A teenager was critically injured after he was struck by a car in North Las Vegas Tuesday afternoon.
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Investigators may have hit a dead end in their quest to say with certainty whether a piece of airplane debris found in the Indian Ocean comes from a Malaysian passenger jet that disappeared mysteriously in 2014.
Swarms of stinging jellyfish have invaded the beaches of Israel and the eastern Mediterranean, wrapping their painful tentacles around the limbs of unsuspecting bathers who ventured too far into the water.
The statue of Confederate president Jefferson Davis was moved from its prominent place on the University of Texas campus in Austin on Sunday, according to footage published on social media and by local Austin American-Statesman newspaper.
For two months they were submerged under the ocean's surface, much of that time far below a solid mass of ice.
A group called the Texas Nationalist Movement fanned out to 31 cities across Texas this weekend trying to gather the 75,000 signatures they say they need to get the question of the state's secession from the United States on the primary ballot next spring.
Trains carrying hundreds of migrants started arriving in Vienna on Monday after Austrian authorities appeared to give up trying to apply European Union rules by filtering out refugees who had already claimed asylum in Hungary.
The deputy never saw the man who walked up behind him and shot him in the head before unloading an entire 14-round magazine into his body, a Harris County, Texas, prosecutor said Monday.
For most of us Earthlings, the photos of Mars taken by the Curiosity rover reveal little more than a desolate red landscape inhabited mostly by rocks. Lots and lots of rocks. But to the more, er, imaginative minds in our midst, these are no ordinary rocks. They're signs of alien life on the planet next door.
Adriana had her pimp's name tattooed on her chest at 14 years old. "It lets other pimps know that this is their property," said Vice Sgt. Ron Fisher of the Los Angeles Police Department in Van Nuys. Police and anti-trafficking advocates are seeing those brands on girls more and more in recent years.
A 28-year-old man was shot and killed in a 7-Eleven parking lot early Monday, according to North Las Vegas police.
The iconic columns of a temple with historic significance in Palmyra, Syria, are still standing despite an explosion there Sunday, the antiquities chief in Syria, Maamoun Abdulkarim, said Monday.
Fisheries are drying up and fields lie fallow as the lingering drought takes its toll in Northern Nevada, where the lack of water needed to support rural livelihoods is causing tension between neighbors.
The Las Vegas Valley is coming up on its last few days of triple-digit weather, according to the National Weather Service.
Residents of northwest Las Vegas recently got a different product placement, and they didn't even have to go to the movie theater to see it. Warrior reader Lynda described her surprise when driving north on U.S. Highway 95 recently.
With Hurricane Katrina bearing down on New Orleans, Phil Todora loaded up his aging car and headed to Las Vegas with his 17-year-old daughter, an aspiring rhythm and blues singer. That was 10 years ago this week.
Landon Orndoff catches air as he competes in the advanced BMX competition during the Craig Ranch Action Sports Competition at Craig Ranch Regional Park in North Las Vegas on Saturday. The official high temperature for Las Vegas was 107 degrees.
A man shot and killed by a Metro officer in a North Las Vegas foot chase on Saturday morning was identified by the Clark County coroner's office.
Wayne Dyer, the prolific self-help guru and motivational speaker, has died, Dyer's family has announced on Facebook. Dyer, who announced in 2009 he had been diagnosed with lymphocytic leukemia, was 75.
Prolific horror filmmaker Wes Craven, who directed the slasher classic "A Nightmare on Elm Street," died on Sunday afternoon, his family said in a statement. He was 76.
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Oliver Sacks, the neurologist who studied the intricacies of the brain and wrote eloquently about them in books such as "Awakenings" and "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat," died on Sunday at the age of 82, his personal assistant said.