The final man Las Vegas police were looking for in connection with the fatal shooting of a southwest valley Lee’s Discount Liquor cashier two weeks ago turned himself in late Wednesday night — a day after police made two high-profile arrests involving the case.
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Leaders at the two major universities in Nevada don’t seem to agree on how to dish out punishment equally and consistently among cheating students.
A Mormon Utah businessman who wants to build a massive, futuristic, utopia-like community in central Vermont says he’s about to buy 500 more acres of land for the project, bringing his total to about 1,400 acres.
Signs of earthquakes are everywhere in the chaotically beautiful geology of southwest Utah and the region where the mile-high Colorado Plateau falls off into the corrugated Basin-and-Range landscape that dominates neighboring Nevada.
More than 1 million goldfish now have a giant fishbowl to call home in a Phoenix suburb. Tempe officials dumped roughly 1.2 million goldfish and minnows into Tempe Town Lake on Friday.
Anti-government protesters tore down walls and poured into the Iraqi capital’s heavily fortified Green Zone on Saturday, where they stormed parliament in a major escalation of a political crisis that has simmered for months.
An 8-year prison sentence was imposed Friday for a Kingman man held responsible for the death of his girlfriend’s three-year-old son.
Lina Sharp arrives, like she always does, with a polite knock, waiting under the stately front-yard elm tree in Tonopah for the familiar face of a cherished old friend.
Clark County School District police arrested a middle school teacher on Friday. A district spokeswoman confirmed the arrest of Nicole Wilfinger, who chairs the math department at Molasky Junior High School.
A 64-year-old woman and four grandchildren were killed early Saturday after a creek overflowed its banks, flooding an East Texas neighborhood as many residents slept.
President Obama outlined plans Monday to bolster U.S. Special Operations forces in Syria, raising their number to as many as 300 troops.
Catsharks aren’t harmful to humans, but they also aren’t too much to look at - by the light of day, that is.
Former U.S. Sen. and Nevada Gov. Richard Bryan has become only the second person in the history of the University of Nevada, Reno, to have a statue dedicated in his honor at the school founded in 1874.
Colorado’s tourists would be able to buy as much marijuana as residents, if a bill moving through the state Legislature passes.
Arizona Republicans are headed to Mesa on Saturday for the state party convention, where they’ll elect 55 of 58 delegates to the national GOP convention.
It helps to have friends in high places when you’re promoting an athletic event.
In Connecticut, minors with parents killed in a wrongful death incident could sue for loss of love and affection, just like a spouse.
A judge on Friday sentenced a Colorado woman to 100 years in prison for cutting a nearly 8-month-old fetus from a stranger’s womb.
In the pitch-black, early morning hours of March 5, Anthony Bruno followed his gut feeling, and it led to saving a man’s life.
From 2012 until she quit the Las Vegas Valley Water District under a cloud in December, purchasing analyst Jennifer McCain-Bray spent $4.5 million of public money on ink jet cartridges she then sold to a buyer in New Jersey for a cut of the money, according to new details released Friday by the water agency.
Rep. Cresent Hardy said Friday he introduced a bipartisan bill to help save rural hospitals such as the one in Tonopah that closed in August.
A government proposal to withhold key evidence from the public in the Bunkerville standoff case is “overbroad and unsupported,” according to court papers filed by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Friday.
The white man accused of slaying nine black parishioners last year at a South Carolina church planned the shooting for six months and wanted to start a race war, said a friend who pleaded guilty on Friday to federal charges in a related case.