Quick, name a couple of famous female coders in the vein of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. Nobody comes to mind, eh? Nowadays, two of the best-known women in computer science might just be characters on a TV show.
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It's still mostly dry in the valley, but Mount Charleston got some icy precipitation Friday that washed out a church camping trip and temporarily closed a road.
A man was shot in the side of the head in the central valley on Friday, according to Las Vegas police.
At least one person is hospitalized and part of Sahara Avenue is closed after a crash Friday evening in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
Armed citizens who started guarding the entrances of military recruiting centers in Las Vegas almost two weeks ago were not there Friday.
Parents, educators and researchers will have to wait a bit longer before state officials release a series of reports about students and the workforce as part of the debut of a first-of-its-kind database in Nevada.
A Clark County District Court judge on Friday said she lacked the authority to hear dozens of motions to dismiss charges against mentally ill inmates now languishing in jail and sent the cases back to the courts where they originated for a decision on the matter.
A woman found slain in her central Las Vegas Valley townhouse died from multiple stab wounds to the upper body, the Clark County coroner's office said Friday.
One person was hospitalized following a garage fire in the northeast valley blamed on "careless handling of ashes," according to the Clark County Fire Department.
President Barack Obama is lined up this month for yet another trip to Las Vegas, officials confirmed Friday.
Clark County officials have a tentative agreement to pay $150,000 to settle a federal discrimination lawsuit filed by a former employee.
A federal appeals panel Friday ordered the dismissal of a mortgage fraud case against a lawyer who claimed he was charged after prosecutors falsely accused him of violating an immunity agreement.
Looking through the van for the first cash bag of the day, security guard Matthew Allen heard a voice behind him say: "Give me the money."
Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman would be extradited to the United States if he happens to be caught again, under a Mexican court order announced by authorities.
It's the time of year when retailers stuff their shelves with products that parents demand for their kids. It's back-to-school season. But it doesn't look like it'll to be a jolly one for stores.
Dozens of people waiting in line cheered Friday when Nevada's first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Sparks, 15 years after voters approved medicinal pot.
Dozens of emails on the private email account that Hillary Clinton used when secretary of state were recently classified by the government, the State Department said on Friday.
An escaped inmate killed a woman in her home before he was captured, according to authorities in western Pennsylvania.
An anti-abortion group that released videos purporting to show Planned Parenthood staff discussing the illegal sale of aborted fetal tissue has been sued by a group of abortion providers.
A Missouri man faces criminal charges after driving drunk in a stolen vehicle, fighting with a deputy and beating a police dog with a rock in northern Arizona, according to the Mohave County Sheriff's Office.
In the wake of last month's high-profile drone incursion over the Cajon Pass fire along Interstate 15 in Southern California, the Nevada Division of Forestry has issued a warning about the use of remotely piloted vehicles at fire scenes in the Silver State.
My child did not have a good year last year in school and was so relieved when summer came. Now she is getting very anxious, even sick, about going back.
One man was injured and another was taken into custody Friday morning after a stabbing in the eastern valley, Las Vegas police said.
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