Armed with American and Gadsden flags, various signs and the horns of their pickups, dozens of demonstrators took to the streets Saturday night in protest of the FBI presence in Burns, Ore.
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Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled over health care and Wall Street in a debate on Thursday, with Clinton accusing Sanders of misleading Americans on his health care plan and making promises "that cannot be kept."
A New York City police officer was convicted of manslaughter on Thursday for fatally shooting an unarmed black man in a darkened public housing stairwell.
A Nevada lawmaker known more for her controversial comments than political prowess has again thrust herself into the national spotlight.
A six-count criminal complaint was filed Thursday in Las Vegas against Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy stemming from the April 2014 armed standoff with federal law enforcement officers.
A fire burned through a home in the central Las Vegas Valley on Thursday afternoon, the Clark County Fire Department said.
The teen girl who was shot during a home invasion in Summerlin early Wednesday is recovering at University Medical Center, her mother Janeen Hinden, 52, said Thursday afternoon.
Scientists for the first time have detected gravitational waves, ripples in space and time hypothesized by Albert Einstein a century ago, in a landmark discovery announced on Thursday that opens a new window for studying the cosmos.
The Sparks Nugget, overseen for 16 years by Nevada Gaming Commission member Michonne Ascuaga, is under a federal investigation for failing to implement effective anti-money laundering programs at the casino, according to court papers filed Wednesday in relation to the property's 2013 sale.
Lawyers for Las Vegas Sands Tuesday filed a motion arguing that Chief District Judge David Barker prematurely denied their request to disqualify Clark County District Judge Elizabeth Gonzalez, who has presided over Steven Jacobs' wrongful termination case for the past five years.
A North Las Vegas man missing since Monday has been found, police said.
Tourism leaders are considering using a little reverse psychology to persuade Nevadans to get out of the city and into the back country to visit rural parts of the state.
A woman sued celebrity Chris Brown on Wednesday, accusing him of assaulting her after she tried to photograph him at a party at the Palms.
A former Las Vegas stripper, who has spent 16 years in prison for killing six teenagers working on a road cleanup crew, is appealing once again to the Nevada Supreme Court.
A battle between rival drug gangs at a prison killed 52 people in the northeastern Mexican city of Monterrey, authorities said on Thursday, days ahead of a planned visit by Pope Francis to another jail in Mexico´s far north.
Las Vegas police named the woman arrested in connection with a homicide in the northwest valley Wednesday night.
Southwest Airlines is catching its collective breath in 2016 while gearing for what is shaping up to be an eventful 2017.
Wildlife officials are renewing their warnings about the dangers of feeding wild animals after a spate of recent incidents involving predators that have lost their fear of humans.
Nevada law enforcement groups seem split on a November ballot question proposing to extend gun background checks to private-party sales and transfers.
Government offices will be closed Monday in observance of Presidents Day. Emergency services will be available.
Las Vegas and North Las Vegas police are looking for two black males in their 20s involved in more than 75 burglaries to businesses throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
The driver of the van that may have killed 2-year-old Evelyn Green on Sunday was located along with the vehicle Tuesday, according to North Las Vegas Police.
Two sections of streets in downtown Las Vegas will be closed for separate events Saturday.