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It was the final act of a high school show celebrating the history of rock ‘n’ roll, with the cast coming out on stage to jump, clap and sing along to Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing.”
A 24-year-old woman was critically injured in a shooting near UNLV early Friday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
BMX riders and Henderson officials celebrated the grand opening of the Whitney Mesa BMX track Saturday.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said Saturday the U.S.-Israel relationship is at a low point because the Obama administration has failed to halt Iran’s nuclear program and bolster Mideast peace efforts.
Labor groups said Friday that if Nevada lawmakers want to require local governments to publicize proposed union contracts before ratifying them, the mandate should be extended to all contracts.
Las Vegas is losing ground as the “wedding capital of the world” as more destinations around the globe try to tap into the business of love and money.
A bill that proponents say would bring balance to a law protecting the free speech rights of critics from punitive and meritless defamation lawsuits was opposed Friday by representatives of the press and other First Amendment advocates.
The University of Florida and Emory University are investigating allegations that Zeta Beta Tau fraternity members disrespected wounded war veterans last weekend at Panama City Beach, Florida, by spitting, urinating and pouring beer on them.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
It’s the Nevada Assembly’s turn to be the grown-ups in Carson City when it decides whether to gut the anti-SLAPP law, which is meant to deter lawsuits filed to punish and silence critical commentary and investigative journalism.
A shuttered Target on Decatur Avenue near U.S. Highway 95 is set to find new life as the Southern Nevada Health District’s headquarters.
A California inmate who spent 25 years on death row for the murder of a brain-damaged woman has died of unknown causes, making him the third condemned prisoner to die this year in a state that has not carried out an execution in nearly a decade.
Firefighters and police officers went a second time to the Arcadia Palms Apartments on Thursday, but this time it was to educate. They talked to about 25 children about preventing fires.
Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson rejects charges that he went easy on a fellow Democrat who was indicted after Republican attorney general took up the case.
An infant was found deceased in a southwest valley home Thursday afternoon, police said.
People who live in the happiest countries have longer life expectancies and more social support, experience more generosity, have more freedom to make life choices, have lower perceptions of corruption and have a higher gross domestic product per capita, the report shows.
A 19-year-old man died Tuesday afternoon after losing control of his car and crashing into a light pole in the west valley.
An 11-year-old Deskin Elementary School student was arrested after a .45-caliber gun fired in a classroom. Parents are trying to figure out what took school district so long to let them know.
A woman claims a Las Vegas police officer choked her and smashed her face into a glass table top in August at a Strip nightclub.
A man slept in the same room with the body of the woman he told police he killed, according to an arrest report released Thursday.
The siren call of an open seat is proving an allure to Nevada members of Congress who were not giving the U.S. Senate a second thought when incumbent Sen. Harry Reid was in line to run again.
With the flick of a switch, a pair of traffic signals were illuminated for the first time Thursday at the Las Vegas welcome sign on the Strip.