Nevada’s new National Monument-in-waiting isn’t really on the way to anywhere.
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One man was stabbed after two men got into an altercation at the Paradise Bar on the Colorado River just north of Parker, Arizona, near Lake Havasu, on Saturday.
More than 35 organizations joined forces Saturday morning to place flags at grave sites at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City for Memorial Day weekend.
A person throwing roofing tiles at pedestrians from an abandoned building in the east valley Saturday morning was arrested, Las Vegas police said.
A crash involving three cars slowed traffic in the west valley on Saturday and left two juveniles hospitalized, police said.
For the second time this year, the Nevada Supreme Court has declined to dip its toe into a legal dispute over controversial plans to pipe groundwater to Las Vegas from across eastern Nevada.
Thousands of participants tackled 45 challenges at the Badass Dash obstacle course that raised money for an autism support group at the South Point on Saturday.
Both women died Wednesday at University Medical Center from thermal burns due to a plane crash, the coroner’s office said Saturday. Their deaths were ruled an accident.
B.B. King, the legendary guitarist whose expressive style brought blues from the fringe to the mainstream, was eulogized Saturday as musical icon and loving father in service in Las Vegas.
Police arrested demonstrators in downtown Cleveland on Saturday night following the acquittal of a police officer who stood trial in the 2012 shooting death of two unarmed people.
Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage through a popular vote on Saturday — and what a popular vote “yes” was in the landmark referendum that will change the nation’s constitution.
One man was hospitalized with serious injuries and another was arrested early Saturday morning after an eight-vehicle crash near UNLV, according to Las Vegas police.
A 47-year-old inmate at Ely State Prison died at University Medical Center in Las Vegas on Friday, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
An online dating site for adults seeking sexual trysts has been hacked, potentially compromising the personal information of some of its 64 million members, the company said on Friday.
Just three years after the extraordinary discovery of King Richard III under a car park, researchers think another medieval English monarch might be found buried beneath a parking lot and are hoping to find him.
A bill authorizing ride-hailing companies like Uber and Lyft to operate in Nevada won approval early Saturday in the Nevada Legislature, but it didn’t happen without plenty of confusion.
Two wounded people are expected to survive after an east valley shooting late Friday night, Las Vegas police said. Officers and medical personnel were called about 11:50 p.m. to the 2800 block of Cedar Ave., near the intersection of Eastern Avenue and U.S Highway 95.
A 14-year-old Dallas girl was sentenced by a juvenile court judge on Friday to 40 years in custody, the maximum punishment available, after admitting to drowning an infant in January, court officials said.
An Idaho couple whose 5-year-old child accidentally shot and killed a young playmate will see child injury charges dismissed provided they craft and present a course for families on the dangers of firearms, a state court clerk said.
Metro volunteers, church leaders and even McGruff the Crime Dog responded to the call to entertain and inform south Las Vegas residents about the community resources available to them. Dozens gathered Friday at the Community Resource Fair and Block Party at the Twain and Swenson Plaza, near Flamingo and Paradise roads.
Gov. Brian Sandoval and legislative leaders introduced a new $15 million initiative late Friday designed to ease Nevada’s teacher shortage.The two-pronged program sets aside $5 million for the Teach Nevada Scholarship Fund and provides new teacher bonuses.
Somerset Academy apologized Friday to a 12-year-old student who had been denied the use of a Bible verse in a school project in February. Sixth-grader Mackenzie Fraiser had originally been told by a teacher at the North Las Vegas public charter school that she couldn’t use the John 3:16 verse in a PowerPoint presentation
The chairman of solar panel firm Hanergy lost $15 billion on Wednesday when shares in the company plummeted 47% in Hong Kong trading — in about an hour. The company saw $18.6 billion wiped off its market value.
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