The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the child who drowned Wednesday night in the southwest valley.
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Spurred in part by the BLM’s April roundup of Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle that brought an armed confrontation between federal agents and Bundy supporters, Assemblyman Ira Hansen is pushing for a bill in the 2015 legislative session that would prohibit BLM and Forest Service law officers from enforcing state laws.
Uber, the maverick ride-sharing company that has been bending the state’s transportation rules for a month, ceased operations in Nevada late Wednesday, vowing to return when it finds a clear path to operating legally in the state.
Twenty-eight weeks into her first pregnancy, Nina Santos heard three words no one wants to hear: “You have cancer.”
Applications are due next week for aid for people in a Southern Nevada area affected by severe storms and flooding in early September, according to federal and state officials.
A two-vehicle crash on southbound Interstate 15 near Spring Mountain Road Wednesday morning has been cleared and traffic is moving normally again.
Except for a few glitches late in the day brought on by wintry East Coast weather, most flights ran on schedule at McCarran all day, transporting thousands of families and friends to be together in unseasonably warm Southern Nevada or at colder locations everywhere else.
A man was hospitalized Thursday morning after a vehicle-versus-scooter crash in the southwest valley, according to Las Vegas police.
Three children were hospitalized Wednesday morning with minor injuries after they were hit by a car near a Las Vegas elementary school, according to police.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had a heart stent implanted on Wednesday, reviving talk about how long the 81-year-old liberal jurist will be staying on the court.
Police and SWAT closed a residential street for about six hours Tuesday night while they tried to serve an arrest warrant, according to Henderson spokeswoman Kathleen Richards.
National Guard troops and police aimed to head off a third night of violence in Ferguson, Missouri, as more than 400 people have been arrested in the St. Louis suburb and around the United States in unrest after the latest development in the Michael Brown killing.
A woman was hospitalized with injuries that were not life-threatening after she was hit by a car Wednesday morning, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Henderson police closed a residential street near the intersection of Volunteer Boulevard and Sun City Anthem Drive on Tuesday night while they tried to serve an arrest warrant.
Henderson police are doing their part to protect Black Friday customers’ purchases by signing customers up for online property inventory service called ReportIt.
Officials at the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles are warning customers that their offices are notoriously crowded and busy the day before Thanksgiving and the Monday after the holiday weekend.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in the investigation of the death of a 41-year-old woman whose body was found Nov. 15, Metro said in a Tuesday release.
Clark County fire stations will begin collecting gifts for a holiday toy drive Friday.
An autism teacher who suffers from cerebral palsy has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the Clark County School District.
A popular overlook at Death Valley National Park is set to close Dec. 1 for major renovations.
The white police officer recalled that he felt like a powerless child sitting inside his patrol vehicle as the fist of a black teenager swung through his open window.
A man died after being stabbed on the Strip early Tuesday morning, Las Vegas police said.
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.