They ran for the color, if not the glory, in downtown Las Vegas Saturday.
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The thunder of helicopters landing in a cloud of dust brought flashbacks to wounded warriors who watched the opening ceremonies for the second annual Olympic-style trials at Nellis Air Force Base. The games that began Friday are part of their healing process.
At 1:30 p.m., Las Vegas police responded to a call for a missing woman, 62, who was separated from two companions while hiking on Scenic Loop Drive in Red Rock Canyon on Saturday, Metro spokesman Lt. Erik Lloyd said.
Beverly Rogers started to cry as soon as she entered the Rogers’ Classic Car Museum Saturday morning.
After several upsetting culture clashes with local commercial funeral homes, a long-time local doctor is leading an effort to develop the valley’s first Muslim cemetery near a mosque and Islamic school a few miles south of McCarran International Airport.
The immigrants were among refugees fleeing the violence in Bosnia after a war that erupted in 1992 with the collapse of Yugoslavia.
Nemtsov had enemies politically and personally. Even among the opposition, his outsized character pulled some into his orbit and pushed others away, at times polarizing the fractious team of oppositionists.
The 11-year-old girl is being transported from a youth camp on Mount Charleston Saturday afternoon.
A 17-year-old girl fatally shot by Denver police was struck by bullets fired through the left side of the car she was in, autopsy results showed on Friday, which her family says contradicts official reports she tried to run down the officers.
Part of the snow-covered roof of a Massachusetts skating rink collapsed on Saturday as a youth hockey team was practicing, but no one was hurt, authorities said.
U.S. customs officers at a California border crossing seized more than 15 tons of marijuana hidden inside a tractor-trailer shipment designated as a cargo of mattresses, the biggest narcotics bust ever at that port of entry, officials said on Friday.
The two right lanes were closed because of a crash involving a 4-door Volkswagen and minivan that happened about 10:50 a.m., according to Nevada Highway Patrol spokesman Loy Hixson.
An ISIS court in northern Syria has ordered the release of 29 Assyrian Christian hostages among more than 200 captured by the Sunni extremist group, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Saturday, citing an Assyrian commander.
U.S.-led coalition launched 20 airstrikes in Syria since early Thursday, targeting 13 of them near the key border town of Kobani, where the Combined Joint Task Force said they hit eight units of Islamic State fighters.
Authorities continued to search for answers on Saturday in the murders of seven people in a small Missouri town as details emerged of the alleged shooter’s criminal background and local media reported the identities of another three victims.
The bicyclist was transported to Summerlin Hospital.
A 39-year-old Pahrump man was arrested Saturday for sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl, according to a Nye County Sheriff’s release Saturday morning.
A man was transported to the hospital with critical injuries after a central valley crash Friday night.
Whether he was patrolling the halls of the Legislature or roaming the backroads of his adopted Silver State, for 37 years Ed Vogel was a remarkably durable and reliable scribe.
Boulder City residents will soon see construction around the Eldorado Mountains as the Interstate 11 project inches closer to groundbreaking.
A toddler wounded in what appears to be an accidental shooting in the northeast valley on Friday night is expected to survive, Las Vegas police said.
Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was shot and killed Friday night in central Moscow, the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation said in a statement Saturday, prompting immediate speculation from fellow opposition figures that the killing was targeted.
Call them either Bycraft’s Five or a reincarnation of the Hole in the Wall gang, but a team of four juniors and one senior from Green Valley High School are ready to crack some safes. Science teacher Mike Bycraft and members of the Henderson school’s engineering club are headed to Israel in March to compete in an international safe-cracking competition. Three other Clark County schools are also participating.
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