Las Vegas got a screaming deal on used fire rescue vehicles Wednesday, picking up four rescues that are being loaned from North Las Vegas for a grand total of $10.
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Another fall semester, another day of incoming freshman.
The Obama administration is promising to change the way travelers can ask to be removed from its no-fly list of suspected terrorists banned from air travel.
As attorneys presented closing arguments in Robert Jackson’s trial on nearly a dozen charges related to a 2007 Strip shooting on Wednesday, prosecutor Marc DiGiacomo told jurors that Jackson eluded authorities for years “because the evidence is so darn compelling.”
Nevada Attorney General candidate Adam Laxalt’s campaign on Wednesday questioned the authenticity of a leaked document showing highly critical notes from four attorneys on his job performance two years ago at a private law firm where he worked before running for public office.
Classes begin in Clark County School District on Monday, and the Southern Nevada Health District is urging parents to bring their pre-school, kindergarten and 7th-grade children to a health district location for their vaccines and boosters.
Jurors learned about the cultures of two opposing skinhead groups Wednesday during the start of a federal murder trial that centers on the 1998 shooting deaths of two men. Patricia Sumner, a trial attorney with the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, said Lin “Spit” Newborn, 25, and Daniel Shersty, 21, were killed because they “opposed the kind of racial hatred lived by” the two defendants in the case.
An arrest was made Tuesday in connection with Saturday’s morning shooting death near Lake Mead and Jones boulevards, according to Clark County booking logs.
The gaming area of a grocery store was the target of an armed robbery early Wednesday morning near Charleston Boulevard and Hualapai Way, according to Las Vegas police.
President Barack Obama sent special operations troops to Syria this summer on a secret mission to rescue American hostages, including journalist James Foley, held by Islamic State extremists, but they did not find them, the administration disclosed Wednesday.
Clark County School Board President Erin Cranor may personally cost taxpayers $100,100 for her interference in school employees’ health insurance coverage, acting without the required approval of fellow board members.
A former Marine charged Tuesday with murder after the body of his alleged lover was found in an abandoned California mine shaft had been looking into how to dispose of a human body, a sheriff’s investigator said.
A man and woman were found dead in a south valley home Tuesday night, Las Vegas police said.
The woman killed in a rollover crash Friday afternoon near U.S. Highway 95 in Nye County has been identified by the Nevada Highway Patrol as Patricia Mcloone, 37, of Pahrump.
Efforts to protect the newly endangered Mount Charleston blue butterfly could spoil plans to expand portions of Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort and open its slopes to mountain bikers during the offseason.
Is it just me, or did the presidency of Barack Obama end this week? It’s unofficial, of course. He still gets to live in the White House another couple of years.
Nevada public schools have at last risen above the lowest-performing states, according to a national report on ACT scores that also puts Nevada’s 2014 class above the national average.
Eric Holder talks about the nation’s civil rights struggles in a way no previous U.S. attorney general could — by telling his own family story.
More than a dozen civil and human rights groups are appealing for openness in the investigation of the police shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Henderson City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an amendment to city zoning that would allow adult bookstores and adult novelty stores in more areas of the city.
War Machine, a mixed martial arts fighter accused of brutally beating his porn star ex-girlfriend in Las Vegas and fleeing to the Los Angeles area, told a California judge he won’t contest his transfer in custody back to Nevada.
The Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health reported receiving 437 applications for medical marijuana establishments at its Carson City office by Monday’s deadline.
CARSON CITY – U.S. Senators Harry Reid and Dean Heller said in a joint interview that the nation would not have the current crisis with the flood of people crossing the border from Mexico and Central America if the House had passed the Senate’s comprehensive immigration reform bill.
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