A Nevada assemblywoman and Las Vegas bail bondsmen are fighting a Las Vegas Municipal Court they say is “money hungry” and bad for business.
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By the time federal agents were on his trail, Robert Dixon Dunn appeared to have hunted down another potential victim.
Metro’s hazardous material unit investigated a suspicious “possible device” found near UNLV on Wednesday, and everything turned out to be safe.
Lamb Boulevard, south of the 215 Beltway, is shut down after a multi-vehicle crash killed three people and left a fourth in “extremely critical” condition, North Las Vegas police said.
Las Vegas police on Wednesday released photos and video they said shows a man burglarizing a south valley house.
A 16-year-old boy who was reported missing since April 1 has been found, North Las Vegas police said.
A divided Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved plans for a tourism improvement district to pay for a controversial parking garage, which was once meant to support an even more controversial $200 million, 24,000-seat soccer stadium downtown.
Prosecutors have added charges against a man accused of leaving the scene of a crash that killed two people on a moped.
Charles “Beeps” Stango is back in New Jersey facing federal charges of participating in a scheme to kill a rival crime syndicate member there.
The Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday approved a complicated land swap deal that will see the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District build a $14 million library near Eastern Avenue and Charleston Boulevard while the Natural History Museum takes over the old Las Vegas Library near Cashman Field.
The worst of the wind is over, but the Las Vegas Valley will continue to see breezy conditions through the weekend.
A woman convicted in the brutal beating death of a 49-year-old man was sentenced to 28 years to life in prison Wednesday.
Common Core computerized testing is not functioning for the second day in three states across the nation, including Nevada, state education officials confirmed Wednesday.
Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting in the central valley that left one person with wounds to the face.
Wind knocked out power at the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s production facilities Tuesday night, which may result in delivery delays to some customers Wednesday morning.
New reports show the number of homes languishing unsold on the Las Vegas market is on the rise. Industry observers blame the trend on unreasonable seller expectations based on median prices that gained 25 percent a year in 2013 and 2014 but have since gone flat.
Thousands of valley residents are experiencing power outages after strong winds invaded the valley Tuesday night.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is taking awareness of its 1½-year, 14-mile Flamingo Road Improvements Project on the road. Mobile open houses are planned at seven locations on the $40.3 million project that begins this month and is expected to be completed in fall 2016.
Community organizer and volunteer Miriam Katz, called Mimi by friends and loved ones, died Saturday following a brief battle with brain cancer.
Low-income students will have home Internet access for $9.95 a month and may be eligible for a new computer at $160 through Connect2Compete.
A Clark County School District bus hit a pedestrian Tuesday afternoon in the central valley, resulting in minor injuries to the pedestrian, according to Las Vegas police.
Under a partnership with the Desert Research Institute’s Nevada Center for Excellence, the Las Vegas Valley Water District is testing a new leak detection system that listens for signs of trouble along the 30-inch-diameter pipe beneath Las Vegas Boulevard that serves the Strip resorts from Harmon Avenue south.
Las Vegas police evacuated residences in the southwest valley during a standoff that lasted about five hours Tuesday night.