In year three of downtown’s Life is Beautiful festival, nearby residents are hopeful but skeptical that by working with city officials they’ll be able address some of the issues the pary creates during the three-day event.
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A now former special education teacher at Andre Agassi College Preparatory Academy has been charged with sexually abusing and assaulting a child.
Nevada Highway Patrol said the rapper was driving 87 mph in a 55 mph zone.
A panel of Las Vegas media executives the Internet has brought news outlets millions of new readers and viewers, but not the revenue needed to maintain quality news coverage.
Derrick Andrews, the alleged getaway driver in the slaying of 44-year-old mother of four Tammy Meyers, has hired new attorneys.
The Nevada Transportation Department on Wednesday unveiled plans for a 4.5-mile, $12.5 million overhaul of Las Vegas Boulevard North.
Doctors have to report their medical malpractice lawsuits, why shouldn’t hospitals?
The man charged with sexual assault and kidnapping after police said he impregnated his 17-year-old stepdaughter and abandoned her with her toddler sister, who later died, appeared in court Thursday.
Look to the northern valley mountains for a possible light show on Thursday as there are chances for thunderstorms and showers, the National Weather Service said.
Las Vegas City Council members approved a pay raise for the city manager as a way to bring the administrator’s pay in line with that of her peers in other jurisdictions.
A North Las Vegas family demands an apology from Somerset Academy after their daughter’s teacher told her to remove a Bible verse from a school assignment.
The move to privatize North Las Vegas’ human resources department by hiring Prism Global Management Group comes amid allegations by two longtime HR employees that Mayor John Lee is abusing his authority.
The Clark County School District will increase class sizes in grades four and above as it attempts to alleviate an estimated $52 million shortfall in a $2.3 billion budget for the 2015-16 school year that trustees approved Wednesday.
The Las Vegas police force just got bigger. In a ceremony at the Orleans Hotel on Wednesday, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department welcomed 68 graduates from the Police Officer Academy Class 11-2014.
Three aging sailors attending a USS Utah convention in Las Vegas retell their stories about the day Japanese warplanes attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, to start World War II.
The new North Las Vegas chief of police was sworn in by an enthusiastic City Council on Wednesday night. Alexander Perez is the first Hispanic to officially serve as the city’s top cop.
Northbound traffic on Boulder Highway, near Russell Road, has reopened after a fatal crash Wednesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
Oscar Madera-Diez woke to a soft knock on his front door early Monday. When he opened the door, he saw his teenage neighbor. “He just mumbled, ‘You guys should probably get out because I set a fire in our apartment,’ ” Madera-Diez said in Spanish.
Wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua pleaded not guilty in federal court Wednesday to felony charges contained in a new illegal gambling indictment against him.
“Pawn Stars” star Rick Harrison was granted a waiver from Las Vegas’ neon sign ordinance for his new container park, Pawn Plaza, on the boulevard Wednesday.
It’s safe to swim in Las Vegas public pools, but you might want to wear your flip-flops before getting in and after getting out. All six of Las Vegas’ city-run pools recently tested negative for staphylococcus and MRSA, a bacteria that causes skin irritation, the city announced Wednesday morning.
Las Vegas will soon have the money to build a much-ballyhooed downtown parking garage, and an extra $20 million to boot.
If accurate, a new drought prediction would force Nevada to reduce its Colorado River water use by 4 percent while Arizona and Mexico take larger cuts.