Las Vegas police investigated an east valley shooting Sunday night.
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A man died in a shooting that closed a southwest valley intersection Sunday night, Las Vegas police said.
Landing the Tesla Gigafactory was a huge economic victory for Nevada by most accounts, but the state needs to do much more at the end point of production to promote electrical vehicle use, according to a report by a nonprofit group promoting energy efficiency.
With glitzier modes of passenger rail seemingly having fallen by the track, Rep. Dina Titus says Las Vegas should look into what it might take to restore conventional Amtrak service to Southern California.
Berwick’s Urban Lounge’s recent opening in downtown Henderson is being looked to as a possible first step in what city officials and business leaders hope is the start of something bigger.
The secretary of Florida’s prison system has fired nearly three dozen guards in the wake of the recent scrutiny given to inmate deaths across the state during recent years, the Miami Herald newspaper reported.
District Attorney Steve Wolfson has scrambled over the past year to review and change controversial witness payment practices. But what Wolfson tells the public has differed from what his prosecutors argue in court.
One person is hospitalized after a Sunday shooting, according to Las Vegas police.
An international day of action on climate change brought tens of thousands onto the streets of New York City on Sunday, with organizers predicting the biggest protest on the issue in five years.
A man is dead after he was run over by a semi-truck near downtown Las Vegas.
NASA’s Maven spacecraft is on track to reach the red planet late Sunday night following a journey spanning 10 months and 442 million miles.
The Turkish government won’t reveal details of a covert operation that ensured the release of 49 people held hostage by the Islamic State group, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday.
Supporters called Thursday to keep alive and expand a program that works to reduce teen pregnancy rates among African-American girls in Southern Nevada.
Congress voted last week to give President Barack Obama the green light to arm and train rebels in Syria to fight against violent jihadist forces in the Middle East.
Word that Tesla Motors is taking up residency in Northern Nevada has companies around the world doing a double-take of the Reno-Sparks area and inquiring about what the Silver State has to offer, an economic development official said.
In other cities, an officer who kills an unarmed man under suspicious circumstances and accused of lying to cover his tracks might be prosecuted. In Las Vegas, Bryan Yant kept his job. And now he’s taken on a role that will make him more influential at Metro.
A man was seriously injured after several vehicles caused a crash while racing in the east valley Saturday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
Two men robbed a Henderson store of cash and jewelry Saturday night, Henderson police said.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal and its staff won first place for general excellence for the sixth year in a row Saturday in the Nevada Press Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest.
Here’s the list of winners in the Nevada Press Association 2014 Better Newspaper Contest, announced Saturday night at the newspaper organization’s annual convention in North Las Vegas.
A historic building burned down Saturday afternoon in the ghost town of Rhyolite, about 120 miles northwest of Las Vegas in west-central Nevada.
Rain fell intermittently near Moapa Saturday night, leading the National Weather Service to issue a flash flood advisory.
The Secret Service chief has stepped-up security outside the White House after a man with a knife who jumped the fence made it into the presidential residence before being apprehended, officials said Saturday.
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