Armed with American and Gadsden flags, various signs and the horns of their pickups, dozens of demonstrators took to the streets Saturday night in protest of the FBI presence in Burns, Ore.
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An official with the Nevada Public Utilities Commission said Wednesday that there has been escalating tension and intimidation directed at agency staff over the rooftop-solar debate and that at least two Las Vegas protesters at a Monday hearing on the issue were openly carrying firearms.
A Las Vegas man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of selling counterfeit contact lenses online to customers throughout the United States.
In the span of 26 hours, Robert Sean Williams broke into an east Las Vegas valley home, used a gun from the burglary to shoot and kill a man in the Wetlands Park, then broke into an apartment where he engaged police in a lengthy standoff, firing upwards of 20 shots toward officers and striking a squad car, prosecutors said Wednesday during opening statements of his trial.
Suspended defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield lied under oath before a state bar panel considering action against him over his forgery guilty plea, a prosecutor charged in court Wednesday.
North Las Vegas police are seeking the public's help in finding a man who went missing Monday afternoon.
The U.S. Justice Department filed a civil rights lawsuit against Ferguson, Missouri, on Wednesday to enforce a police and court reform plan after the city said it wanted to amend some aspects of a consent decree it had reached with the federal agency.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has asked Gov. Brian Sandoval to formally respond by March 29 to a proposed Superfund listing to allow for the cleanup of the Anaconda Copper Mine site near Yerington.
Three floors of the Luxor were evacuated in connection with a potential hazardous materials incident Wednesday morning.
Two people are in critical condition after they were shot in a western valley home early Wednesday morning, Las Vegas police said.
One person was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation from a burning home in the central valley Wednesday morning, the Las Vegas Fire Department said.
The federal judge who threw Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis into jail last year for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples said she had not interfered with the process since her release and that licenses with her name removed should still be valid.
A 1-year-old girl was killed on Tuesday when a bullet from an apparent gang-related shooting pierced the wall of her Los Angeles home and struck her in the head, law enforcement officers said.
John Feit, a former Catholic priest, has been arrested in Arizona in a 56-year-old Texas murder case.
State Assemblywoman Michele Fiore, R-National Rifle Association, is probably best known around these parts for her Second Amendment obsession.
Nevada's medical marijuana registration program is constitutional, a Clark County judge has ruled.
When Laura Demetriades walked into her father's Henderson home two days after he'd been beaten to near death late November, she didn't expect so much blood.
A committee reviewing the need for state boards and commissions won't be making a recommendation on whether to terminate the Nevada Taxicab Authority for several weeks.
A man is hospitalized after Las Vegas police said he was shot about three times by his son Tuesday night near the Hard Rock Hotel.
North Las Vegas police have found the white van they believe hit and killed a 2-year-old girl Sunday night, the department announced Tuesday.
Steve Canavero, who since August has served as the interim state superintendent of public instruction, will oversee the Nevada Education Department as its next full-time chief.
The Clark County School District faces a federal lawsuit over allegations that it exposed children to a predatory teacher after neglecting to warn parents about his history of suspected student sex abuse.
A man is dead after a shooting Tuesday afternoon in a southeast valley neighborhood, Las Vegas police said.
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