An attorney for the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline Monday described how suspended Family Court Judge Steven Jones began dating former Deputy District Attorney Lisa Willardson in October 2011 while she appeared before him on the bench.
Subscribe to News RSS feed
The head of Las Vegas’ effort to win the 2016 Republican National Convention said Monday he’s confident the city can meet all bid requirements set by the national party, including the need to raise $55 million to $70 million for the event.
It’s the Bellagio Fountains vs. the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop in a battle royale for best local attraction in Las Vegas.
Canada is the new home each year for hundreds of small abandoned dogs from Las Vegas, the result of a special program carried out by Foreclosed Upon Pets Inc.
Lying just south of Carson City, here one finds the lush, green, 20-mile long Carson Valley dotted with ranches covered by grazing cattle. And 1,400 feet above the valley floor lies the southern half of Lake Tahoe, with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.
The 2014 Nevada Teacher of the Year award will be named in honor of Michael Landsberry, the teacher who died putting himself between a shooter and students at Sparks Middle School earlier this year.
Officials are reviewing security for a commercial U.S.-to-Canada ferry service after they say a sex offender managed to take off in one of the ships from the Seattle waterfront, a theft that risked collisions in busy Elliott Bay.
The high school football team in Newtown, Conn., went 12-0 as it dedicated its season to the 26 victims killed in the mass shooting at an elementary school there last year, but faced the possibility of playing for the state championship on the anniversary of the massacre.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified a man shot to death Saturday night in North Las Vegas.
Kenneth Hawkes was just a rookie when a fellow marshal pulled out a stun gun and stuck it in his back during a public argument two years ago at Clark County Family Court.