Mayor Carolyn Goodman’s most recent mailer reminded voters that she has received the endorsment of the cops’ union, the first of what probably will be many hard-hiting fliers before the upcoming election.
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Las Vegas police said the driver of a truck that hit a teenager in the southeast valley Thursday morning has been taken into custody for felony hit-and-run.
A bicyclist died 17 days after a February hit-and-run crash in the east valley, Las Vegas police said Thursday.
The former owner of a North Las Vegas behavioral health services company was sentenced Thursday to four to six years on child abuse and lewdness charges for encounters with his adopted son.
Four miles of paving may delay traffic.
A Georgia fugitive accused of impersonating an officer has been arrested in Las Vegas, the U.S. Marshals Service said Thursday.
The Department of Veterans Affairs launched a “standardized forms” requirement this week for veterans seeking disability benefits and filing appeals, but the change has drawn criticism from the Disabled American Veterans.
At least one person was killed and several others injured when a truck hit a beam on a highway bridge under construction above Interstate 35 in central Texas, causing a collapse that rained debris on vehicles, officials said.
A firefighter with three decades of service with Cincinnati’s fire department died on Thursday after falling five stories down an elevator shaft while fighting a multi-alarm apartment building blaze, officials said.
A judge set a preliminary hearing Thursday for a woman accused in a northeast valley slaying, while police continue to search for two other suspects in the case.
Erich Nowsch and his accused getaway driver charged in the slaying of Tammy Meyers appeared in court together for the first time Thursday.
Travel lanes on the Desert Inn Road and Maryland Parkway intersection remained limited to one direction each way Thursday afternoon while crews replace a leaking water valve, the Las Vegas Valley Water District said Thursday.
Lawyers for a Northern California man who told police his girlfriend was abducted for ransom, an incident now called a hoax by authorities, said on Thursday their client stood by his story and had been drugged and restrained by the kidnappers.
About 15,000 homes and businesses in Oklahoma and Arkansas were without power on Thursday after tornadoes touched down in the states a day earlier, leaving at least one person dead and scores of structures damaged.
A young German co-pilot barricaded himself alone in the cockpit of Germanwings flight 9525 and apparently set it on course to crash into an Alpine mountain, killing all 150 people on board including himself, French prosecutors said on Thursday.
A Las Vegas doctor who police said threw drug-fueled sex parties at his Henderson mansion and the Trump International hotel has reached a deal with prosecutors.
The man who killed Las Vegas FBI agent John Bailey in 1990 may get a new trial because because of the appearance of judicial bias.
The alleged operator of the service, Christopher McDermott, 36, on Wednesday was charged in a federal complaint with conspiracy to distribute marijuana.
The National Hockey League’s ruling body, the Board of Governors, is meeting in Las Vegas in June, fueling speculation that the NHL might announce at that time that Las Vegas will be getting a big-league team led by prospective owner Bill Foley.
Students, professors and activists rallied at UNLV Wednesday afternoon to oppose legislation that would allow concealed weapons on campus. Students at the University of Nevada in Reno held a similar rally at the same time.
Charges have been dropped against a Pahrump man who was wanted by the Nye County sheriff’s office.
Ayden McKinnon, who turned 15 in the Clark County Detention Center, is facing serious adult charges, but the Nevada Supreme Court is reconsidering whether he should be treated as a juvenile.
The Blue Ribbon Committee tasked with examining shortcomings in Clark County’s child welfare system and courts has a specific recommendation regarding crowding at the county’s emergency shelter for abused and neglected children. That recommendation on Child Haven will be among a total of seven the committee will submit to Clark County commissioners and the Legislature, according to a Nevada Supreme Court news release.