Three people were hit by gunfire at the Westfield Montgomery Mall outside Washington, D.C., in Maryland, police said on Friday, without specifying the condition of the victims.
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Boaty McBoatface had captured the public’s fancy but British officials said Friday the country’s newest polar research vessel will be christened Sir David Attenborough, in honor of the prominent naturalist and broadcaster.
The victim washed ashore in Brooklyn, his body wrapped in plastic garbage bags, his head and hands covered in duct tape and his feet submerged in concrete — fitted with a pair of fabled “cement shoes.”
An unmanned SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Friday blasted off from Florida to put a communications satellite into orbit, with the launch vehicle’s main-stage booster then making a swift return landing on an ocean platform, a live webcast showed.
A man died after he was ejected from his car on the 215 Beltway in the south valley Thursday night.
A 55-year-old federal prison inmate from North Las Vegas is one of 58 people whose long sentences on drug-related offenses were commuted Thursday by President Barack Obama.
An inmate serving a life sentence died at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center on Thursday.
The same stunt plane that crashed Saturday killing a Sky Combat Ace pilot and his passenger had been involved in a dangerous, low-flying maneuver in 2015 over the Colorado River south of Hoover Dam, according to Federal Aviation Administration officials.
This is the story of an American flag rising in the Henderson desert and the man who put it there.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal crash near the North Las Vegas Airport. The crash happened about 2:15 p.m. Thursday at a bus stop near the northwest corner of Decatur Boulevard and Smoke Ranch Road, Metro spokesman Larry Hadfield said.
Las Vegas Fire and Rescue responded to a blaze at a McDonald’s in the east valley Thursday afternoon.
It was a dreary day for a somber ceremony Thursday as law enforcement officers from around the state gathered in the rain to remember fallen capital city sheriff’s Deputy Carl Howell at the annual Law Enforcement Officers Memorial ceremony.
Officers are looking for a male suspect who shot and killed a woman and wounded a man outside a high school in suburban Washington, police said.
A Nevada lawyer and lobbyist and his wife are being sued by Bank of the West over the family’s Lake Tahoe house.
A former trash collector in Los Angeles was convicted Thursday of 10 “Grim Sleeper” serial killings that spanned two decades and targeted vulnerable young black women in the inner city.
James Hensley has filed a lawsuit that accuses the Clark County School District and employees at Desert Oasis High School of covering up a January 2014 attack on his 15-year-old son to avoid scrutiny from central administrators.
Gov. Brian Sandoval has ordered flags to be flown at half-staff Thursday in honor of National Police Week.
A swarm of dozens of mostly small earthquakes in a sparsely populated area of northwestern Arizona has continued with the strongest quake recorded so far.
Las Vegas Review-Journal videographer Rachel Aston has been nominated for two regional Emmys.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid says he thinks Gov. Brian Sandoval should vote for “none of the above” rather than for Donald Trump.
Seven children who were taken to perform for occupiers during the armed takeover of an Oregon wildlife refuge earlier this year have been placed in the temporary custody of Kansas child welfare officials.
Several thousands of people attended the March of the Living Thursday, a yearly remembrance march at Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Canadian officials began evacuating 8,000 people from work camps north of devastated Fort McMurray by air on Thursday and hoped to move thousands more via a highway convoy Friday if it is safe from a massive wildfire raging in Alberta that has grown to 210,035 acres.
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