaming industry’s and Nevada’s top name on the annual ranking, which came out Monday.
As he watched his son play football, Dana White smiled. He did not have an episode with the referees. He did not use swear words. He was the ideal father, like Mr. Cunningham in “Happy Days.”
The city of Las Vegas’ plans to use hotel room tax money for $3 million annually over 30 years for most of its share to build a $200 million subsidized downtown soccer stadium could pose a problem, a well-known local consultant believes.
A man crashed his car trying to evade a traffic stop, then allegedly sped off in the deputy’s squad car — only to return in a third vehicle and shoot at deputies and people nearby, Jefferson County Sheriff Peter Walker said.
The investigation into the case of a missing University of Virginia student has provided a “significant break” in the unsolved 2009 death of another young woman who disappeared from the Charlottesville campus, Virginia State Police said Monday.
Why so many minors were present at a nightclub during a pre-dawn shooting is among several mysteries Miami Police are trying to solve as they interview dozens of witnesses to the weekend chaos that left 15 people wounded.
The famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign will soon get a new next-door neighbor — a sprawling Harley-Davidson dealership that offers motorcycles, accessories and rentals for tourists.
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