Three people are dead and four are in critical condition after a two-vehicle collision early Sunday morning on Interstate 15 near the Las Vegas Speedway.
A high school baseball player and a man with a history of petty crime were arrested Saturday in connection with the death of a 15-year-old boy who was run over by their SUV when he refused to give up his iPad, police said Sunday.
In the depths of the Great Recession, downtown Las Vegas defied economic gravity with a building boom that included bars, restaurants, a new City Hall and the Mob Museum.
UNLV will celebrate its 50th commencement on Sunday with about 2,500 graduates receiving diplomas.
Over 2,000 uninsured patients receive free medical care at the Volunteers in Medicine of Southern Nevada’s clinic at Paradise Park, inside the old recreation center. The nonprofit is now getting ready to establish a second free clinic for those who don’t have access to health care services.
Sandra Allred DiGiacomo said Henderson can do better than incumbent Judge Mark Stevens in the race for Henderson Municipal Court Judge Department 1.
A man died when a tanker-trailer exploded and blew a gaping hole in the roof of a privately owned truck depot building adjacent to Nellis Air Force Base late Friday morning.
Just when things were heating up, Las Vegas got a little chilly with its residents.
Most local libraries will be staying open an hour later, the governing board decided Thursday night. Hours at the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District’s 14 urban branches were cut three years ago amid plunging tax revenues. Nearly 100 jobs were eliminated then, too.
A busy Las Vegas intersection will be a four-way stop until 10 p.m. Thursday night.