Henderson police closed a residential street near the intersection of Volunteer Boulevard and Sun City Anthem Drive on Tuesday night while they tried to serve an arrest warrant.
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Henderson police are doing their part to protect Black Friday customers’ purchases by signing customers up for online property inventory service called ReportIt.
Officials at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles are warning customers that their offices are notoriously crowded and busy the day before Thanksgiving and the Monday after the holiday weekend.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in the investigation of the death of a 41-year-old woman whose body was found Nov. 15, Metro said in a Tuesday release.
Clark County fire stations will begin collecting gifts for a holiday toy drive Friday.
An autism teacher who suffers from cerebral palsy has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Clark County School District.
A popular overlook at Death Valley National Park is set to close Dec. 1 for major renovations.
The white police officer recalled that he felt like a powerless child sitting inside his patrol vehicle as the fist of a black teenager swung through his open window.
A man died after being stabbed on the Strip early Tuesday morning, Las Vegas police said.
One fisherman is dead and two others are missing after their boat was found capsized at Pyramid Lake in Northern Nevada, according to authorities.
With Congress stymied in partisan fights for most of this year, more than a dozen initiatives that affect Nevadans still are awaiting action and time is running short.
Pope Francis said on Tuesday that while it was “almost impossible” to have a dialog with Islamic State insurgents, the door should not be shut.
People protesting the Ferguson, Missouri, grand jury decision took to the streets in some U.S. cities for a second day Tuesday, even as others were still cleaning up vandalism from the night before.
A Washoe County judge on Tuesday approved a preliminary injunction to prohibit the ride-sharing company Uber from operating in Nevada, including Las Vegas.
A Pakistani man shot dead his teenage niece because she was listening to loud music, police said on Tuesday.
A man suspected of killing a woman near Circus Circus on Saturday morning has been arrested in California, according to Las Vegas police.
Metro traffic officer Michael Lemley dressed as a turkey and used a well-marked Charleston Boulevard crosswalk to draw attention to pedestrian safety.
Outgoing state Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto was named executive vice chancellor of the Nevada System of Higher Education.
A plea agreement is resolving the case against a Las Vegas man accused of foolishly driving a tour bus through raging floodwater in northwest Arizona in 2013.
Ricardo Perez had a choice: Take his wounded friend to a hospital or finish her off and dump the body.
Nevada’s historic Nov. 4 election is official. Catherine Lu, an aide to Secretary of State Ross Miller, said the Nevada Supreme Court certified election results on Tuesday.
Violent protests broke out in Missouri following the grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed, black teenager on August 9, 2014. Check out the gallery of photos.
In an attempt to further discourage impaired driving around the valley, traffic officers will set up DUI checkpoints beginning Wednesday until the end of the holidays, Las Vegas police announced on Tuesday.
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