A traffic safety expert is calling on Clark County and local municipalities to reduce the speed limit on some Southern Nevada streets as a means to make pedestrians and bicyclists safer.
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An Oregon woman arrested on a drug charge while traveling in East Timor arrived home in Portland on Wednesday to a swarm of national and local media after six months of diplomatic negotiations.
Las Vegas police need the public’s help identifying two attackers after two men were stabbed outside a restaurant in Chinatown.
Amid an intense legal battle to get criminal charges dismissed, the son of wealthy Malaysian businessman Paul Phua has agreed to plead guilty in what prosecutors say was an illegal international betting scheme.
A truck driver who may have been fatigued veered into oncoming traffic on a rural Washington state highway on Thursday, killing a woman driving a car and crashing into a school bus loaded with children, a state trooper said.
More than 3,000 NV Energy customers got their power back Thursday after an outage in downtown Las Vegas and adjacent areas.
Miracle Flights for Kids provides a great service to low-income kids in need of medical help, but try to find out how the organization operates, and you might become frustrated.
North Korea’s official KCNA news agency called Thursday’s knife attack on the U.S. ambassador to South Korea “deserved punishment” for U.S. military exercises with South Korea, calling the assault “the knife of justice.”
A man is being sought by police after kicking in a door and attacking a woman with a “large knife” in the area of Charleston Boulevard and Sahara Avenue in late February, Las Vegas police said Thursday.
Nevada is going through a growth spurt and Clark County is leading the way. And the trend is probably going to continue at least for the next 18 years based on projections by Nevada Demographer Jeff Hardcastle.
Participants in the massive effort to pack Las Vegas home owner association boards say they took “loans” they didn’t have to repay but also feared key figures had organized crime ties.
The public can attend or watch a televised fact-finding review Monday of a police shooting in June 2014 that killed a man after he shot at Henderson police officers. Ryan Allen Marone, 36, was shot to death June 11 last year by Henderson police who were responding to reports of gunfire at Marone’s parents’ home at 489 Flat Plains Ave., near Horizon Ridge Parkway and Gibson Road.
A 78-year-old Mesquite man died Tuesday when his car fell into a lake after he sped through an intersection and crashed into a curb, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Clark County commissioners on Wednesday delayed making any decisions on revoking the permit of a 46-lion facility that has more animals than allowed, but both sides are still working on a compromise for the Lion Habitat Ranch that also has a giraffe, emus and ostriches.
Las Vegas Valley Water District customers will see their rates go up in each of the next three years to help pay for a new deep-water pumping station at Lake Mead.
New York City public schools will now observe two Muslim holidays, officials announced Wednesday, making the district — the nation’s biggest — one of the few to put Islamic holy days on its calendar.
A team led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has found the sunken Japanese warship Musashi, one of the largest battleships ever built, where it was sunk during World War Two off the coast of the Philippines, the billionaire said on Wednesday.
The U.S. ambassador to South Korea was slashed in the face by an unidentified assailant at a public forum in the capital early on Thursday, police and a witness said.
Four patients at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles were infected with a drug-resistant “superbug” bacteria during endoscopic procedures that may have exposed 64 others since last August, the hospital said on Wednesday.
Iran’s foreign minister said in a U.S. television interview on Wednesday he believed “we are very close” to a nuclear arms deal with six major world powers, but cautioned there were details that needed to be worked out.
U.S. authorities had sought to deport to Cameroon a homeless man later shot dead by police in Los Angeles, but they had to release him from custody after Cameroonian authorities failed to respond to requests for a travel document, an immigration official said on Wednesday.
Two people were killed and five injured before dawn on Wednesday after gunfire erupted at a nightclub and nearby gas station in a Los Angeles suburb before the violence spread to a hospital where one of the victims died, authorities said.
The U.S. Supreme Court appeared sharply divided on ideological lines on Wednesday as it tackled a second major challenge to President Barack Obama’s healthcare law, with Justice Anthony Kennedy emerging as a likely swing vote in a ruling.