A Las Vegas man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges of threatening President Barack Obama and other government officials.
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A resident of the Colorado River community of Topock in northwest Arizona has been arrested in the sexual assault and slaying of a California teenager 32 years ago.
A murder case that the Nevada Supreme Court remanded for retrial over breached Miranda rights ended in a hung jury and mistrial Tuesday.
A Laughlin man convicted of second-degree murder for killing his octogenarian father was sentenced Tuesday to 18 to 45 years in prison.
A house fire that left a man dead and hospitalized two women Monday afternoon was likely set intentionally, Las Vegas police said.
The Clark County coroner's office has identified one of two people killed in a pair of shootings near downtown Monday, which Las Vegas police said were related.
Las Vegas police said a man stabbed and kidnapped his wife when she said she would leave him.
A man and a woman were shot dead Monday night in a downtown neighborhood, Las Vegas police said.
Neighbors of an east Las Vegas home that burned Monday said they found some occupants bound and bleeding as the flames rapidly consumed the small, one-story house at 52 Sherrill Circle.
A Las Vegas woman who killed her aunt's boyfriend in 2002, claiming he was abusive, was denied a pardon Monday that was sought because of her severe medical condition.
A video showing two sheriff's deputies using their fists and batons to batter a suspect who seemed to be surrendering in a San Francisco alley has prompted two Bay Area public defenders to call for criminal charges against the officers.
Edward Lugo, a leading player in the scheme to takeover and defraud homeowners associations, says he got a bad deal from the government.
Law enforcement agencies in Nevada reported 24 hate crimes in 2014, according to the FBI.
Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in the street in the west part of the valley late Sunday.
A man who authorities said killed himself after robbing a bank on Friday was identified by the Clark County coroner's office on Monday.
The showdown over sage grouse in Nevada heads to a federal courtroom, where lawyers for the attorney general's office and rural interests will ask a judge to block federal land-use restrictions intended to protect the bird and its habitat.
As cars traveling west on East Flamingo Road pulled forward Friday morning toward South Pecos Road's green light, a blue Ford Focus did not.
Lawyers for a Las Vegas man serving a life sentence for a 1994 murder he says he didn't commit urged the Nevada Supreme Court on Friday to reopen the case based on new evidence they say exonerates their client.
Gunmen and bombers attacked restaurants, a concert hall and a sports stadium at locations across Paris on Friday, killing at least 120 people in a deadly rampage that a shaken President Francois Hollande called an unprecedented terrorist attack.
Just hours before a man was shot and killed by Boulder City police in March, his wife of six weeks told him she was leaving.
An 80-year-old woman died Thursday after she was struck by a pickup near a central valley drug store.
A Nevada attorney who was acquitted of a misdemeanor obstruction charge in March has sued the Metropolitan Police Department in U.S. District Court, claiming violation of constitutional rights, false arrest and negligence.
Reality TV personality Johnny Jimenez Jr. was arrested in connection with battery and domestic violence in the valley in October, Las Vegas police said Thursday.