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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The man shot and killed at a gas station Thursday has been identified by the office of the Clark County coroner.
Former President Bill Clinton urged Nevadans to support Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during a campaign stop Friday evening at the United Brotherhood of Carpenters International Training Center in Las Vegas.
A 61-year-old man died after a fatal crash Friday afternoon about a block west of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Officers were called at 4:18 p.m. to the wreck, which happened near the intersection of Naples Drive and Polaris Avenue, just south of Harmon Avenue, Metro Lt. Ken Romane said.
A fight between a father and son in a southwest valley home Friday afternoon escalated to a stabbing, then a shooting that left the teen son dead, police said.
Just before Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy led a horseback procession to escort Robert LaVoy Finicum's casket from his Mormon church memorial service Friday, two of Finicum's daughters made an emotional plea for a "private, independent investigation" into his shooting death by Oregon state police.
Rising temperatures this week mean favorable weather for Super Bowl watching in Las Vegas. That warming trend will continue into next week, according to the National Weather Service.
North Las Vegas' first homicide of the year was drug-related, according to an arrest report.
Two Nevada schools, both in Las Vegas, have joined a "distinguished" list of campuses that, despite serving high populations of low-income children, closed the achievement gap among disadvantaged students or posted strong student performance for multiple years.
Former real estate broker Eve Mazzarella and her ex-husband, Steven Grimm, are headed back to prison.
A Metropolitan Police Department officer told his live-in girlfriend, "You're going to die," as he dragged her by the neck across their living room floor and slammed her onto a couch, she testified in court Friday.
J. Keith Moyer wants the Las Vegas Review-Journal's staff to think big.
Las Vegas police are looking for a man they say fatally shot another man in the head at a west valley home Thursday afternoon.
North Las Vegas police are seeking the public's help to find a man who went missing after leaving his home Thursday morning.
Las Vegas police need the public's help identifying several people they said were involved in two violent robberies last month in the eastern valley.
The Henderson Fire Department's 10th chief, Matthew L. Morris, was recently sworn in after 20 years with the department.
Too often, veterans return from war with memories of unspeakable violence and horror. They've survived the worst that humanity has to offer, and while they may have left the war in another county, a tougher battle is waiting for them at home.
The Texas teenager who was derided for an "affluenza" defense for killing four people while driving drunk has been transferred to an adult jail on Friday from the juvenile center where he has been held, online jail records showed.
A man who died Monday outside his apartment in Henderson was shot multiple times in the back and face by his child's mother's boyfriend, according to police documents.
The Nevada Education Department, hoping to put a dent in the hundreds of classroom vacancies across the state, plans to issue temporary licenses to out-of-state teachers who until recently needed to complete a set of requirements before stepping foot on a campus.
Las Vegans' window to break even financially on a home purchase lengthened slightly in the fourth quarter of 2015 compared with a year earlier.
Operation Freedom's Sentinel will get a boost from the Nevada Army National Guard as soldiers from the 422nd Expeditionary Signal Battalion will mobilize.
A man shot to death near downtown Las Vegas on Wednesday has been identified as John M. Vounas.