A residential street in Henderson is closed to traffic while police try to serve an arrest warrant, according to the police department.
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The Lake Mead Boulevard exit on Interstate 15 northbound has reopened after a garbage truck caught fire there.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned on Monday, the first major change to President Barack Obama’s Cabinet since his Democrats were routed in midterm elections three weeks ago.
High-ranking Clark County schools official Bramby Tollen has repaid the district for claiming paid medical leave last summer while she was actually working for a school district in Washington state.
A 40-year-old quadruple amputee on Tuesday thanked the Boston surgeons who performed a rare dual-arm transplant on him last month and described the experience of getting the new limbs as surreal.
Bishop Gorman High School has gone high tech, issuing all of its students iPads, which hold the various subject books they use. The school was planning the transition for the past few years, trying to determine the best way to go textbook-free.
Grateful for his service, the Bank of America gave disabled Army veteran Anthony Shepler a $250 gift card Monday to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family in their renovated Las Vegas home.
A divided panel of the Nevada Supreme Court said Monday that a legal battle between ride-sharing company Uber and the state’s taxi industry should be heard in Washoe District Court.
A 41-year-old Washoe County sheriff’s deputy has been arrested in Spanish Springs after police say he was firing a gun while drunk and threatened to shoot at a sheriff’s helicopter.
It will be another week before Assembly Republicans choose a new speaker designate following the announcement Sunday by Sparks lawmaker Ira Hansen that he was stepping down from the post because of controversial statements he made while a columnist for the Sparks Daily Tribune.
Texas-based Nexstar Broadcasting Group Inc. has announced it had reached a deal to acquire Las Vegas’ CBS affiliate from Virginia-based Landmark Media Enterprises LLC.
Nevada Nuclear Projects Agency chief Robert Halstead says he’s been assured that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., remain opposed to the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project.
Thanks to the Nevada Department of Wildlife’s stocking program, urban anglers can easily cast their lines at conveniently located fishing holes in Las Vegas, Boulder City, Mesquite, Beatty and even Cold Creek in the Spring Mountains.
A New Jersey woman who authorities say shot all three of her children, killing two of them, before turning the gun on herself died Sunday from her injuries, state police said.
Justice Department lawyers say the large amount of publicity surrounding the FBI-led investigation into fraud and corruption at homeowners associations is not enough to move the February trial out of Las Vegas.
Two women and a dog have been rescued after a building collapsed on Chicago’s South Side, and authorities are conducting a search of the rubble even though they don’t believe anyone else was inside.
Henderson police on Sunday were seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man they said robbed Sunset Station’s sports book on Saturday, according to a city spokeswoman.
Washoe County election officials say a recount has upheld Assemblyman Randy Kirner’s 11-vote victory over fellow Republican Lisa Krasner.
Power was restored to about 1,700 homes affected by an outage Sunday night in a section of the northwest valley, according to NV Energy.
Opportunity Village flips the switch on its 23rd annual Magical Forest on Friday, with Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, Boyz II Men and Human Nature leading the lights-on celebration.
A lane restriction on southbound Interstate 15 near Primm while authorities investigated a body brought heavy traffic delays for most of Sunday, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The woman who was found dead on a sidewalk after a shooting near the Strip early Saturday morning was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office on Sunday.
The University of Virginia is suspending all fraternal organizations until January after a magazine article described in detail an alleged sexual assault that occurred on the campus, the school said on Saturday.