A man is dead, a woman is in serious condition and the center lanes on north and south Interstate 15 are closed while troopers investigate a single-vehicle rollover on Saturday afternoon, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
Hyde Bellagio nightclub will host a ’90s throwback party Sunday starring “Saved by the Bell” actors Dustin “Screech” Diamond and Dennis “Mr. Belding” Haskins.
Yerington (8-2) and The Meadows (10-2) kick off at noon today in the Division III State Championship game. Follow the game in our live blog on nevadapreps.com.
A plague outbreak has killed 40 people on the island nation of Madagascar, with 119 people diagnosed with the bacterial disease since August.
Here are some little-known ways that landlords violate landlord-tenant law that end up costing you money — and some tips on how to keep what you deserve without burning any bridges with your landlord.
A day after a shooting in New Jersey that left two children dead and their mother and brother in critical condition, police said on Friday it appeared to be a murder-suicide attempt gone awry.
Officials in a Polish town have opposed a proposition to name a playground after Winnie-the-Pooh due to the bear’s unclear gender and immodest clothing.
After a three-day onslaught that dumped a historic 7 feet of snow on the Buffalo area and killed at least 12 people, the sun came out, but so did predictions of flooding caused by rain and temperatures of up to 60 degrees.
One of the most familiar and moving works of the holiday season is George Friedrich Handel’s “The Messiah.” Green Valley Presbyterian Church is presenting the music in concert Dec. 3 with help from the harpsichord and a rousing chorus that includes the audience.
Darwin Colby, the last remaining worker from the Hoover Dam project identified by museum records, died last week, closing the book on a legacy written more than 80 years ago by thousands of men desperate to make a living during the Great Depression.
The football season became a lost cause weeks ago, the coach’s job is anything but secure, and the stability of the program is again in question. So if UNLV’s players were going to check out on what little remains of the season, it wouldn’t be a big surprise. Except the Rebels finish against opponents that should get their full attention.
Tens of thousands of gun owners from around the country are taking advantage of Utah’s concealed firearm permits each year — often taking a required class given by instructors licensed by Utah but who live in other states.
Protesters on opposite sides of the political spectrum outside President Barack Obama’s speech Friday at Del Sol High School could agree on one thing: They weren’t entirely happy.
Bishop Gorman and Liberty won their respective region championships in Friday night’s games.
Las Vegas police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a young male connected to a robbery of a retail store near Nellis and Lake Mead boulevards on Monday.
A Clark County court hearing slated for Friday involving the ride-sharing company Uber has been canceled, as the Nevada Supreme Court decides which judge should preside over the case.
Two men suspected of buying explosives they planned to detonate during protests in Ferguson, Missouri, once a grand jury decides the Michael Brown case, were arrested on Friday and charged with federal firearms offenses, a law enforcement official told Reuters.
Anthony Brown and Chasson Randle, a pair of senior guards, took UNLV’s highly touted freshmen to school and introduced them to big-time college basketball. It was a rude introduction.
Work is more than halfway done on the earthen berm that will divert floodwaters away from the Rainbow subdivision on Mount Charleston.
A Clark County jury convicted a 36-year-old man of murder Friday in the beating death of a 7-year-old boy.
The good news for Thanksgiving travelers: the price of gas is at five-year lows. The bad news: a lot more people will be on the road.
President Barack Obama said he returned to Las Vegas Friday, two years after promising comprehensive immigration reform here, to show he “will never give up” and still wants Congress to pass a bill even after he took executive action to protect 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation.
A Nevada inmate serving a life sentence for murder convictions in the 1970s died on Tuesday, Nevada Department of Corrections announced on Friday.
Scientific Games Corp. completed its $5.1 billion acquisition of slot machine giant Bally Technologies on Friday, finalizing the buyout is less than four months.
Deeds to two dozen of the 750 homes in Warren Jeffs’ polygamous sect in southwest Utah that have been tied up for nine years in state-run trust have been handed over to families.
Imagine Dragons’ surprise performance in front of the Bellagio is now available for viewing online.
Utah would restore the practice of killing condemned inmates by firing squad under a bill advancing in the state legislature, amid growing nationwide concerns about botched executions using the more common method of lethal injection.
Three North Las Vegas men face robbery charges after prosecutors say they stole $700,000 worth of merchandise from a valley jewelry store, the U.S Department of Justice announced Friday.
Some dogs rescued from a North Las Vegas house fire in September may be available for adoption soon, the Animal Foundation announced Friday.
The Kansas felon charged in the summer robberies of the Bellagio casino and a Las Vegas bank Friday was found not competent to stand trial.
A man who stabbed a woman and prompted a SWAT team response was arrested Friday afternoon, according to Las Vegas police.
President Barack Obama, who visited Las Vegas today, was greeted by protesters and supporters of his immigration reform plan.
A six-vehicle, non-injury crash on northbound Interstate 15, just north of Sahara Avenue, is causing delays on the freeway, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Fans are being offered free tickets to a professional football game that has been moved to Detroit from snow-plagued Buffalo.
Bill Cosby’s Nov. 28 show at Treasure Island has been canceled by “mutual agreement,” a resort spokeswoman said Friday.
Wynn Las Vegas aquatic revue adds new sequence with fire and water cannons reminiscent of the Bellagio fountains.
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