A warrant for the arrest of Samuel Otis Brinton, the deputy assistant secretary of the Energy Department’s Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition, was filed Thursday in Las Vegas Justice Court.
The union authorized a walkout against the center’s food service provider in a unanimous vote, but bargaining teams are still negotiating a contract.
Former Las Vegas City Councilwoman Michele Fiore has applied to fill a vacant seat in Pahrump Justice Court.
Two men were killed Friday morning during a battle over a semi-automatic rifle in a northeast Las Vegas apartment.
A Tennessee man arrested in Las Vegas following the January 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol has been sentenced to more than five years in prison.
The Golden Knights may get an important player back for Friday’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers at T-Mobile Arena.
After a fourth loss this season in which they led by double-digits at halftime, the Raiders are left still trying to process what has gone wrong.
Newly-inaugurated Councilwomen Nancy Brune and Francis Allen-Palenske acknowledge a wide learning curve, but the two are tackling it together.
Canarelli Middle School math teacher Marshal Taylor turned $25 into $150,000 after winning Station Casinos’ Last Man Standing pro football contest.
A mother suffered third-degree burns on 16 percent of her body, and her sone suffered third-degree burns on 20 percent of his body.
The Raiders squandered a 16-3 fourth-quarter lead, victimized by embattled Rams QB Baker Mayfield, whom they acquired via waivers this week.
Veronika Henriques received her green card in the mail, only to be told later that it was issued by mistake and must be returned, another setback in a yearslong fight to become a permanent resident of the United States.
The return of Nevada Ballet Theatre’s “Nutcracker,” the Allman Family Revival Tour, and stand-up performances by Adam Sandler highlight this week’s lineup of things to do in Las Vegas.
For Lisa Marrero, a water waste investigator with the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA), penalizing residents and businesses for wasting water is secondary to educating them about the vital importance of preventing water waste. “I believe education and awareness is the key,” she said. “As I discover water waste and inform the customer, it provides […]
The final scheduled performances in Aerosmith’s “Deuces Are Wild” residency have been spiked.
The nearly 200,000-square-foot facility sits in an unassuming office park next to Interstate 15 and Blue Diamond Road with minimal signage indicating it’s home to Amazon.
Legendary Las Vegas performer Liberace will have a street named after him over three decades after his death.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.