About 300 plants were found and two arrests were made Tuesday afternoon during a North Las Vegas marijuana bust.
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A teacher who spent a month in prison for the rape of a 14-year-old student goes back to court Friday to be resentenced after the original judge in the case was censured over comments that placed some responsibility on the victim.
Rancher Cliven Bundy says a Las Vegas woman injured when her car hit a cow on Interstate 15 near Mesquite should be suing the federal government instead of him.
No charges will be filed after a customer nearly died after unknowingly drinking iced tea mixed with lye at a suburban Salt Lake City restaurant, prosecutors said Friday. But Dickey’s Barbecue isn’t off the hook just yet. Lawyers intend to file a lawsuit if a monetary settlement isn’t reached.
The Boulder City hospital is getting nearly $2 million in federal funds to move from paper to electronic health records.
The Pew Charitable Trusts has revised a report on state employee health insurance benefits to show Nevada’s program is better than originally stated and generally in line with national averages.
Friday night storms left parts of Moapa Valley under water, according to the National Weather Service. The Muddy River in Moapa swelled to 12 feet in less than 90 minutes Friday after intense rainfall on the east side of the Sheep Mountain Range, near Coyote Springs and U.S. Highway 93.
Students at Palo Verde High School were dismissed early Friday because of electrical problems, the Clark County School District said.
A trio of men were indicted Friday in connection with a Las Vegas mortgage fraud scheme in which five people were “swindled out of their life savings,” according to prosecutors.
The FBI director on Thursday criticized the decision by Apple and Google to encrypt smartphones data so it can be inaccessible to law enforcement, even with a court order.
A 25-year-old man accused of trying to steal props, costumes and underwear from male dancers of “Thunder From Down Under” has once again been found competent to stand trial, but his new lawyer wants to evaluate medical examinations.
A Las Vegas mother accused of throwing two of her children out of a second-story window was found competent to stand trial Friday.
Four activists who express themselves with sidewalk chalk filed a civil rights lawsuit Friday against the Metropolitan Police Department. According to the federal lawsuit, the department has engaged in “a policy and practice of deliberate indifference to the constitutional rights of individuals engaging in peaceful protests.”
Zabriskie Point, a popular overlook at Death Valley National Park, won’t be closing next week after all.
Several traffic lanes on Decatur Boulevard and Tropicana Avenue were closed after a pedestrian was critically injured when struck by a car Friday morning, Las Vegas police said.
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A federal grand jury has indicted a former official who headed the federal General Services Administration unit that came under fire for holding a lavish 2010 conference at the M Resort in Henderson.
A man who had been fired from a food processing plant in an Oklahoma City suburb beheaded a woman with a knife and was attacking another worker when he was shot and wounded by a company official, police said Friday.
A juvenile was struck by car in a hit-and-run Friday morning near a southwest valley middle school, according to Las Vegas police.
A vehicle crash on southbound Interstate 15 near Tropicana Avenue is tying up traffic Friday morning, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
A fire at the Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control radar facility in suburban Chicago created a big mess in the Midwest and a few long lines at McCarran International Airport on Friday.
Nevada gaming revenue dipped 3.7 percent in August, ending five straight months on increases statewide.
A man is hospitalized after being shot while breaking into a southwest valley home early Friday morning, Las Vegas police said.