A female employee died after being shot Saturday night in an armed robbery at a Henderson jewelry store, police said.
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A crowd of thousands flooded the streets of downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning in one of more than 670 Women’s March events worldwide, expressing opposition to President Donald Trump’s stance on issues including reproductive rights, sexual assault, immigration and the environment.
President’s vow to “greatly strengthen and expand” U.S. nuclear capability stirs speculation that nearly 25-year moratorium may draw to a close.
The Clark County coroner’s office dealt with more deaths in 2016 than in any other year in the last decade.
Shannon Churchwell and Electra Skrzydlewski are two public-school mothers who stand on opposite sides in the debate over Nevada’s Education Savings Account program.
Wanted: health care professionals, no medical degree required. That’s the pitch for a new UNLV School of Medicine program that aims to fill “a vital gap” in the health care system
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is pursuing creative solutions to a potential prison overcrowding challenge that could see capacity exceeded by 700 inmates by the end of the next budget without prompt action.
Gov. Brian Sandoval wants a special tax on recreational marijuana sales to boost his budget, but state lawmakers and industry executives are concerned that his proposal might be too high.
Cirque du Soleil’s arena show is up to the company’s usual high standards, but the movie tie-in doesn’t add enough cinematic narrative.
Joel Osteen’s hope for those who attend the Las Vegas event is that “they go away inspired in their faith, letting go of old mistakes and disappointment and just starting fresh and new.”
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