One person is dead after a fatal car crash at the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Hinson Street. At 7:17 p.m., police responded to a call about the crash, police spokesman Lt. Bruce Miyama said. The person was pronounced dead at the scene.
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A Nevada high school for troubled boys had its fourth riot on Saturday in only four months. The riot at the Yerington facility left two buildings, a school maintenance building and laundry storage area, with significant fire damage, said Mason Valley Fire Chief Scott Draper.
A Las Vegas judge is mulling what, if any, sanctions to impose on Sands China Ltd. for redacting personal information from documents the company produced out of Macau in January 2013.
North Las Vegas police said an 8-year-old boy died Tuesday night after his head got stuck in an automatic gate.
Leon Benzer was desperate for money in the summer of 2007, as he struggled to keep alive the massive scheme to take over and defraud homeowners associations, his former right-hand man testified Tuesday. Benzer pulled out all stops to win a $7.2 million construction defect contract from the Vistana HOA, where he owned the majority of the board members, the community management firm and the legal counsel, according to Ralph Priola.
Clark County is in the early stages of looking into potential fire code changes aimed at improving the safety at hookah lounges, where patrons light up flavored tobacco.
Workers at a Henderson laundry were startled Tuesday morning to find 16-week-old fetuses in linen from an area hospital.
The “maternity tourism” sites included apartment complexes in Los Angeles, Orange and San Bernardino counties where authorities believe the businesses housed the foreign nationals about to give birth, federal officials said.
Las Vegas Valley Water District customers will see their rates go up in each of the next three years to help pay for a new deep-water pumping station at Lake Mead.
Clark County is considering shutting down Lion Habitat Ranch, citing zoning violations and safety concerns. It says the only exotic animals that should be on the property are lions.
Las Vegas police shut down traffic on Boulder Highway between U.S. Highway 95 and Lamb Boulevard Tuesday afternoon in connection with a stabbing that occurred early in the day.
Illusionist David Copperfield has agreed to a half-million dollar settlement in a class action lawsuit filed by people who said they were not paid overtime for work on his magic show at the MGM Grand.
Nevada officials announced Tuesday the state has been selected to receive a federal grant of more than $3.1 million to help put an end to childhood hunger. The grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture will be awarded over a three-year period, according to the announcement from the state’s Department of Health and Human Services.
An all-white jury that includes a restaurant manager, several retirees and a social worker will hear the trial of accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, which gets underway with opening statements on Wednesday.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s speech urging Congress to take a firmer hand on Iran than what is being pursued by President Barack Obama was applauded by Nevada Republicans but was greeted with frustration by Democrats.
Tuesday morning showers brought about a tenth of an inch of rain and some hail to the valley, leaving a colder-than-average chill as temperatures dipped into the low 40s, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Stachelski.
A U.S. military weather satellite appears to have exploded while in orbit last month after a sudden temperature spike in its power system, producing 43 pieces of new space debris, the Air Force said on Tuesday.
An ancient tomb belonging to Amenhotep, guard of the temple of Egyptian deity Amun, has been discovered in the southern city of Luxor, the Egypt’s antiquities ministry said on Tuesday.
Cleveland lawyers offered a disrespectful response to a lawsuit filed for 12-year-old Tamir Rice, fatally shot by police outside a recreation center in November, the boy’s mother said on Tuesday.
A Justice Department civil rights investigation has concluded that the Ferguson Police Department and the city’s municipal court engaged in a “pattern and practice” of discrimination against African Americans, targeting them disproportionately for traffic stops, use of force, and jail sentences.
Surveillance footage, police and homeless community activists paint wildly different pictures of the man, Africa, who was shot and killed by Los Angeles police Sunday after he scuffled with officers. — one who could be violent, benevolent, troubled and altruistic.
Rival Libyan forces carried out tit-for-tat air strikes on oil terminals and an airport on Tuesday, escalating their battle for control of the oil-producing country days before United Nations peace talks are to resume in Morocco.
Police arrested two men and a woman in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia on Tuesday after a threat forced a shopping mall to close, just weeks after an alleged mass shooting plot in Halifax was foiled.
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