North Las Vegas police responded to an apartment complex where a man was shot Thursday afternoon.
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A 64-year-old Las Vegas man was sentenced to between six and 15 years in prison Thursday for spraying another man with gasoline and setting him on fire at a Circle K.
A former leader in the white supremacist movement testified Thursday that he once had a conversation with Leland Jones about the 1998 shooting deaths of two Las Vegas men, and Jones admitted his involvement.
Nevada received 60 medical marijuana establishment applications by mail since the Monday deadline, pushing the number of applications received to 497, a state official said Thursday.
A state appointed panel reviewing the burgeoning medical marijuana industry is looking to the highly regulated gaming industry on the issue of transferring interests in businesses.
A speeding motorcyclist trying to avoid a traffic stop Thursday morning near Flamingo Road and Rainbow Boulevard was seriously injured after he crashed, Las Vegas police said.
Former Democractic Assemblyman Steven Brooks agreed to plead guilty in connection with a domestic battery case and undergo a mental health evaluation, his attorney said in court Thursday.
UMC officials explained the planned layoffs of more than 200 workers Thursday, saying that they want the public hospital to survive financially and preserve essential services such as the trauma center, burn care center, organ transplants and the Children’s Hospital of Nevada.
The man who died Wednesday in a crash near Boulder Highway and Russell Road was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office on Thursday.
The Clark County coroner’s office on Wednesday released the name of the man who was found on Tuesday night after an apparent murder-suicide in a central valley home.
Prosecutors paying witnesses’ rent may have derailed justice for years in Clark County criminal cases, Las Vegas defense attorneys fear.
Las Vegas got a screaming deal on used fire rescue vehicles Wednesday, picking up four rescues that are being loaned from North Las Vegas for a grand total of $10.
As attorneys presented closing arguments in Robert Jackson’s trial on nearly a dozen charges related to a 2007 Strip shooting on Wednesday, prosecutor Marc DiGiacomo told jurors that Jackson eluded authorities for years “because the evidence is so darn compelling.”
Classes begin in Clark County School District on Monday, and the Southern Nevada Health District is urging parents to bring their pre-school, kindergarten and 7th-grade children to a health district location for their vaccines and boosters.
Inspections for canopy cracks have grounded more than half the Air Force fleet of F-16D Fighting Falcon jets including two assigned to Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas.
The road leading down to Lake Mohave through Eldorado Canyon has been closed since Aug. 4, but the National Park Service is struggling to keep visitors off the flood-damaged route south of Boulder City.
University Medical Center is laying off 224 employees, a move the public hospital is making to save $21.2 million, Clark County officials said Wednesday.
Local emergency rooms remain in “crisis mode” as mentally ill patients seeking care continue to overload hospitals ill-equipped to meet their needs, despite Gov. Brian Sandoval taking action in June to mitigate the problem.
Storms above Henderson, Lake Las Vegas and nearby highways prompted the National Weather Service to issue a flash flood warning Wednesday evening.
Seven nonunion police sergeants and lieutenants are suing the North Las Vegas Police Supervisors Association over a union fee they say isn’t legal.
At least one car occupant was briefly trapped Wednesday afternoon following a rollover accident in the central valley, Las Vegas police said.
A man is in the hospital following a central valley house fire, the Las Vegas Fire Department said.
As police in Missouri confront race protests with heavy arms and armor, U.S. Sen. Harry Reid of Nevada said he supports allowing local forces to continue accepting surplus military weaponry, but with better oversight and training on how they are put to use.
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