The 17-year-old North Las Vegas boy who died after being struck by a car Tuesday afternoon has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office as Daniel Benavides.
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An audio recording released on Wednesday of a conversation between a dispatcher and Texas county deputies, whose fatal shooting of a man raised questions of whether they acted properly, indicate the man was armed and suicidal and had just harmed his wife and baby.
Ashker v. Governor of California reached a settlement Tuesday, allowing thousands of gang-affiliated inmates to move out of isolation.
Authorities in northern Illinois expanded their search for three suspects in the fatal shooting of a 30-year police officer as local schools were closed on Wednesday and vigils for the officer were planned.
It was just a business decision. That's the cool, professional tone of the April announcement by Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. that it had agreed to settle the vast majority of the product liability lawsuits against its diabetes drug Actos.
Nevada officials on Tuesday announced receiving an $11 million federal grant to expand mental health services for children.
A proposal to rename the three campuses of the College of Southern Nevada was approved Tuesday by an advisory panel of local community leaders, clearing its last hurdle before heading to state education officials for final consideration.
McCarran International Airport will be the fifth fastest-growing airport in the country over the next 10 years, a noted aviation expert said Tuesday.
"Today the guns are silent. A great tragedy has ended. A great victory has been won. The skies no longer rain death. ... The entire world is quietly at peace." Those were the words of Gen. Douglas MacArthur, 70 years ago on Sept. 2, 1945. That day has special meaning for Barbara Ackerson, of North Las Vegas.
A controversial bill to allow physician-assisted suicide for terminally ill patients in California passed a key legislative committee on Tuesday, after failing in the legislature earlier this summer amid opposition from the Catholic Church.
The Henderson City Council approved a medical marijuana dispensary Tuesday night that plans to open on Eastern Avenue, south of the 215 Beltway.
When a police officer in Dayton, Ohio, handed John Felton a warning for a traffic signal violation, Felton asked whether he was stopped for something besides having out-of-state plates, according to a video of the conversation posted on Facebook.
North Las Vegas police arrested a man they said put a hidden camera in the bathroom of a clothing store, the department said Tuesday night.
A large-scale search for three suspects in the fatal shooting of an Illinois police officer continued Tuesday into the night.
In the weeks leading up to Shauna Tiaffay's death, her husband bought hammers and knives and dark clothing with a homeless man. Yet when police questioned George Tiaffay about who could have fatally bludgeoned his estranged wife, he never mentioned Noel "Greyhound" Stevens.
A man was hospitalized after being shot in a central valley supermarket parking lot after what appeared to be a robbery Tuesday evening, Las Vegas police said.
Lawyers continued to debate the question of jurisdiction Tuesday in a wrongful termination case filed five years ago against Sands China Ltd. by its former president and CEO.
County commissioners voted 6-1 Tuesday to enact a More Cops sales tax increase to pay for it all.
The man shot and killed by a Las Vegas police officer over the weekend was a gang member and ex-convict from Southern California, the department said Tuesday.
A 43-year-old Panamanian man who lived in Clark County and was wanted for murder in Panama has been turned over to his native country, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Tuesday.
A teenager who was struck by a car in North Las Vegas on Tuesday afternoon has died.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will visit Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on Wednesday for the national launch of a new Obama administration program aimed at getting kids and their families to explore America's outdoor treasures.
An anti-abortion group released its ninth video Tuesday accusing a new company of illegally buying parts from aborted fetuses at Planned Parenthood locations.
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