The suspected gunman in the Feb. 12 shooting death of 44-year-old Tammy Meyers was physically abused as an infant, according to defense attorneys who said that detail may matter as the case progresses.
The 78-year-old man and the 92-year-old woman who died after separate car crashes in Henderson have been identified.
Elvis Presley’s reckless fascination with guns nearly sent girlfriend Linda Thompson to a hospital.
The WBC plans to create a “very special exquisite” belt to be presented to the victor of the Mayweather-Pacquiao megafight scheduled for May 2 at the MGM Grand Garden.
During 2014, 34 companies relocated to the Reno area. Nearly 4,200 jobs were created, bringing unemployment down to 6.4 percent, a big drop from 2011’s high of 14.2 percent.
A man was seriously injured early Friday morning after being struck by a car that fled the scene near the Palms, Las Vegas police said.
The longtime chief executive officer of St. Jude’s Ranch for Children resigned effective Thursday night, according to the organization’s national board.
Las Vegas city leaders are puzzling over a proposed ordinance that would block a citywide vote on a proposed soccer stadium, though the measure set for a City Council vote next week doesn’t actually say that.
A woman was hospitalized in serious condition but expected to survive after she was run over by a pair of locomotives in Phoenix on Thursday morning.
A Las Vegas bicyclist struck and left in the road by a driver police said was drunk is now paralyzed from the waist down, according to his family.
Las Vegas police are responding to an east valley shooting. It happened about 7:15 p.m. Thursday in the 1400 block of Charleston Boulevard, near 17th Street.
The Henderson Police Department is investigating the death of a 78-year-old man who died Saturday. City spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said Thursday that the Las Vegas man was hit by a vehicle about 6:15 p.m. on Feb. 18.
Attorneys battle in the courtroom every day, but the rift between Scott Holper and Mark Coburn, two criminal defense lawyers, goes much deeper.
Iran blasted its mock-up of a U.S. aircraft carrier during naval drills on Wednesday, swarming the target with 100 speedboats armed with rockets, shoulder-launched missiles and mortars as well as striking it with cruise missiles, according to reports from Iran’s semi-official Fars News Agency.
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota has agreed to an endorsement deal with Nike.
What started as a simple Tumblr post has escalated into a full-on battle royale over the color spectrum.
Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Thursday sold its 20 percent interest in three Ohio casinos to partner Detroit-based Rock Gaming.
When Nevada Transportation Department contractors begin work on a project designed to make Tropicana Avenue safer for motorists and pedestrians in the fall, they’ll be required to coordinate efforts with workers on a parallel project a mile away.
A 92-year-old woman died Thursday morning from injuries received during a car crash four days ago, Henderson police said.
Former University of Nevada, Las Vegas running back David “D-Peeps” Peeples died Wednesday at Mountain View Hospital, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Three weeks after Kanye West blasted the Grammys and album of the year winner Beck, the rapper has taken to social media to apologize.
It didn’t take long for Nevada sports books to begin offering betting lines on the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The Energy Department appears to be shopping new uses for Yucca Mountain that it no longer wants for disposal of nuclear waste, according to senior House Republicans.
A 911 emergency dispatcher who told a young caller to “stop whining” after her father was struck and killed by a car along a Maryland highway has left the position, a fire official said on Wednesday.
Residents across the U.S. South were digging out on Thursday after the latest winter wallop, which dumped more than a half-foot of snow and knocked out power for hundreds of thousands in a region accustomed to milder cold-weather conditions.
The Doobie Brothers’ “Takin’ It to the Streets” blasted through the loud speakers on the opening day at the Grand Bazaar Shops outside of Bally’s. And that’s exactly what developer Larry Siegel wanted to do: bring the property’s 110 stores, four full-service restaurants and 20 grab-and-go culinary concepts to the Las Vegas streets.
Two South Florida law enforcement officers are under fire after witnesses used their cell phones to capture footage of them possibly mistreating arrestees.
Proclaiming “Elvis is as much a part of this building as these walls are,” Westgate Resorts chief executive David Siegel on Thursday launched a partnership with the keepers of Graceland to bring an Elvis Presley exhibit and themed shows to Westgate Las Vegas.
The new Greek government suspended competition in the top-flight Super League indefinitely after violence at a weekend match between the top two football clubs in the country.
Two people suffered minor injuries on Thursday in an unspecified hazardous materials incident in the Silicon Valley community of Sunnyvale, California, a city spokeswoman said.
How do you know the right time, if ever, to change jobs? Asking yourself these four key questions could give you the answer.
The scene Wednesday of first responders wearing bright orange hazardous material suits, scaling railroad tank cars and trying to shut off leaks was not far from the place where 42 tons of liquefied chlorine spewed from a pipe at the Pioneer Chlor Alkali plant 24 years ago.
The truck driver whose vehicle was struck by a Southern California commuter train, triggering a wreck in which 50 people were hurt, will not be charged at this time, Ventura County prosecutors said on Thursday.
Possession of small amounts of marijuana became legal in the District of Columbia on Thursday, launching a pot “green rush” despite a face-off between local officials and the Republican-led U.S. Congress over the new standards.
Burlesque dancers bare their bodies and they’ve got to have the self-confidence and pride to rule the stage so when one New Orleans dancer was let go recently she didn’t take it lightly.
A Florida man facing murder charges for allegedly throwing his 5-year-old daughter off a bridge currently is incompetent to stand trial, a judge said on Thursday.