A woman was killed in a late Friday night shooting in the west valley, Las Vegas police said. First responders were called to 1300 block of West Wind Road, near the intersection of West Charleston Boulevard and Lindell Road.
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National Hockey League player Jarret Stoll faces drug charges after being arrested Friday at a Strip day club, Las Vegas police said.
Nevada isn’t alone in dealing with conflicting interpretations of state and federal laws on the public disclosure of abuse-related child fatalities. Other states struggle with the same issue, a plight that’s drawn the attention of federal officials who are now attempting to better understand the “breadth of opinion in the field.”
A man was shot and killed near the intersection of Tropical Parkway and 5th Street Friday evening, North Las Vegas police said. Officers were called shortly before 6 p.m. to the 500 block of Riding Crop, said police spokesman officer Aaron Patty.
Three people closed out their accounts at Wells Fargo Bank on Friday in Las Vegas to protest what they describe as discrimination against atheists.
A Las Vegas police motorcycle officer was hospitalized Friday afternoon after he crashed in the northwest valley, police said.
Clark County is facing a bill of up to $600,000 for cleaning up a 200-gallon diesel spill at Spring Mountain Youth Camp after a sensor failed and fuel leaked out of a small hole where county staff had failed to reinstall a bolt.
The chief judge in Clark County vowed Friday to improve the guardianship process after a series of stories by the Las Vegas Review-Journal exposed flaws in the system that left thousands of elderly and mentally ill in Clark County open to exploitation.
The creation of Nevada’s new Court of Appeals comes with a little-known consequence: Under existing law, the state stands to lose two Supreme Court justices in 2019.
Three Cuban immigrants were sentenced to lengthy federal prison terms Friday for taking part in a major Las Vegas-area theft ring.
As the Missouri National Guard prepared to deploy to help quell riots in Ferguson, Missouri, the guard used highly militarized words such as “enemy forces” and “adversaries” to refer to protesters.
Wikileaks on Thursday published a searchable database of every Sony email and document that was stolen by hackers last year.
The offloading of tons of cocaine, worth hundreds of millions of dollars, was used as a backdrop to announce record-setting drug busts in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
The accidental death of a 2-year-old boy in Milwaukee on Sunday triggered a violent chain of events, eventually claiming the lives of three more people.
A Clark County jury on Friday convicted a man of fatally shooting his estranged wife in front of their five children.
An Alabama death row inmate who won a new trial and then reached a plea deal with prosecutors walked out of jail a free man on Thursday, the second condemned man to do so this month.
A North Korean propaganda unit said the U.S. ambassador to South Korea could face a “bigger mishap” than the knife attack to his face last month if he does not stop insulting North Korea with “laughable” accusations.
An Oklahoma reserve deputy, who fatally shot a man when he said he accidentally grabbed his gun instead of his Taser, apologized to the victim’s family on Friday and said his mistake could have happened to anyone.
Pope Francis may add a trip to Cuba on to the itinerary of his visit to the United States in September, the Vatican said on Friday, adding that discussions with Cuban authorities were still at an early stage.
The names of the Nevada National Guard soldiers and airmen who have served in combat operations in the Gulf War, Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom were unveiled Friday on 43 plaques stretching across an auditorium wall at the Office of the Adjutant General.
A 33-year-old man who attacked a woman while searching for his pit bulls has been indicted, prosecutors said Friday.
The nonprofit organization contracted to run Nevada’s juvenile correctional facility in Clark County is suing the state over contract issues.
A federal judge has ruled that FBI agents violated a wealthy Malaysian businessman’s privacy rights when they entered his Caesars Palace villa last year posing as repairmen to secretly gather evidence before conducting a raid in an illegal sports betting investigation.
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