Motorists have been experiencing travel delays on southbound Interstate 15 and Las Vegas Boulevard as visitors head homeward after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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James Roland Hinds, a historian, novelist, and prominent volunteer in historic preservation efforts, died Tuesday at Nate Adelson Hospice in Las Vegas after a brief illness. He was 77.
An Ohio man accused of taking his 5-year-old son from his mother's house in Alabama and living with him under false identities for 13 years has been indicted on 32 charges, including six counts of kidnapping, prosecutors said on Tuesday.
A state prisoner serving time for a Clark County robbery died Monday in a Reno hospital, the Nevada Department of Corrections said.
Instead of spending Black Friday camped in front of Wal-Mart or stampeding through Best Buy, why not pitch a tent in the forest or hike a trail by the lake?
While families across America enjoy Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, another Nevada Army National Guard unit will be packing their duffle bags for a tour of Afghanistan.
Rick Van Thiel, a man authorities say threatened lives by performing medical procedures without a license, was ordered detained in federal custody Tuesday while he faces a new firearms charge.
A Clark County School District substitute bus driver has been arrested on charges of sexual assault against a student, Las Vegas police and school officials said Tuesday.
Authorities have identified a man who died earlier this month in an east Las Vegas house fire that burned as police said its occupants were bound inside.
Nevada residents may soon be able to proclaim their support for the right to life for unborn children by requesting a special license plate from the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Back in the day when managers and "leads" roamed the Zappos.com headquarters, it would have been a mighty feat to allow workers to have dogs at their desks at the online shoe and clothing retailer.
A man died and a woman suffered serious injuries when the car they were in collided with a U-Haul truck Tuesday afternoon, Las Vegas police said.
Northbound ramps to U.S Highway 95 from Las Vegas Boulevard and Casino Center Boulevard will be shut down until 11 p.m., according to the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.
Gov. Brian Sandoval on Tuesday announced the members of a new commission charged with studying how to cut costs in Nevada's public education system.
A person, possibly a juvenile, was hospitalized after being struck by a car in the central valley Tuesday morning, police said.
Three people were taken to area hospitals after a sedan and a "medical coach" collided in the northwest valley Tuesday morning, police say.
A white Chicago policeman was charged on Tuesday with murdering a black teenager, a prosecution that was sped up in hopes of staving off a fresh burst of the turmoil over race and police use of deadly force that has shaken the United States for more than a year.
Health investigators confirm a handful of cases of E. coli have been linked back to chicken salad sold at Costco.
Attorneys pursuing a medical malpractice case against Summerlin Hospital Medical Center will be allowed to ask prospective jurors about their racial biases, a judge ruled Tuesday.
A four-time convicted telemarketer was sentenced to more than 10 years in federal prison Tuesday for his role in a scheme that defrauded struggling small businesses out of millions of dollars.
The ringleader behind the November 13 shootings and bombings in Paris was on the verge of launching an attack on a financial district in the city when he was killed in a raid last week, Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said Tuesday.
Las Vegas police said a man died after three officers shot at him early Tuesday morning in the central valley.
The second of two people shot and killed near downtown earlier this month has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office.