The man Metro said intentionally struck and killed a woman with a truck Monday night fled and had to be brought back to the scene, according to residents at the home he crashed into.
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Layoffs are back on the table for employees at the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority as a measure to resolve a budget shortfall of between $1.6 million and $1.8 million for fiscal 2016.
Two defendants in a multimillion-dollar telemarketing scheme are seeking dismissals, claiming the government broke promises not to charge them after they cooperated.
Las Vegas police are planning on opening an area command station in the west valley, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo said in a meeting with the Review-Journal's editorial board Tuesday morning.
UNLV head baseball coach Tim Chambers was arrested in connection with driving under the influence Tuesday.
The calm after the storm will come in the form of dry and warmer-than-normal conditions, according to the National Weather Service.
Review-Journal home deliveries ran at least three hours behind schedule Tuesday morning after a power outage resulting from a Monday night thunderstorm knocked out power to the newspaper's office and printing plant.
The National Park Service will ring in its centennial year on Jan. 1 by increasing fees at parks across the country, including Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
Henderson police on Tuesday asked the public for help identifying the robber who hit a 7-Eleven in the 100 block of North Gibson Road on Sept. 20 and Sept. 25.
A new area manager has been named for the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area, a part of the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest just east of the Las Vegas Valley.
Aerospace scientists at Planetary Resources, an asteroid mining company, have a singular mission in mind: find energy resources in outerspace, utilize them on Earth and build out to rest of the solar system while making a business venture of it.
Five Las Vegans are facing federal charges in a "largescale" heroin trafficking case, the U.S Department of Justice announced Tuesday.
To say that four men who pulled more than $1 million from Bellagio craps tables defied the odds would be something of an understatement. The chances that they legitimately won as much as they did in one of their many sessions over the course of two years: 452 billion-to-1.
Grand jury indictments bring charges against 11 inmates involved in a July 1 disturbance at the state prison in northwest Arizona.
Clark County commissioners are considering a proposal that would require drivers of ride-hailing companies to get individual business licenses.
An American soldier was fatally shot Tuesday during a training exercise at Fort Campbell, a spokesman for the U.S. Army base said.
The father of champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. claims he was tricked into signing a contract for public relations consulting by a woman who agreed to help him set up a nonprofit corporation.
New details are emerging about the deadly U.S. bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan in what the charity has called a "war crime."
She has gone from Western High School to the White House with a lot of stops in between during her storied career in the Air Force.
So far, at least 16 people have died in weather-related incidents: 14 in South Carolina and at least two in North Carolina.
A man was held at gunpoint, beaten and robbed at an east valley ATM in September, and Las Vegas police need help finding his attackers.
NATO on Tuesday rejected Moscow's explanation that its warplanes had violated alliance member Turkey's air space by mistake and said Russia was sending more ground troops to Syria and building up its naval presence.
Edward Snowden says he's offered "many times" to go to prison in the United States as part of a deal to return from exile in Russia but is still waiting for an answer from the American government.
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