Terry Virts said he first noticed traces of fluid and dampness in his helmet Wednesday while he was waiting for the crew lock cabin to re-pressurize in the International Space Station.
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Southwest, the largest U.S. carrier by domestic traffic, said it canceled about 80 flights on Tuesday.
The 20th anniversary celebration of the mob classic “Casino” won’t lack for authenticity. Nobody knows the city’s mob destinations better than former mobster Frank Cullotta, who will be leading two-hour tours of famous scenes from “Casino.”
A verdict has been reached in the trial of the man accused of killing Chris Kyle, subject of the hit film “American Sniper,” and Kyle’s friend at a Texas firing range two years ago.
Fallen star of History channel’s “Ice Road Truckers,” Timothy Zickuhr, shackled in a blue jail jumpsuit, stood in the jury box with other inmates Tuesday, as cameras scanned from the gallery to the bench for a “docudrama” on District Attorney Steve Wolfson.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday signed the first major Republican-backed reform bill of the 2015 session, a measure making changes to Nevada’s construction defect law.
A proposal to change auto emissions testing to once every two years instead of annually is facing an uphill battle in the Nevada Legislature.
Two men with past connections to transportation systems in Louisiana appear to be finalists for the open Nevada Taxicab Authority administrator’s position.
Las Vegas police have identified the man arrested in connection with a deadly stabbing in Primm over the weekend.
Ski area reopens tubing area Wednesday in wake of 10-inch snow dump, but don’t forget to pay for parking at the end of the road.
Three men were shot Tuesday afternoon in an apartment complex on East Twain Avenue, near the intersection at Swenson Street, according to Las Vegas police.
Three Square Food Bank announced Tuesday that the nonprofit has received a $500,000 grant from Microsoft Corp. The grant, part of the company’s Technology for Good program, will provide software and product licensing valued at $500,000.
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., said he disappointed that Veterans Secretary Robert McDonald did not mention in a meeting Monday that he’d be apologizing the next day for lying about his special operations service.
The Territorial Enterprise of Mark Twain fame will be reborn March 12 in the form of a website and glossy monthly magazine in Virginia City that will cover politics, policy, business and culture around the state.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is turning over leadership again at the top of its embattled regional benefits office in Reno.
Las Vegas police are searching for the cause of an explosion near a southeast valley water reclamation plant Tuesday afternoon.
President Barack Obama on Tuesday swiftly delivered on his vow to veto a Republican bill approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada, leaving the long-debated project in limbo for another indefinite period.
A 7-year-old girl suffered only minor injuries after being struck by a U-Haul moving truck in the northeast valley Tuesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
There will not be a repeat of the drama that played out in the state Legislature two years ago over gay marriage now that a federal appeals court has ruled same-sex marriage is legal in Nevada.
A sentence of life without parole was imposed Tuesday for a Fort Mohave, Ariz., man convicted in the June 2013 beating death of his girlfriend.
Snow in the Las Vegas Valley was just a memory Tuesday, but the mountains still showed some remants of the previous day’s winter storm.
The U.S. Justice Department is set to decline to bring civil rights charges against George Zimmerman in the February 2012 shooting death of Trayvon Martin, two law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation said Tuesday.
University officials made their pitch to the Legislature Tuesday to increase initial funding for a UNLV medical school beyond the $9.3 million that was included in Gov. Brian Sandoval’s budget so it can begin operating in 2017.