The main road into Desert National Wildlife Refuge is about to get a little worse on its way to getting a whole lot better.
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Andrew Magness, who has taught at Valley High School for eight years, recently was named Clark County’s Educator of the Month for February.
House Republicans and Democrats came together last week to resolve a decade-old deficiency in the way doctors are reimbursed by Medicare.
There is a scandal involving High Desert State Prison, but it might not be where you think it is.
Twelve children died from abuse or neglect in Nevada over the last two years, according to a recent legislative auditor’s review. Another nine abused children almost succumbed to their injuries during the same time period.
German investigators found antidepressants in the apartment of Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz this week, according to published reports.
The Department of Veterans Affairs launched a “standardized forms” requirement this week for veterans seeking disability benefits and filing appeals, but the change has drawn criticism from the Disabled American Veterans.
Two adults and six children were displaced after a house fire Saturday evening in the southeast valley, according to the Clark County Fire Department.
A man died after he crashed a car into the back of a bus that was stopped on an Interstate 15 shoulder early Saturday morning, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
A Metro SWAT unit was called to a central valley home for nearly four hours Saturday afternoon after a man locked himself in the house following a domestic dispute, Las Vegas police said.
The Las Vegas Valley’s water parks picked the ideal day for their season openers.
As more than 43 high school teams convened for the FIRST® Robotics Las Vegas Regional Competition, it’s easy to focus on the students and the intricate robots they designed, but their mentors and coaches are the reason they’re able to compete in the first place.
Launched 25 years ago this month with the opening of Summerlin Parkway — the massive master-planned community became more than Sin City’s bedroom community.
A crash between a minivan and a truck towing a boat caused the boat to roll over on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 95 near Boulder City, delaying traffic Saturday afternoon.
A former Henderson police officer says he retired after complaints about his “display” of his Muslim faith — which apparently consisted of wearing a traditional head covering.
A 29-year-old Louisiana man was killed and northbound Interstate 15 near Cheyenne Avenue was closed for over five hours after a Saturday afternoon motorcycle crash, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument first superintendent, Vincent Santucci, a senior geologist and paleontologist for the entire National Park Service, just wrapped up his first week on the job.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s Friday announcement that he will not seek re-election in 2016 left many Nevadans wondering what the future holds for the Silver State after its most powerful voice at home and in Washington passes from the scene.
Three Alabama university students were among seven people shot, several critically injured, early on Saturday morning at a raucous spring break party in Panama City Beach, Florida, and the suspected shooter was taken into custody, local police said.
“I have accomplished what I came here to do and I’m proud of what we have built here at LVGEA,” Skancke said in an interview.
At least 21 people were injured, two of them seriously, on Saturday when a Los Angeles commuter train struck a vehicle on the tracks near the University of Southern California campus, fire officials said.
A person died Saturday morning in a fiery, single-vehicle crash that closed an intersection for several hours, North Las Vegas police said.
Kihuen’s announcement comes just days after former U.S. Rep. Steven Horsford said he would not seek to regain the seat after losing the 2014 election to Republican Cresent Hardy in a close election.
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