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A coalition to fight human trafficking in Nevada is showing signs of strain.
Receiving advice from Vice President Joe Biden and meeting White House senior administration officials are some of the perks of Kaleema Ishmel’s first full-time job. Ishmel, 19, is a 2013 Valley High School graduate who was chosen for a White House summer internship.
Many familiar names and a few new ones are among the 28 medical marijuana establishment applications filed with Henderson by Thursday’s deadline. Eleven of these applicants were not chosen in June by Clark County commissioners for potential dispensary approval in unincorporated areas.
Nevada Republicans working to win majority control of the state Senate in the Nov. 4 general election will be getting some help from national GOP organizations dedicated to dominating state legislatures across the country.
Two people went missing while swimming at Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Sunday, park officials say.
Four people were shot and one of them died early Sunday morning in the north valley, Las Vegas police say.
The man facing charges of trying to steal underwear and costumes from the burly male dancers of “Thunder From Down Under” at the Excalibur in March said he never tried to rob anybody, and 911 tapes might support his claim.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified the Las Vegas man who died earlier this week after being struck by a car while walking on Interstate 15 near Moapa.
Two pedestrians were struck by a car while crossing the street in the west valley Saturday night.
A woman died early Sunday morning after the truck she was driving left the roadway and struck multiple objects.
A man died after he was hit by a truck in the west valley Sunday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
Detectives with the North Las Vegas police department are investigating the deadly shooting of a teenager Saturday night.
The idea of a full-scale smoking ban in Nevada casinos seems out of place. The “No Smoking” concept doesn’t fit the Strip’s “do anything” reputation.
There’s been a fair amount of fiction among the “facts” a number of readers have shared about the Freeway and Arterial System of Transportation, but the bottom line is this: FAST isn’t perfect, so start your drive a little early.
A bid by Democrats to negate the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case on insurance coverage for birth control was blocked in the U.S. Senate last week.
So far, 2014 has been a particularly violent year for officers. The Metropolitan Police Department has seen a spike in officer involved shootings across the valley. But a national expert says statistics are cyclical and don’t accurately measure whether officers are facing more or less danger.
As Congress continues to focus its spotlight on health care delays and questionable medical practices at Veterans Affairs facilities across the nation, the VA Medical Center in North Las Vegas finds itself caught in a rising tide of veterans moving to the area coupled with a shortage of doctors to care for them.
Gay marriage activists in Nevada have an unlikely fiscal ally: domestic violence programs.
Beefing up the police presence on Fremont Street Experience combined with sometimes confusing and legally questionable ordinances crafted by the Las Vegas City Council seems to have made a difference that can be felt. The mall feels safer today than it did six months ago.
More than 200 people, many in white T-shirts and others waving Palestinian flags, rallied in Las Vegas on Saturday with a message: “I Stand with Gaza.”
The city of Henderson is weighing in on an attempt to remove Mayor Andy Hafen over term limits.
Animal rights activists are upset after two Florida teen girls threw, crushed and lit an endangered tortoise on fire, killing the creature — all while laughing about it and filming it. The video got attention after being posted to a Nevada animal rights group’s Facebook page.