A woman and man have been indicted on charges of kidnapping a woman two days after Christmas and duct taping her before throwing her in the trunk of a car, prosecutors said Wednesday.
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U.S. Rep. Dina Titus on Wednesday pressed anew for the Department of Veterans Affairs to relocate its regional benefits office from Reno to Las Vegas, saying the move would help the agency fill jobs and improve services.
More than 200 volunteers flooded the streets of Clark County on foot and in vehicles during the early hours of Wednesday to conduct the annual homeless count.
Jordan on Wednesday indicated it is willing to release a longtime prisoner if ISIS releases one of its pilots — one of the latest developments surrounding the terror group’s apparent threat to kill the pilot and a Japanese hostage.
Don’t get mad the next time you find yourself stuck in traffic behind some vehicle belching smoke.
The Clark County Republican Party filed a complaint Wednesday with Nevada election officials alleging illegal contributions by a GOP activist for a political action committee seeking to recall fellow Republicans who haven’t taken a firm stance against Gov. Brian Sandoval’s proposed tax package.
Several hundred charter, online, private and home-schooled students, parents and administrators converged on the state Capitol grounds Wednesday to promote school choice in Nevada.
A young mother in Washington state has been charged with attempted murder after authorities say she cut her children’s throats in an attempt to keep them quiet.
A woman was found Tuesday morning with a gunshot to her lower leg after a confrontation what police thought were car thieves. Her son showed up to school with a minor gunshot wound to his leg after the gun battle.
A business complex near the intersection of Cimarron Road and Sahara Avenue is being evacuated while Las Vegas police search for someone who fled the scene of a traffic stop Monday morning.
Illinois police have arrested a couple wanted for abducting their two children in 2006 in Las Vegas.
A former Saudia Arabian airman convicted of raping a 13-year-old boy in a Circus Circus hotel room in 2012 has received the maximum punishment for his crime.
Four people have been indicted in a telemarketing scheme in Las Vegas that authorities say defrauded small businesses.
A former Nevada Department of Corrections officer was sentenced to five years probation Wednesday in a scheme to get smartphones into High Desert State Prison.
A former Nevada Transportation Department employee from Fallon has been sentenced to 18 to 48 months in state prison for his fraudulent use of a state credit card to support a gambling addiction.
Las Vegas police are investigating a stabbing they say is linked to a robbery near Cashman Center on Wednesday.
An employee of a U.S. spy agency has confessed to operating a small drone that crashed on the grounds of the White House, the agency said on Tuesday, the latest in a series of incidents that raised questions about the president’s security.
The mysterious deaths of five Utah family members in their Springville home baffled authorities at first.
Southern Nevada is in line to get the biggest chunk of limited state road funding over the next four years because of two major freeway improvement projects, state lawmakers heard in a budget presentation Tuesday.
A growing prison population, reduced federal grants, aging facilities and inmate hospital care are taxing the Nevada Department of Corrections and will be the focus of budget discussions during the upcoming legislative session, prison officials said Tuesday.
Go to the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles website, and chances are good it’s the first thing you’ll notice: a pop-up ad for the agency’s new Dash Pass system.
A barrage of medical marijuana lawsuits has been filed against Clark County, the largest local government in Nevada to play a role in approving dispensaries.
The youngest of eight children removed in December from a filthy North Las Vegas home often targeted in child welfare investigations died last week, according to the Clark County Department of Family Services.
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