One person was hospitalized Friday afternoon with critical injuries after a hang glider crash, the Las Vegas Fire Department said.
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U.S. troops and Defense Department employees improperly used their government charge cards to spend more than $1 million in casinos and strip clubs in one year, and the government is still struggling to stop it, according to a new report released Monday by the top Pentagon watchdog.
The Las Vegas police force just got bigger. In a ceremony at the Orleans Hotel on Wednesday, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department welcomed 68 graduates from the Police Officer Academy Class 11-2014.
Northbound traffic on Boulder Highway, near Russell Road, has reopened after a fatal crash Wednesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
Wednesday’s cloud coverage should clear out before another storm system rolls through the valley Thursday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
A 5.4-magnitude earthquake shook Las Vegas and surrounding areas Friday morning, and the state closed a portion of the Spaghetti Bowl to inspect a ramp for possible damage, backing up traffic for miles.
The campground at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area will close for the summer after Memorial Day. But there are plenty of other places near Las Vegas to set up your tent.
A storm system is moving through the Las Vegas Valley and it might make your day a bit cooler, according to the National Weather Service.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
A bill requiring parents to be notified if their minor daughter seeks an abortion was revived by a Nevada Senate committee Thursday.
Several small limousine companies are pushing a bill in the Legislature that they say would allow them to increase their fleets without unfair interference by big taxi and limo company operators such as Bell Trans and other members of the Livery Operators Association of Las Vegas.
A “campus carry” amendment that would have allowed firearms on college campuses in Nevada was removed from a gun bill Thursday. The Assembly voted 24-18 to kill the controversial proposal. The rest of the bill is still alive.
A bill backed by the Nevada gaming equipment industry was signed Thursday by Gov. Brian Sandoval and will allow state gaming regulators to adopt rules where slot machines can add a skill-based, arcade-style element to the game.
A star student from Tennessee, turned down all eight prestigious Ivy League schools and instead iss headed to the academically humble-if-football-proud, University of Alabama instead simply to avoid the debt.
A resolution that would ask voters in 2016 to amend the Nevada constitution to allow annual sessions of the state Legislature won a critical vote in a Senate committee Thursday.
Supporters say funding for the International Center for Excellence in Gaming Regulation would help move the project along as it continues to seek private donations.
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada board members on Thursday cruised through the approval of a $919.2 million budget for the 2016 fiscal year.
The Nevada Transportation Department on Wednesday unveiled plans for a 4.5-mile, $12.5 million overhaul of Las Vegas Boulevard North.
Doctors have to report their medical malpractice lawsuits, why shouldn’t hospitals?
Look to the northern valley mountains for a possible light show on Thursday as there are chances for thunderstorms and showers, the National Weather Service said.
Las Vegas City Council members approved a pay raise for the city manager as a way to bring the administrator’s pay in line with that of her peers in other jurisdictions.
The move to privatize North Las Vegas’ human resources department by hiring Prism Global Management Group comes amid allegations by two longtime HR employees that Mayor John Lee is abusing his authority.
Three aging sailors attending a USS Utah convention in Las Vegas retell their stories about the day Japanese warplanes attacked Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, to start World War II.