Kurdish militants on Friday attacked a police checkpoint in southeast Turkey with an explosives-laden truck, killing at least 11 police officers and wounding 78 other people, the state-run news agency said.
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Though the county coroner has not yet ruled an official cause and manner for the man’s death, the exterminator died after he was stung more than 200 times while working to remove a hive from a home near the corner of Colored Wind Avenune and Wispy Winds Street.
Las Vegas police officers involved in the New Year’s Eve shooting of an unarmed man did not attempt to use non-lethal force to subdue him before they opened fire, according to a public fact-finding review held Monday.
The trial for Rick Van Thiel on federal firearms charges was put on hold this week while a judge considers a motion to dismiss the case without prejudice.
Montana wildlife officials are conducting tests on fish from additional areas to see if they are infected with a disease blamed in a massive fish kill in the Yellowstone River.
The Clark County coroner on Monday identified the man who was found dead after an all-terrain vehicle crash Sunday morning.
The father of a toddler killed by an alligator at Walt Disney World last June reached into the animal’s mouth in an attempt to free his son’s head from the reptile’s jaw, according to a final report on the death released Monday by Florida’s wildlife agency.
Japan’s first lady has visited Pearl Harbor in Hawaii for the first time to pay tribute to the victims of the Japanese attack 75 years ago.
Clark County School District will collect more than $5 million after settling a lawsuit dating from 2012, when an air conditioning contractor abandoned the projects and declared bankruptcy.
Police say a Massachusetts woman robbed a nun at knifepoint and got away with her rosary beads.
A man has been jailed on suspicion of first-degree murder and kidnapping in the death of a co-worker’s 5-year-old daughter whose mother says was taken from their home in central Minnesota.
The Kats! bureau at this writing is a condominium deck high above the Las Vegas Arts District. Below this perch, a guide on a double-deck tour bus is informing passengers via loudspeaker that they will soon pass Gold & Silver Pawn, where the History channel TV show “Pawn Stars” is filmed.
John Katsilometes, whose musings on the Las Vegas social scene have spanned multiple publications and endeared him to readers for nearly two decades, will return to the pages of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
A man died Sunday evening after he was stabbed Sunday afternoon in the east valley, Las Vegas police said.
Southern Nevada district among many offering veterans quicker access to care that is also more convenient.
South Korea and the United States began annual military drills Monday despite North Korea’s threat of nuclear strikes in response to the exercises that it calls an invasion rehearsal.
FirstMed Health and Wellness Center was on life support early this year, but new management team is now expanding its services for low-income and underserved patients.
The Bump Up initiative, launched last spring at the College of Southern Nevada, is a mentorship program that strives to help more black and Latino men stay in school and earn degrees.
The Las Vegas Valley may see some showers or even a thunderstorm on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
Five days after an explosive wildfire in Southern California drove thousands from their homes, authorities lifted all evacuation orders Sunday to allow them to return.
President Barack Obama returned from vacation Sunday, ready for a busy fall season and more battles with Congress over Zika funding, the federal budget and $400 million the administration paid Iran.
In his first visit to Nevada since being named Democratic vice presidential nominee, U.S. Sen. Tim Kaine will make two campaign stops Monday in Las Vegas — one an address to an Iron Workers convention at The Mirage and the other a public rally at Local 525 Plumbers & Pipefitters Training Center.
A child suicide bomber killed at least 51 people and wounded nearly 70 others at a Kurdish wedding party near Turkey’s border with Syria.