A man is hospitalized after a Monday night shooting in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
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Federal prosecutors say a new death threat against one of their own is playing into their efforts to withhold evidence from the public in the April 2014 Bunkerville standoff case.
A Las Vegas Metro police car was involved in a minor injury crash Monday morning.
Authorities say a man was arrested after he walked the wrong way through a security checkpoint at McCarran International Airport.
A pedestrian was hit by a bus in the central Valley on Monday, Las Vegas police said.
Retired Las Vegas Fire Chief Mike Myers has been selected as the new fire chief for Portland, Oregon.
Award honors seven current and former Las Vegas Review-Journal writers and editors who uncovered the newspaper’s sale to the family of casino executive Sheldon Adelson.
Oslo, Norway-based carrier announced Monday that it would start flying twice weekly on Mondays and Thursdays between McCarran International Airport and London’s Gatwick International on Oct. 31. The company plans to introduce the route with one-way fares of $199.
A vacant home caught fire in the East valley Sunday afternoon, according to the Clark County Fire Department.
The Clark County coroner Sunday has identified the man who was left dead after a possible road-rage shooting in North Las Vegas near Craig Road and North Fifth Street early Friday.
Led by former state lawmaker Barbara Buckley, the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada now offers attorney representation for those facing the possibility of having their constitutional rights stripped away through a court-approved guardianship.
Police are seeking the public’s help to find a missing 76-year-old man who may need medical help.
Road rage might have led a man to get out of a taxicab and lay down on Las Vegas Boulevard, police said. Traffic is backed up at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard and Flamingo Road because of a man who exited a taxicab and lay in the street, Metro spokesman Michael Rodriguez said.
The man who died after he was hit by a motorcycle while trying to cross Boulder Highway in Henderson just before midnight Thursday has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The Clark County coroner Saturday identified the man who crashed his motorcycle into a concrete barrier in Henderson on Friday afternoon and fell 18 feet.
After giving a favorable plea deal to the alleged ringleader of a series of armed jewelry store robberies, federal prosecutors in Las Vegas are under pressure to reconsider a harsher plea agreement they reached with one of his co-defendants.
Nevada Highway Patrol said the northbound U.S. Highway 95 lanes at Horizon Drive would be open sometime after 11:15 p.m. after being shut down for approximately two hours by a four-car crash.
A man died Friday after he crashed his motorcycle into a concrete barrier in Henderson. The crash occurred about 3:45 p.m. northbound on Stephanie Street just north of Russell Road, Henderson police spokeswoman Michelle French said.
An anchor at KTNV-TV, Channel 13, was arrested Thursday afternoon after she was suspected of drunken driving, the station reported Friday afternoon.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson won approval this week for a special unit to investigate claims of “actual innocence,” but a nonprofit group dedicated to criminal justice reform excoriated the prosecutor before he made the first hire for the project.
Members of a Nevada Supreme Court panel looking for help to fix the state’s beleaguered guardianship system know one thing: An office in Palm Beach County, Florida, that watchdogs its guardianship system has some much needed bite.
On Monday, the state attorney general’s office of military legal assistance will host a free workshop that pairs Nevada veterans with local lawyers to help sort through civil matters and assist with legal documents.
A flood control system will be built under an $8.8 million contract awarded Wednesday by the North Las Vegas City Council.