A pedestrian is dead and Las Vegas police are looking for the driver and the white SUV that hit her Friday night in the east valley.
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Las Vegas hasn't seen a major stadium or arena built in more than three decades. The $375 million venue behind New York-New York on the Strip is scheduled to open in April.
Veteran reporter Jim Myers will join the Review-Journal's Washington Bureau on Monday. Myers will work with Peter Urban, who continues as a Washington bureau staffer under GateHouse Media, the parent company of the Review-Journal.
After a bureaucratic nightmare left her virtually homeless for a year, unsure what her future would hold, Bonnie McGrew has a plan.
A controversial consulting contract for human resource services at the financially troubled Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority is being criticized in light of more than $12,000 in costs billed in just one month.
Two people were jailed after barricading themselves inside an apartment for almost six hours Friday, Henderson police said.
Dozens of retired U.S. military officers who belong to the Southern Nevada Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America held their 50th anniversary dinner at Palace Station on Nov. 20.
Three people — two civilians and one police officer — were killed in Friday's shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs, Colo., police said. The suspected gunman has been captured.
Sixty-five passengers on a British Airways Las Vegas-to-London flight evacuated after an aborted takeoff and fire in September have filed a lawsuit in Chicago against the manufacturers of the Boeing 777 jet and its engines.
The Oklahoma hospital that treated about 40 people after a woman driving a vehicle plowed into a crowd at a university homecoming parade last month will not bill the patients for their initial treatment, hospital officials said on Friday.
A year ago, 28-year-old Jose Lemus had no one. He didn't have a father or mother to support him, and he was living on the streets.
Women dragged fire hoses and human-shaped dummies, carried heavy equipment, practiced forcible entry and ran up a six-story tower about eight times.
Are you a hero? Do you want to be one? Applications are scheduled to be accepted online for entry-level firefighters Dec. 8-22.
Seven people are facing multiple felonies in connection with a series of terrifying attacks on three tourists and one valley resident on the Las Vegas Strip in September.
A Connecticut man charged with scaling the White House fence draped in the U.S. flag was ordered on Friday to undergo a psychiatric evaluation after officials say they found a suicide note and will.
The holidays can be the happiest time of the year. For criminals. Because of holiday shopping and traveling, thieves have more openings — and incentive — to come after your stuff.
For retailers like Ronald Corso, owner of 11th Street Records, shopping locally isn't just about building his business — it's about building community.
What started as a do-over on a county ordinance for ride-hailing licensing in Clark County has erupted into a pressure campaign urging something Uber already is allowed to do — operate at McCarran International Airport.
Chicago police have arrested a suspect in the murder of a 9-year-old boy who they say was lured into an alley by gang members earlier this month and fatally shot, a department spokesman wrote on Twitter on Friday.
Three people are hospitalized after a stabbing at a party early Friday morning in the 4200 block of Tara Avenue.
All across France, blue-white-red national flags flew from buildings on Friday. President Francois Hollande had asked people to hoist the tricolor in patriotic solidarity with the 130 people massacred two weeks ago in Paris.
KRAKOW, Poland — A Polish court's decision to deny the extradition of filmmaker Roman Polanski to the United States over a 1977 child sex conviction became legally binding on Friday after an appellate prosecutor's office said it found no justification to appeal it.
At least two people were killed and another missing in Texas after being caught in high waters caused by a storm system that brought snow, ice and torrential rain to an area stretching from New Mexico to Illinois on Friday.
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