Ankle bracelets and electronic monitoring will become more widely used in Clark County this year as officials look for ways to save money and decrease the soaring inmate population at the Clark County Detention Center.
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A man suffered critical injuries after crashing a vehicle into a tree near the intersection of Charleston and Valley View boulevards Saturday morning, Las Vegas police.
Andrew Magness, who has taught at Valley High School for eight years, recently was named Clark County’s Educator of the Month for February.
Catholic Charities of Southern Nevada celebrated an early Easter in North Las Vegas on Saturday.
Two adults and six children were displaced after a house fire Saturday evening in the southeast valley, according to the Clark County Fire Department.
A man died after he crashed a car into the back of a bus that was stopped on an Interstate 15 shoulder early Saturday morning, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
A Metro SWAT unit was called to a central valley home for nearly four hours Saturday afternoon after a man locked himself in the house following a domestic dispute, Las Vegas police said.
The Las Vegas Valley’s water parks picked the ideal day for their season openers.
As more than 43 high school teams convened for the FIRST® Robotics Las Vegas Regional Competition, it’s easy to focus on the students and the intricate robots they designed, but their mentors and coaches are the reason they’re able to compete in the first place.
Launched 25 years ago this month with the opening of Summerlin Parkway — the massive master-planned community became more than Sin City’s bedroom community.
A crash between a minivan and a truck towing a boat caused the boat to roll over on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 95 near Boulder City, delaying traffic Saturday afternoon.
Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument first superintendent, Vincent Santucci, a senior geologist and paleontologist for the entire National Park Service, just wrapped up his first week on the job.
A former Henderson police officer says he retired after complaints about his “display” of his Muslim faith — which apparently consisted of wearing a traditional head covering.
A 29-year-old Louisiana man was killed and northbound Interstate 15 near Cheyenne Avenue was closed for over five hours after a Saturday afternoon motorcycle crash, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid’s Friday announcement that he will not seek re-election in 2016 left many Nevadans wondering what the future holds for the Silver State after its most powerful voice at home and in Washington passes from the scene.
A person died Saturday morning in a fiery, single-vehicle crash that closed an intersection for several hours, North Las Vegas police said.
The man was going eastbound on his 2015 Harley Davidson Dyna Fat Bob on Windmill Lane about 7:50 a.m., approaching Paradise Road, when he collided with a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS.
Nevada Supreme Court Justice Nancy Saitta on Friday called for a unified effort to achieve child welfare system improvements identified in a report issued by a nine-person state Blue Ribbon for Kids Commission.
A dozen dignitaries including three members of Nevada’s congressional delegation pitched the first shovelfuls of dirt Friday to launch construction of the state’s first Fisher House where families of wounded warriors can stay while their loved ones recover at the North Las Vegas VA Medical Center.
The Korean War ended before Jim Simmons could be a combat fighter pilot. But on Friday afternoon in Henderson, the 84-year-old took to the skies in the same plane he last flew in training in the early 1950s.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush hasn’t officially said he’s running for the White House, yet he’s already got his eye on Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval as his potential vice presidential running mate.
Sen. Harry Reid’s retirement raises questions about the future of the powerful political organization he has used to keep an iron grip on the Nevada Democratic Party for a decade.
A former Nevada Youth Training Center inmate claims he was subjected to cruel and unusual punishment at the Elko facility. Jaylyn Garcia-Davis, now 20 and residing in a state prison, claims he was placed in a small room without a toilet or running water and was hogtied for hours. He also claims two male staff members broke his hand while restraining him.
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