Nevada residents may soon be able to proclaim their support for the right to life for unborn children by requesting a special license plate from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
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Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday announced the members of a new commission charged with studying how to cut costs in Nevada's public education system
A white Chicago policeman was charged on Tuesday with murdering a black teenager, a prosecution that was sped up in hopes of staving off a fresh burst of the turmoil over race and police use of deadly force that has shaken the United States for more than a year.
A Clark County School District substitute bus driver has been arrested on charges of sexual assault against a child, Las Vegas police said Tuesday.
Health investigators confirm a handful of cases of E. coli have been linked back to chicken salad sold at Costco.
One person is dead after a crash on Tropicana Avenue at Rainbow Boulevard and the intersection is shut down, according to Metro.
Las Vegas may be going solar. City leaders on Tuesday announced a three-year deal with NV Energy they hope will see every city-owned streetlight, park, community center, fire station and public building powered by renewable energy by 2017.
Attorneys pursuing a medical malpractice case against Summerlin Hospital Medical Center will be allowed to ask prospective jurors about their racial biases, a judge ruled Tuesday.
A four-time convicted telemarketer was sentenced to more than 10 years in federal prison Tuesday for his role in a scheme that defrauded struggling small businesses out of millions of dollars.
North Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run crash.
Three people were taken to area hospitals after a sedan and a "medical coach" collided in the northwest valley Tuesday morning, police say.
The ringleader behind the November 13 shootings and bombings in Paris was on the verge of launching an attack on a financial district in the city when he was killed in a raid last week, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said Tuesday.
Las Vegas police said a man died after three officers shot at him early Tuesday morning in the central valley.
The second of two people shot and killed near downtown earlier this month has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office.
Two men arrested in connection with the Indianapolis murder of a pregnant preacher's wife pleaded not guilty Tuesday, according to defense attorney Dominic Martin.
One of the world's most volatile regions was roiled further Tuesday when Turkey shot down a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border. Turkey said it hit the plane after it repeatedly violated Turkey's airspace and ignored 10 warnings.
The 31-year-old man who allegedly fatally shot a New York City police officer in the head during a chase has been indicted on murder charges, Manhattan's district attorney announced Tuesday.
Four crew members on an Army helicopter died when it crashed at Fort Hood, the Texas base's press office said.
If you're scared of spiders, one's enough. Two? That's cause for a squishing party. Thousands? Millions? Time to really freak out.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said on Tuesday his space transportation company, Blue Origin, plans about two more years of test flights before it will offer rides to passengers.
A person, possibly a juvenile, was hospitalized after being struck by a car in the central valley Tuesday morning, police said.
Two people with burn injuries were taken to an area hospital after a house fire early Tuesday morning, Las Vegas fire department said in on Twitter.
After a monthslong back-and-forth that included quiet threats to leave the grid, Las Vegas may soon reach a new utilities deal with NV Energy.
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