A man was hospitalized after a shooting Friday morning at a Super 8 hotel near the Strip, Las Vegas police said.
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A man was critically injured after being shot near a bus stop in the northwest valley early Friday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
The big tributes to the late B.B. King continue. The latest edition of Guitar World Magazine features longtime Las Vegan King on the cover and a feature that captures King’s generous spirit and singular talent while also chronicling his incredibly bleak childhood.
After the Supreme Court’s week of high-profile decisions, Oklahoma’s high court made a stir of its own in a ruling that had a group of self-proclaimed Satanists and an ordained Baptist minister celebrating.
A new tool can help patients discover how cozy their doctors are with pharmaceutical or medical device companies. The tool, The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Open Payments report, was created under the Affordable Care Act to show the financial relationships that exist between doctors, hospitals and health care companies.
In a case that could be the first of its kind, the Nevada Supreme Court will be asked to decide whether a North Las Vegas municipal judge can be recalled from office by voters.
A former federal administrator’s decision to bill U.S. taxpayers for a night at the M Resort in Henderson is forcing him to take another trip on Uncle Sam’s dime. This time around, he’ll be bunking in a federal prison instead of a resort.
Metro is seeking the public’s help in finding two people in connection with a June 12 shooting, the department said Thursday. At 11:48 p.m., police responded to a shooting on the 5200 block of Craig Road. A wounded woman was found inside the apartment and taken to University Medical Center in critical condition, police said.
Two people were arrested Wednesday in connection with two brothels police said were operating in central Las Vegas.
An attorney for a High Desert State Prison inmate has filed a use-of force lawsuit alleging the inmate was “sadistically and maliciously shot” by a guard in November.
One intruder was killed, the other remains in critical condition after they were shot by a 23-year-old resident armed with a pistol and an AK-47-style rifle.
Another criminal defense lawyer has come under investigation for allegedly filing forged court documents in misdemeanor cases involving prostitutes in Las Vegas Justice Court.
Thurman Jackson, 21, faces 10 counts of sexual assault, three counts of kidnapping and one count of battery to commit sexual assault.
Las Vegas City Council members on Wednesday put off approval of a gaming license sought by popular tavern chain operators at Dotty’s, delaying action on a controversial license at least one council member had hoped to deny.
One bicyclist was killed and another injured in a collision just south of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on Wednesday morning.
At stake is far more than money. The Greek problem cuts to the heart of Europe’s future.
The Greek government’s attempt to kick-start talks on a new credit package got short shrift from euro zone finance ministers, who decided to put all discussion with Athens on hold until after a referendum on Sunday.
A man’s body was found in the Arts District of downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday, police said. No foul play is suspected.
The chairman of the Board of Regents is seeking an outside expert to investigate whether Chancellor Dan Klaich killed research critical of his administration.
A man facing charges of sex trafficking and sexual assault against a child, used marijuana to lure two teenage sisters into illicit acts, according to a Las Vegas police report.
A Las Vegas woman has been indicted on 94 felony counts in a multimillion-dollar telemarketing scheme that defrauded small businesses.
Nevada Highway Patrol troopers found a man dead in an SUV near Lake Mead on Thursday afternoon. Highway patrol spokesman Loy Hixson said the troopers were originally sent to check out reports of a fatality from a single-vehicle collision just before 2 p.m.
A neuropsychologist who ran tests on Colorado movie massacre gunman James Holmes over three days after the 2012 attack told jurors at his murder trial on Thursday there were no signs the shooter was faking mental illness.
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