An armed suspect believed to be a former firefighter was apprehended on Tuesday after taking four firefighters hostage inside a suburban Philadelphia firehouse, officials said.
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A pedestrian who was in critical condition after being struck by a Checker Cab Monday morning died the same day, Las Vegas police said.
A lawyer was appointed Tuesday for the suspected getaway driver for Erich Nowsch, accused of gunning down Tammy Meyers in front of her northwest valley home.
The man police said drove off after crashing into a bus stop on Monday, killing a woman and her 6-year-old granddaughter, was arrested after a witness followed him to a nearby apartment complex, Las Vegas police said.
The intersection of Craig Road and Decatur Boulevard has been shut down while police investigate a motorcycle crash that critically injured one, Las Vegas police said.
A prisoner who escaped a Virginia hospital early Tuesday is now in police custody, Fairfax County police said.
A 6-year-old boy died Monday evening after he drowned in a pool in the backyard of a southwest valley home, according to Las Vegas police.
At a town hall meeting, held at the 100 Academy of Excellence charter school in North Las Vegas, law enforcement and black community leaders met to discuss policies that were in place to bridge the gap between police and communities of color.
The Police Protective Association Executive Board is attempting to oust Executive Director Chris Collins from his leadership role in the union, multiple sources confirm.
The front-runners in Las Vegas’ mayoral race got in their parting blows Monday night, squaring off for a fourth and final debate ahead of next week’s municipal primary election.
A Florida man wanted on child pornography possession and distribution charges was arrested Monday in Nye County, the county sheriff’s office wrote in a release.
A bill that would allow incorporated cities to form their own school systems by carving out a piece of a larger district using existing local government boundaries had a hearing Monday in the Assembly Education Committee.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck told Nevada lawmakers Monday that graduate medical school education, career and technical education, unmanned aerial systems and increased international travel were the focus of his efforts in Congress to boost Nevada’s economy and strengthen national security.
Flight TK15 had departed from Istanbul bound for Sao Paulo when a note with the word “bomb” was found in a lavatory, a spokeswoman said.
A segment of East Warm Springs Road was closed for more than six hours while police attempted to serve a search warrant at a southeast valley home that was later found to be unoccupied, according to Henderson police.
Details of Arlene Holmes’ book were disclosed in an interview that she and her husband, Bob, granted to the Del Mar Times, in which the couple maintained that their son is mentally ill and his life should be spared.
Schools should not be using random drug tests to catch or deter drug abusers, the American Academy of Pediatrics advises in an updated policy statement.
Two people are in custody in connection with a hit-and-run crash that injured two people and killed a third Monday afternoon at a bus stop near Sahara Avenue and Maryland parkway, according to Las Vegas police.
A blogger was hacked to death by assailants using machetes in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka on Monday, the second attack in five weeks on a critic of religious extremism in the Muslim-majority nation.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority is about to launch the next phase of a 12-year building binge expected to last until 2020 and cost almost $1.5 billion.
Floyd Dent and the police officers in Inkster, Michigan, who stopped him in January agree that he was pulled over in a traffic stop, that Dent is African-American and the officer who bloodied and then arrested him that night is white.
A group of conservative Nevada lawmakers Monday proposed an alternative to Gov. Sandoval’s $7.3 billion general fund budget that they say will fund the governor’s priorities without raising taxes.
Less than a month after Missouri’s state auditor killed himself, one of the official’s top aides has also been found dead in what appears to be a suicide, police said Monday.
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