Over a month after a newly-formed search and rescue group had its trailer and equipment stolen, the items are still missing, Las Vegas police said Thursday.
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A 16-year-old boy was critically wounded in an east valley stabbing early Thursday morning, Las Vegas police said.
The watchful eye of a mother can be hard to escape, which is why a group of mothers are banding together each day to walk the streets of a Chicago neighborhood that's rife with violence. They wear bright pink T-shirts that read "Moms on Patrol" because they want to do more than watch; they want to be seen.
Executive Director John Hill, who has led the agency that provides housing to low-income families since 2010, is under fire from several housing authority commissioners who claim he's violated multiple agency policies.
The state treasurer's office will accept applications through Nov. 30 for early enrollment in Nevada's new education savings accounts.
If you have ever dreamed about becoming a millionaire, that dream is only about $4 away, especially if you are in your 20s.
It's vacation season for much of the world, with travelers flocking to airports to jet off for some hard-earned R&R. Airports are also hubs for human trafficking.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan will announce the closing of Baltimore's troubled jail, the target of legal action over squalid conditions, the Baltimore Sun reported on Thursday.
While we wait for football season to start, some of the big names who switched teams before today's baseball trade deadline will be on display this weekend in several marquee matchups in the majors highlighted by the Washington Nationals vs. New York Mets and the Los Angeles Angels vs. Los Angeles Dodgers.
NEW YORK - Still hoping for the day airlines let all customers check bags and make reservation changes for free?
Planned Parenthood said electronic traffic to its websites was snarled by computer hackers on Wednesday in the second cyber attack mounted against the healthcare organization this week amid a controversy over alleged sales of aborted fetal tissue.
Adventure seekers beware: those clouds could bring flash floods to Mount Charleston.
Defense lawyers trying to save the life of Colorado movie rampage gunman James Holmes have called witness after witness to take the stand just feet from where he sits, tethered to the floor, expressionless. All of them, from his former piano teacher to friends of his parents, referred to him as "Jimmy," the child they once knew.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has not been able to contact the American dentist accused of killing a beloved lion in Zimbabwe, agency director Dan Ashe said on Thursday.
If anything unusual happens to you Friday, you'll be right to say it was "once in a blue moon."
A rapidly spreading brushfire burning in parched timberland north of San Francisco has forced the evacuation of 500 people and destroyed several buildings less than 12 hours after it broke out, fire officials said on Thursday.
Malaysia is "almost certain" that plane debris found on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean is from a Boeing 777, the deputy transport minister said on Thursday, heightening the possibility it could be wreckage from missing Flight MH370.
Metro is looking for a trio they said were involved in a carjacking robbery in April.
Her husband praises her for her efforts to improve the lives of Nevadans, ticking off issues she works on including prescription drug abuse, homelessness, various programs for school children, and mental health. Yet she is rarely recognized for it. By her own choice.
If your student doesn't excel at high-stakes testing, like many students, getting into college might be getting easier.
LAKE MEAD — Windy conditions have slowed fishing activity, though fishermen focusing on catfish have had good luck with stink baits and anchovies.
Defense lawyer Brian Bloomfield may avoid permanent disbarment even though he pleaded guilty to charges related to forging court documents and destroying evidence.
They can still be loud — and, in some cases, very nearly naked — but Fremont Street’s buskers might soon have to ply their trade where Las Vegas tells them to.