Two people are dead in what Las Vegas police say appears to be a murder-suicide in the southwest valley.
Just last month, 1-year-old Braylon Robinson was playing with his friends in a Cleveland home when one friend got a hold of a loaded gun and shot and killed him.
Conservative radio show host Doc Thompson started a Twitter battle Sunday evening with “#HowToSpotAFeminist” from his show “The Morning Blaze,” which quickly turned into a national hashtag making what many are calling sexist jokes surrounding feminist stereotypes.
Marshall running back Stewart Butler faces battery charges after his arrest last month for allegedly beating two homosexual men.
Along with McDonald’s announcement of the Sirloin Third Pound Burger, they announced the return of character Hamburglar — and the Internet can’t decide if he’s creepy, a dad in a bad costume or extremely attractive, or even a mixture of the three.
Warner Bros. isn’t being subtle with the steamy trailer for stripper sequel “Magic Mike XXL,” which teases “We didn’t want to show the best parts but it was very hard to resist.”
Major resort closings always brings out the nostalgia in Vegas, leading to calls for a return to “the good ‘ol days,” where “Vegas was really Vegas.” So, along with that nostalgia, here are some other things you can no longer experience in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police asked for the public’s help Wednesday in identifying a man and woman involved in the April robbery of an east valley Home Depot.
Likely GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush has hired two Nevada operatives with winning records ahead of a two-stop tour next week in Las Vegas and Reno.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying the person connected with an attempted robbery in a southeast valley parking lot, the department said Wednesday.
Henderson police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 73-year-old man who went missing Saturday from his home, the department announced Wednesday.
Flamingo Road road near the Strip is fully reopened after a water main break shut down several lanes for two days.
Three-day weekend at speedway brings everyone from old-school faves to the Strip’s top nightclub headliners.
A Michigan boy who was found emaciated in his own basement after an 11-day manhunt last year told a court on Wednesday that his stepmother led him to a downstairs hiding spot and urged him to remain quiet while authorities searched for him.
A prom picture out of Colorado is causing a stir. The photo features eight high school students posed with assault rifles and a Confederate flag.
What’s the holdup with Senate Bill 353, anyway? That bill, sponsored by state Sen. David Parks, D-Las Vegas, would ban what’s called “conversion” or “reparative” therapy for people younger than 18, basically a psychological assault intended to turn a gay person into a straight one.
The Ted Wells report on deflategate concludes the New England Patriots “more probable than not” violated rules and quarterback Tom Brady “was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities” of the deflated game balls.
Saving money at Costco goes well beyond scoring free food samples. There are plenty of little-known Costco shopping hacks that can save you big bucks at the register.
The mother of three of Floyd Mayweather’s children filed a defamation lawsuit Tuesday against the boxing great, claiming he lied in a recent interview about her being on drugs the morning of a 2010 domestic violence incident.
The Germanwings co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing a jet in the French Alps rehearsed the fatal maneuver on the morning of the disaster, and had twice been refused medical papers needed to fly, investigators said on Wednesday.
An Idaho police officer died Tuesday after an early morning shooting during a traffic stop.
A BNSF train carrying crude oil derailed and caught fire in Wells County, North Dakota, on Wednesday, just days after the United States and Canada announced reforms to improve safety of the volatile shipments.
A man was hospitalized following a shooting early Wednesday morning in North Las Vegas, according to police.
The 71-year-old man who died Tuesday after crashing into the trailer of a semitruck in the southwest valley has been identified.
So far in 2015, government jobs are what job hunters most frequently search for, according to data provided by Google to CNNMoney.
More than 2,500 local women have managed to get back on their feet or embarked on a new career with help from Dress for Success Southern Nevada and its various programs.
Las Vegas-based ArrowData is the first operation in the country to receive approval to use drones for electronic news gathering or “aerojournalism” as the company is calling it.
Nevada ranks dead last in number of nurses per capita, according to a recent analysis, but the statistic actually bolsters the state’s status in a Wallethub ranking for nurses looking for a job.
An actress who accused Los Angeles police of mistreating her due to her race during an arrest last year pleaded no contest to disturbing the peace over the incident on Monday and was ordered to write an apology letter to the officers, officials said.
Whether old or new, strong cocktails, glamorous settings and beautiful scenery converge at these standout drinkeries located inside top hotels around the world.
After reporting Disney’s strong earnings on Tuesday, Disney CEO Bob Iger said in a call with analysts that the second teaser for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” has eclipsed over 200 million views.
With the state still hashing out rules for testing medical marijuana, dispensaries and laboratories that were expected to open months ago — and their patients — have been in limbo.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called for comprehensive immigration reform Tuesday at Rancho High School in Las Vegas, saying it’s necessary to keep families from pulling apart.
Apple Pay is debuting on the Strip this summer at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. By early June, the resort’s front desk, concierge, restaurants and bars will accept the new payment method, according to a Tuesday announcement.
A typical Southern Nevada single-family residential customer bill of $154.54, based on average usage of 1,141 kilowatt-hours a month, will see a decrease of approximately 3.13 percent, or $4.84.
After authorities were called to a three-story Philadelphia home, they discovered a toddler on the roof and a 1-year-old climbing out of a window.
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