NEW YORK — Two New York City correctional officers pled not guilty on Friday to charges that included official misconduct and assault on a teenage inmate at Rikers Island, prosecutors said.
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Jerad and Amanda Miller were defiant until the very end. Cornered after slaying three people and expecting their own deaths, the couple kept up the police-hating rhetoric investigators would later find immortalized in a self-glorifying shrine.
Last week one of Melissa Lim's former students stopped by her class after school and handed her $12. "This is for your baby," he told the Harney Middle School teacher.
UNLV and the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health have been awarded an $11.1 million federal grant to advance the understanding of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.
A kite surfer was hit by a car after a strong gust of wind pushed him onto a San Francisco highway on Friday, police said.
A second civil rights lawsuit has been filed by survivors of an inmate who died after a 2013 struggle with officers at the Clark County Detention Center.
A Las Vegas police officer shot before daylight Friday came through surgery fine, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said, but one man's wound leaves a mark on the whole department.
A member of Nevada's elected Board of Regents — who's defended higher education officials against allegations of plagiarism — used several paragraphs of a California report without citation in his University of Nevada, Reno dissertation.
Six Southern Nevada physicians have been honored by a nonprofit organization committed to improving access and delivery of medical care in the region.
The local hero turned out to be a killer.
Tourism experts are saying the three-day Labor Day weekend that begins Saturday will bring the heat — and it has nothing to do with Las Vegas temperatures.
Clark County Fire Department is on the scene of a southwest valley house fire that sent a huge plume of smoke into the air.
CARSON CITY — Gov. Brian Sandoval on Friday asked Attorney General Adam Laxalt to use all resources available to seek an expedited hearing on the lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Nevada challenging legislation that establishes the Education Savings Account program in the state.
The Clark County School District again will ask a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed last year by the family of a Henderson middle school student who killed herself after she suffered months of bullying.
Europe is in the midst of an unprecedented human migration. Fleeing war, fearing for their life and dreaming of a better life far from the poverty and upheaval of their unstable nations, hundreds of thousands are flocking to Europe's shores.
Just in time for its busiest camping season, Red Rock Canyon Campground is reopened, after a seasonal closure in May.
She stands at the crossroads of a controversy between same-sex marriage and faith.
Clark County is searching for a new sandman.
NASA's rockets are astounding machines, capable of blasting into space at thousands of miles per hour and withstanding temperatures twice the melting point of steel.
Hundreds of mourners gathered Friday to give a final salute to a deputy sheriff shot to death last week while fueling his patrol car near Houston.
A U.S. Marine who died at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina this week was participating in "high-risk" training when a helicopter made a hard landing, killing him and injuring 11 others, the U.S. Marine Corps said on Friday.
The undocumented worker accused of shooting and killing Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier will stand trial on murder and weapons charges.
As the state attempts to patch an educator pipeline problem, more than a dozen school districts and education groups in Nevada will receive nearly $5 million to fund training and retention efforts for teachers and principals.
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