A 1-year-old girl who was ejected from a moving vehicle was the lone survivor of a crash that killed two adults over the weekend in Northern Nevada, according to the Highway Patrol.
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A Massachusetts man has been charged with threatening President Barack Obama in a message posted to the FBI’s website, federal prosecutors said on Monday.
The search continued Monday for a man who jumped off a boat in Lake Mead Sunday and failed to resurface, Lake Mead National Recreation Area officials said.
The beautiful jets of dust that follow comets are generated by sinkholes, according to a new study.
When a new park in Henderson opens later this summer, it won’t be named for Austen Russell. But Austen’s name will be everywhere at Paradise Pointe Park: on a street sign, on two benches and on the court where kids will play.
The state is offering five owners a total of $11.3 million for 4.35 acres along the west side of Martin Luther King Boulevard, north of Charleston Boulevard, for reconfiguration of I-15’s infamous Spaghetti Bowl.
Falcon Heene, the “Balloon Boy” from the 2009 hoax in which his parents claimed he was in a helium balloon that floated from their home, has moved to Florida with his family and formed “the world’s youngest metal band.”
Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, who has been sentenced to death, filed a motion in federal court on Monday seeking a new trial, according to court records.
Moments before James Stapleton shot and killed his neighbor, he sent text messages to his ex-girlfriend saying he was “trying to make a statement.”
Italy’s Hacking Team, which makes surveillance software used by governments to police the web, appeared to be the victim of hacking on a grand scale itself on Monday.
A Maryland woman accused of abandoning her 6-week-old daughter on a roadside and in a car seat carrier was in custody on $500,000 bail on Monday, police said.
South Carolina lawmakers were set to begin debate Monday on legislation to remove the Confederate battle flag that flies on the grounds of the state capitol in Columbia.
New York prison escapee David Sweat was released from Albany Medical Center and is back behind bars at Five Points Correctional Facility in Romulus, New York, according to the New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision.
Greek banks will remain closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and a daily limit on cash withdrawals will stay at 60 euros, the head of the Greek banking association said.
A baby who was born prematurely after its mother was hit by a car near the Strip in June has been identified.
The Las Vegas valley will be under below normal temperatures all week, the National Weather Service said.
A vehicle drove through a house near Downtown Las Vegas, killing the 79-year-old driver late Sunday night.
A new analysis being released Monday shows many communities in Nevada are still struggling and have a long way to go in the cycle of economic rebirth.
The largest multistate training exercise ever conducted by the Army Special Operations Command is scheduled to begin July 15 on private and public land in seven states in the Southwest and Southeast — but not Nevada.
Las Vegas police are responding to a home in the northwestern Las Vegas Valley, where a man has locked himself inside, and gunshots were reportedly fired.
The Las Vegas Fire Department was a bit busier this 4th of July compared to last year’s, but no major fires or injuries were blamed on fireworks, the department said Sunday.
Full-day kindergarten may be a gateway to higher academic achievement and improved health for Nevada’s youth, according to a recent study from UNLV’s School of Community Health Sciences.
A lot of people may have gotten that feeling recently when they’ve hit the road and seen some recently issued Nevada license plates. The demand for more number-letter variations has brought a new look to Nevada license plates.
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