Preliminary hearings were scheduled for Jesus Ayala, 18, and Jzamir Keys, 16, were both formally charged with murder this week and accused of killing a retired police chief in a hit-and-run.
A teenager accused of mowing down a retired police chief in a fatal hit-and-run last month told police he thought he would receive a “slap on the wrist,” according to an arrest report.
While domestic traffic declined slightly, the airport serving Las Vegas is still on a pace to surpass 2022’s record totals after eight months.
The Clark County coroner’s office identified the man stabbed to death on a Regional Transportation Commission bus.
A looming government shutdown could affect food assistance programs, air travel, national parks and more, according to Nevada’s federal delegates.
With Jimmy Garoppolo potentially out on Sunday with a concussion, the Raiders have to decide between veteran Bryan Hoyer and rookie Aidan O’Connell.
Culinary Union members will decide Tuesday if they are prepared to strike over negotiations in citywide contracts for the hospitality industry on the Strip and in downtown Las Vegas.
A labor union leader described the incident that led to the death of a construction worker over the weekend at the Bellagio fountains as a “freak accident.”
Road work will close the 215 Beltway in both directions at the Centennial Bowl in the northwest valley.
How opera star Rachael Wilson sang her way from Southern Nevada to the grand stages of Europe
Lundy Elementary School was damaged in an August rainstorm. About a dozen students are attending classes in Indian Springs and will likely continue for the rest of this school year.
Culinary Local 226’s calls for mandated daily room cleanings illustrates the union’s push for changing workload demands.
Morgan Wallen says, “It was impossible” to play all stadiums he wanted to in ’23, so he’s adding more in ’24.
The Arbor View-Desert Pines football game was ruled a double forfeit by the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association after a postgame fight broke out.
At the bottom of the special Nevada license plates issued to honor the Vegas Golden Knights, there’s a simple message: Vegas Born. The motto recognizes the unlikely birth of major-league hockey in a city where, before Bill Foley’s vision was realized, most of the ice in town was served in drinks. But the Knights changed […]
She was on her way to an iHeartRadio Festival sound check at T-Mobile Arena when she heard someone “killing some Tina Turner.”
The Raiders played inept football for three quarters, and their rally fell short on “Sunday Night Football” in a loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Allegiant Stadium.
The Huntridge Theater shared new renderings of its planned renovations that will take a year of construction to complete.
One corrections officer worked 13 days in a row of 12-hour or longer shifts without a day off.