A man is dead after a Metro-involved shooting early Saturday morning in North Las Vegas, the Police Department said. Las Vegas police were called about 3:15 a.m. to a business in the 5000 block of East Craig Road, near Nellis Boulevard, on reports of "a larceny from a person," a Metro release states.
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Caught in the grip of the nation's economic struggles, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas has struggled for the past four years to recover from a plunge in student attendance.
The North Las Vegas City Council has approved a contract with the union that represents the city's firefighters.
An 83-year-old man who went missing from a casino lobby and was found dead two days later died of heart complications, according to the Clark County coroner's office.
If it isn't good enough that we've reached the weekend, the National Weather Service has some good news for Las Vegans.
Delays in hiring staff and completing building repairs have pushed back next week's planned reopening of Nevada's only maximum-security juvenile correctional facility in Clark County.
Las Vegas police are looking for two "persons of interest" in connection with a fatal shooting in the southwest valley Thursday night.
Delores Schafer's last day began with a makeover. The nurses painted her nails and coiffed her hair, which lay matted after weeks on a hospital bed in the cancer ward at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City.
The Rev. Jerome "Jerry" Blankinship, a leader in the the Las Vegas Valley's religious community for nearly a half century, died Thursday after a tough bout with pneumonia. He was 81.
After a devastating fire that burned most of their gear, Vegas Balloon Rides managed to gather gear from its parent company and get back in the air 10 days later.
Evidence fails to support claims that the diabetes drug Actos causes bladder cancer, a lawyer for the drug's manufacturer said Friday.
A 4-year-old boy who died after being found in a hot car had been there at least two to three hours, Las Vegas police said Friday.
A former UNLV football player who claims a surgeon botched a spinal surgery and ended his football career told a jury Friday he went from "playing football to being damn-near crippled" within weeks of the procedure.
Less than three weeks before Shauna Tiaffay was bludgeoned to death in her Summerlin apartment, confessed hitman Noel Stevens asked an acquaintance to pawn a diamond ring.
The lawsuit filed this week against the state's sweeping school choice program did not shock Gov. Brian Sandoval. Both opponents and fans of the education savings accounts, which offer about $5,000 in tax dollars for students to use at private or religious schools, fully expected a legal challenge when the governor signed legislation creating the new program.
At 84, Mary Luebeck had beaten the odds. She left a life of poverty in Puerto Rico, worked hard in New York and Chicago, then retired to Las Vegas, where she also beat cancer. In the Las Vegas chapter of her story, Luebeck tried to improve the odds of others.
Symphony Park could soon see its first groundbreaking since 2010. PH Symphony Park LLC — a company owned by Molasky Group Chairman and Las Vegas developer Irwin Molasky — hopes to build up to 300,000 square feet of office space on nearly 6 acres of park property right across the street from the Molasky Corporate Center.
Weekend temperatures in the Las Vegas valley will be hotter than normal, but it's nothing we haven't seen before.
Henderson and Boulder City police handed out nearly 400 tickets during a recent initiative to crack down on speeding and distracted driving, the departments announced Thursday.
McCarran International Airport had its largest post-recession month-over-month passenger percentage increase in July, breaking the 4 million barrier for the first time in more than seven years.
A 4-year-old boy died Thursday night after he was left in a hot car in the east valley, Las Vegas police said.
Clark County's dispute with its largest union isn't over yet, despite an arbitrator's award of a new contract.
The mile-and-a-half stretch of Tropicana Avenue between Decatur Boulevard and Interstate 15 has long been notorious among police for its abundance of prostitutes.
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