At least two people are dead and four people are hospitalized after a rollover crash in the central valley, police said.
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The undocumented worker accused of shooting and killing Kate Steinle on a San Francisco pier will stand trial on murder and weapons charges.
As the state attempts to patch an educator pipeline problem, more than a dozen school districts and education groups in Nevada will receive nearly $5 million to fund training and retention efforts for teachers and principals.
A former Las Vegas firefighter was convicted Thursday of paying a homeless man to kill his wife.
Prospective Uber drivers got their first road tutorials Thursday — how to maneuver through heavy traffic in a tight parking lot.
Police in Santa Clara, California, arrested three corrections deputies on Thursday and accused them of beating to death a mentally ill inmate last week in a cell at the county jail, officials said.
KINGMAN, Ariz. — A judge in northwest Arizona has accepted what he called a "ridiculously lenient" plea agreement for a Bullhead City man who squeezed to death his girlfriend's 15-month-old son in October 2014.
A federal appeals court on Thursday revived a lawsuit alleging that the Nevada Health and Human Services Department has been disenfranchising potential low-income and disabled voters by not providing registration materials to clients at its offices as required by federal law.
An 8-year-old girl who was kidnapped and strangled last year is being honored at a rock garden that will be dedicated Saturday along the Colorado River.
If they issued grades for tenacity, West Career and Technical Academy student Angelique Clark would get an "A" in her attempt to establish a pro-life club at the school.
One person was killed and two others wounded in a shooting at a Sacramento community college, police said on Thursday.
Firefighters battled a North Las Vegas recycling plant blaze for more than four hours before it was out early Thursday morning, according to fire officials.
Police may soon have "significant" evidence to announce in this week's killing of an Illinois police officer, including footage from a home security video system in the area of the shooting, an official said Thursday.
Students from Cannon Junior High School were bused Thursday afternoon to a neighboring high school campus after the middle school's air conditioning broke, the Clark County School District said.
Hundreds of thousands of veterans listed in the Department of Veterans Affairs enrollment system died before their applications for care were processed, according to a report issued Wednesday.
The ride-hailing company Lyft will only be a fraction of the size of its rival Uber when it opens for business in Nevada, requesting a maximum of 2,500 cars for licensing its first two years of operation compared with the unlimited number sought by Uber.
Las Vegas police are investigating after a dead man was found in a vehicle in the central valley.
One person is wounded and another under arrest after Las Vegas police were called to a northwest valley shopping center to investigate a shooting.
Rowan County, Kentucky, clerk Kim Davis was given a second chance: She didn't have to issue same-sex marriage licenses herself; she merely had to agree not to interfere with five deputy clerks who had told the federal judge they'd issue them in her stead.
Migrants threw themselves onto railway lines and scuffled with helmeted riot police trying to take them to a reception center in Hungary on Thursday, forced from a train in desperate scenes symbolic of a European asylum system brought to breaking point.
Calling it a "bad deal" for the United States and Israel, Sen. Dean Heller joined fellow Nevada Republicans Joe Heck, Mark Amodei and Cresent Hardy in opposition to the Iran nuclear deal.
The Haggen supermarket chain claims Albertsons engaged in "coordinated and systematic efforts to eliminate competition" after inducing Haggen to purchase 146 stores in five states, including Nevada.
The U.S. Coast Guard said on Thursday it closed part of the Mississippi River after oil was spilled in a collision between two tow boats near Paducah, Kentucky.