NV Energy has turned over more than 1,000 pages of documents to state regulators as part of an inquiry into whether smart meters it installed on over 1 million Nevada homes and businesses pose a fire risk.
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Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman sent an undeniable message with her Tuesday re-election kickoff at Cili: Her popularity and powerful friends cross party lines.
Queensland state police said in a statement they were called to a house in the Cairns suburb of Manoora just before midday after reports of a woman with serious injuries on the premises.
At least one person is dead following a single-vehicle crash on U.S Highway 95 and the Craig Road off ramp, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
A driver trying to evade Las Vegas police was taken into custody after the vehicle he was in collided with several other vehicles Thursday near the Spaghetti Bowl.
A Las Vegas burglar caught on video just so happened to pick the home of a family that owns a security company.
Christmas arrived at Antonello Elementary School on Thursday in the back of a bright red 1950s-vintage fire engine, under the watchful eye of a stuffed Dalmatian riding shotgun.
Two recent court decisions regarding the collection of use taxes on coal used by utility companies will save Nevada $200 million, state Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto said Thursday.
A valley elementary school teacher was arrested Wednesday and is facing two drug charges following an undercover operation in June, according to Las Vegas police.
A review of a 105-page transcript of the Nevada Transportation Authority’s case against contracted Uber driver Anthony Morris gives a snapshot of how regulators are building its case against Uber and how some drivers went into their roles with little idea that they would be caught, compelled to appear before a hearings officer, fined and have their vehicles taken from them.
The foster toddler who was found dead in her crib the morning of Oct. 12 died of an antihistamine overdose, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Las Vegas police said Thursday the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada security officer who fatally shot a bus passenger on the Strip this week was acting in self defense.
The teen who was in critical condition after he crashed into a pole earlier this month in the east valley died Thursday, according to Las Vegas police.
A stream of molten lava from an erupting volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island crept to within a mile of the only grocery store and gas station in the village of Pahoa on Wednesday as it neared a highway link with the rest of the island.
The Arizona Supreme Court on Thursday overturned the death sentence of a Kingman man who was convicted of first-degree murder.
Former limousine company owner Charles Horky pleaded guilty Thursday in a multimillion-dollar racketeering conspiracy involving fraud, prostitution and drug trafficking.
Federal safety analysts have found a flaw in the plan to bury nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain — the government does not have the necessary water rights to operate at the Nevada site.
When the Federal Aviation Administration first identified Nevada as one of six states authorized to test unmanned aerial systems — we call them “drones” — the state was heralded for its wide-open spaces far from population centers.
The Secret Service is stretched “beyond its limits” and needs more training, more staff and a director from outside its ranks — and the White House needs a better fence — an independent review has found.
Over 160 fireworks per second will burst in the Las Vegas skies over the Strip to welcome in 2015.
U.S.-led airstrikes against Islamic State in Iraq have killed three of the militant group’s top leaders, the head of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday.
A driver for ride-sharing company Uber in Boston was charged with the kidnapping and rape of a woman who used the service earlier this month.