On a corner just west of Mojave High School, a North Las Vegas police officer set down tiny yellow markers Friday night, identifying the spot where a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed about an hour after the school's last bell rang.
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Las Vegas police rescued a climber Thursday morning who injured his ankle in the Red Rock Canyon National Conversation Area.
Tens of millions put their bags on a conveyor belt, walk through a metal detector, then head to their flights at American airports each year.But what happens when a Transportation Security Administration agent misses something in those seemingly routine checks? And, when they do, what does it say about how safe American travelers really are?
Here we go again with another super-cool design for an airliner that flies faster than the speed of sound.
CARSON CITY — Researchers at Nevada's medical school and University Medical Center in Las Vegas will share $8 million for projects and programs aimed at improving women's health, thanks to a 2014 settlement with a major drug company, the attorney general's office announced Wednesday.
A Las Vegas man charged with trying to extort $200,000 from a married businessman videotaped having sex with a stripper entered an emotional guilty plea Tuesday in federal court.
Las Vegas takes on a little Detroit ambience this week when it plays host to Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week and two trade shows that will draw more than 140,000 people to Southern Nevada.
It sounds crazy, but next year, millions of Americans might have to start using passports to fly -- on domestic flights.
Road trips with the kids can be painful. But guess what? In their eyes, you're no rainbow-pooping unicorn either.
New Zealand is known as a land of adventure, but four French hikers got more excitement than they might have wanted on the Lake Waikaremoana Track in the country's Te Urewera National Park.
The California Coastal Commission unanimously approved SeaWorld's $100 million plan to double the size of its killer whale habitat, despite the pleas of animal activists to release the behemoths into the ocean.
Europe! Admit it: It's been on your bucket list for as long as you can remember. But if you've ever actually sat down and cranked out the numbers, you know paradise comes with a LARGE price tag. Reality bites.
Netflix is now boarding Virgin America flights: The companies have teamed up to offer free Wi-Fi to Netflix subscribers on select aircraft for unlimited video streaming above the clouds.
Hilton Worldwide Holdings said on Saturday it was investigating claims that hackers had compromised registers in gift shops and restaurants at a large number of Hilton Hotel and franchise properties across the United States.
Even as the U.S. moved on Friday to ease travel and other restrictions to Cuba, Americans will still not be allowed to go to the Communist nation for "tourist activities," a U.S. official said.
Marriott is giving travelers in New York and London the chance to try out bleeding-edge virtual reality tech in the privacy of their hotel rooms.
Sen. Harry Reid debuted new eyewear last week, a milestone for the Nevadan dealing with the aftermath of severe facial injury.
During the final months of chef Kerry Simon's battle to live, there was one constant: He was surrounded by people "who truly cared for him. It was continuous," George Maloof said.
A man is dead and a woman and man were seriously injured in a single-vehicle crash Friday night at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas police said.
Once the last refuge of lepers and criminals, one of Brussels' quirkiest neighborhoods teems with vintage furniture sellers, flea markets and linguistic invention.
Another legal battle has erupted in the wake of musician B.B. King's death. King's tour manager, Las Vegas resident Myron N. Johnson, filed a defamation lawsuit Thursday against three of the blues legend's daughters.
Long the ugly sister to Florence, Venice and Rome, Italy's business capital Milan is enjoying a renaissance, its once drab skyline coming to life and a new creative vibrancy emerging.
Archaeologists say they have uncovered traces of larger stone monuments less than 2 miles from Stonehenge.
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