The Clark County School District faces a federal lawsuit over allegations that it exposed children to a predatory teacher after neglecting to warn parents about his history of suspected student sex abuse.
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A man who died Monday outside his apartment in Henderson was shot multiple times in the back and face by his child's mother's boyfriend, according to police documents.
A man shot to death near downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday has been identified as John M. Vounas.
A man was detained at McCarran International Airport after boarding a plane bound for Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday when $200,000 worth of heroin and cocaine were found in his checked bag, officials said Thursday.
A man in a wheelchair died after a sedan crashed into a bus stop and hit him hard enough to knock his shoes off Thursday afternoon.
Visitors to areas affected by Zika virus are being asked to hold onto their blood, for now.
A fire burned through an apartment building just southeast of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Thursday night, the Clark County Fire Department said.
Pentagon planners are giving Nellis and Creech Air Force bases a big boost in the president's budget request that should keep them flying high for the next five years to train fighter pilots and test the nation's latest high-tech aircraft.
Thursday's temperatures were about 10 degrees below normal, but the weekend's warming trend will restore normal temperatures to the Las Vegas Valley.
A house fire that displaced two people Thursday was caused by an unattended candle, Las Vegas Fire and Rescue said.
Love has returned to downtown. Nova May, the artist who created the Love Locket at the Downtown Container Park, was on hand Thursday as people lined up to donate $10 to add locks to the sculpture. The event benefited the American Heart Association.
This motion was filed Monday in Clark County District Court by attorneys representing Steven C. Jacobs, a party in a wrongful termination lawsuit against the Las Vegas Sands Corp., Sands China Ltd. and Sheldon G. Adelson.
A man taken to the hospital in "extremely critical condition" after being shot in the head in the west Las Vegas Valley early Thursday morning has died.
A house fire late Wednesday night has displaced six people, the Clark County Fire Department said.
A man was shot dead Thursday afternoon on South Rainbow Boulevard, just off the Rainbow Curve, police said.
Angela Brown stood in a Las Vegas courtroom Thursday wearing her grandmother's pearl earrings and her mother's black high-heel shoes, facing the drunken driver who killed them and injured five others on Christmas Eve 2014.
A federal jury in Las Vegas returned a defense verdict Thursday in the Copper Sands Homeowners Association's breach-of-contract case against a California management company.
The man who died after his van crashed into a power pole in the northwest valley Wednesday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner.
The “stupid stunt” that led to widespread lead contamination in Flint, Michigan, has dealt a blow to public confidence in water systems everywhere — even in places like Southern Nevada, where lead pipes are not an issue.
A 60-year-old man died Wednesday evening after the van he was driving slammed into a northwest valley power-line pole.
Tips from both detectives and the public led to a suspected bank robber's arrest Wednesday morning, Las Vegas police said that night.
The Copper Sands Homeowners Association is seeking an $8.9 million jury verdict in a breach-of-contract case against a California management company.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee faced a roller coaster year in 2015, but he gave no inkling of any downside in his 2016 State of the City speech last Thursday.