After a stunning primary election loss, former Majority Leader Eric Cantor said Friday that he will resign his seat in the House of Representatives months earlier than expected.
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A man suspected in a deadly 2012 stabbing was indicted by a Clark County grand jury Wednesday.
The man who was killed by Henderson police on Tuesday was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office on Monday as Jesse Vigil, 51.
With a small adjustment, a bill that would add 26,000 acres to the reservation of the Moapa Band of Paiutes moved forward in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON — A bill advancing in the U.S. House on Wednesday would create more than 73,000 acres of wilderness in Northern Nevada counties while making available land to support a copper mine in Lyon County.
All eastbound lanes are open on the southern 215 Beltway near Interstate 15 after a truck overturned Wednesday morning, according to the Regional Transportation Commission.
Las Vegas police say the man who they believe was involved in the Fashion Show Mall shooting earlier this month drove away in a black coupe.
On a warm thunderstorm-filled day Wednesday, the Nevada Museum of Art in Reno previewed “The 36th Star: Nevada’s Journey from Territory to State,” an exhibit celebrating 150 years of statehood for the Battle Born state.
Police say a costumed teenager who was found bloody and unconscious during Comic-Con was likely the victim of a fall, and the injuries weren’t caused by an assault.
The Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than 300 points Thursday, its worst one-day drop since February. The plunge snapped a string of five straight monthly gains, and pushed the blue-chip index to a slight loss for the year.
The Washoe County School Board is asking ousted Superintendent Pedro Martinez to return to his job.
On the last day of STEM Camp, the plan was to use solar power to activate the Hydrocars the class had just finished making. But there was a slight glitch in the system.
When 135 medical students gathered Wednesday for entry into the Class of 2018 Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine program at Touro University Nevada, former U.S. Rep. Shelley Berkley anticipated passage of a bill that will some day let many of them train at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in North Las Vegas.
A family that was stymied for almost a year trying to recover the remains of their murdered brother from the grounds of Lake Mead took their frustrations straight to the top on Wednesday.
Police say they were professional burglars who quickly became cold-blooded killers. Cody David Winters, 27, also known as “Havoc,” and Natasha Galenn Jackson, 35, terrorized a southeast Las Vegas neighborhood Tuesday, police said, choosing their victims at random in a frantic attempt to escape capture.
A fire burning between two mines in Elko county Tuesday night led to an evacuation of underground mine work, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
Torrential rains triggered a massive landslide that buried a remote village in western India Wednesday, sweeping away scores of houses and possibly trapping more than 150 people, officials said.
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy and the leader of the economically powerful Catalonia region are holding a crucial face-to-face meeting Wednesday in what could be a last chance for the two men to resolve a bitter dispute over the region’s plans to hold a secession referendum in November.
To hear him describe his life, you’d almost think Mike Miller was the lucky one.
Casino ownership in Las Vegas has attracted its share of characters, from the mob-backed era of the 1960s and 1970s to reclusive billionaire Howard Hughes to the publicly traded corporate titans of today. Then there was Bob Stupak.
UNLV, the University of Nevada School of Medicine and a local nonprofit are partnering to bring more services to autistic children, in the form of a two-story center across from UNLV’s main campus.
The Rainbow Canyon neighborhoods on Mount Charleston, battered by floodwater and debris, are still scrambling to recover from damage caused by a summer storm on Monday.
A broken water main near the UCLA campus Tuesday sent a geyser of water some 30 feet into the air, trapping people in underground parking garages and covering some of the best-known parts of campus in water, including the school’s famed basketball arena.