In the pitch-black, early morning hours of March 5, Anthony Bruno followed his gut feeling, and it led to saving a man’s life.
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A transformer exploded near Eastern and Tropicana avenues around 5:30 p.m. Thursday, setting fire to several trees near an apartment building.
Police responded to the call at around 6 p.m. The extent of the rider’s injuries is unclear.
A fight is looming in federal court over how long to continue the May 2 trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy and 18 other defendants charged in the 2014 Bunkerville standoff.
North Las Vegas’ main budget priority is to hire more police, fire and business-related staff, but budget cuts in recent years have left the city with little money to do so.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority board approved a set of contracts Thursday to deliver groundwater to the Faraday Future factory site at Apex.
Las Vegas police are investigating a three-car crash in which a woman was killed.
A UNLV junior majoring in education has been awarded the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship, making her the school’s sixth recipient since 2008.
Clarendon “Clare” Hetrick, one of the last seven USS Arizona survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack that launched the United States into World War II, died in a Las Vegas hospital Monday, his family said. He was 92.
An American Airlines plane diverted to Phoenix after a bird strike cracked a cockpit window during takeoff from McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas.
Thousands of Clark County School District bus drivers, custodians and support staff may vote — again, for the fourth time — between two labor unions vying for power as their bargaining agent.
As the valley’s first medical marijuana dispensaries have set up shop over the past few months, with more on the way, they’re now lighting up “four twenty” — a day of the year, which is known to both smokers and nonsmokers of marijuana as a time to celebrate cannabis culture.
The Metropolitan Police Department said it will dedicate a semipermanent unit to the department’s violent crime initiative through the summer in a change of course coinciding with the recent crime wave.
Unlicensed sidewalk vendors using coolers on the Las Vegas Strip will face reduced penalties as a result of a recently approved Clark County ordinance aimed at making the rule easier to enforce.
Federal prosecutors argued in court papers Wednesday against releasing Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy in the criminal case stemming from the 2014 armed Bunkerville standoff with law enforcement.
She loved words and she knew how to use them: both to tell the story and to get it. Tenacious and trustworthy, the education reporter continued to get scoops even after she was promoted to assistant city editor in May 2008.
A black SUV slammed into a man on a bicycle about 3:20 p.m. on Tropicana Avenue, just west of the Eastern Avenue intersection.
Las Vegas police were called to the intersection of Tropicana Avenue and Maryland Parkway about 2:40 p.m.
A 31-yesar-old man was left in critical condition Wednesday afternoon after a crash in the central valley.
The careworn and condemned Riviera, which opened on this day in 1955, has been called many things over the years. But I’ll wager “a hotbed of Strip history worth preserving” is well down the list.
A California gang expert disputes claims by the valley’s top cops that this year’s spike in violent crimes was caused by an influx of gang members from Southern California.
Nevada’s chief federal judge Tuesday for the second time refused to let nationally known conservative lawyer Larry Klayman join Cliven Bundy’s defense team.
A 14-year-old youth football player passed away Monday night after collapsing at halftime of a National Youth Sports football game at Ed Fountain Park.