A desperate search for a couple and four children missing for two days in the below-zero cold of Northern Nevada’s rugged mountains turned jubilant Tuesday when rescuers found them alive and well near their overturned Jeep.
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The Nevada secretary of state’s office has ordered embattled Assemblyman Jim Wheeler — the man who said he would support slavery if his constituents wanted it — to explain by Dec. 31 alleged discrepancies in the financial disclosure statements he has filed since 2010.
Hundreds of cooks, bartenders, hotel keepers and cocktail waitresses stood in a long line in cold weather to renew their Culinary union health insurance policies Tuesday.
A UNLV panel planning a new on-campus stadium on Thursday saw a variety of new and proposed collegiate and professional football stadiums from around the country during a two-hour presentation.
Two former foster parents have pleaded guilty in a child neglect case that took the Clark County Department of Family Services 19 days to resolve after receiving its first allegation of neglect, according to Las Vegas police and court records.
Las Vegas police found a man dead in his home from an apparent gunshot wound while performing a welfare check Tuesday afternoon.
As his long-time girlfriend rested while recovering from a medical procedure, local Enrique Rodriguez decided to check out Monday Night Football Football Fever with Brandy Beavers at the Palms sports book.
A case of contagious tuberculosis at the state’s second-largest school drew much attention as blood tests were given to 325 Coronado High School students and staff, but don’t hold your breath waiting for the results.
Family and friends will pay tribute to former Area 51 commander and retired Air Force Col. Hugh “Slip” Slater when he is buried Jan. 10 at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City.
A 23-year-old Las Vegas man wanted on felony warrants rammed two police cars when confronted by police Tuesday morning, Las Vegas police said.