Micah May, 46, died Thursday after he was struck by a car July 27 during a law enforcement pursuit. The married father of two was a 13-year veteran of Highway Patrol.
Clark County employees may be required to submit to weekly COVID-19 testing if not vaccinated beginning Sept. 1
A $1.5 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill being hammered out in the Senate includes funding for Nevada needs such as preventing wildfires, expanding broadband access, water recycling and aviation improvements.
Kenneth Ward of Santa Cruz, California, had just arrived for a vacation when he won.
The veteran quarterback connected on a deep ball to the 2020 first-round pick in what the team hopes is just a preview of bigger things to come.
The announcement was something of a reversal for the Biden administration after saying that a Supreme Court ruling prevented a moratorium.
Las Vegas police are investigating after two women were found dead Tuesday after an apparent murder-suicide at a hotel near the Strip.
Oakland Athletics officials have made four trips to Las Vegas to scout potential stadium locations and meet with political and business leaders.
Nevada on Tuesday reported 1,215 new coronavirus cases and 11 deaths two-week while the state’s test positivity rate rose another 0.2 of a percentage point to 15.1 percent.
A 75-day listening tour began to solicit feedback on how to use the record $6.7 billion coming into the state from the American Rescue Plan.
A lawsuit accuses a Henderson company that sells high-capacity magazines of recklessly channeling the ammunition into the hands of a mass shooter in Dayton, Ohio.
Jessica DuPreez, the fiancee of Henderson casino manager “Big Mike” Freedy, now urges everyone to get vaccinated.
One night. Two venues. About 90,000 fans. Inside a packed T-Mobile Arena, a capacity crowd watched Connor McGregor take to the octagon at UFC 264 in pursuit of old glories. Meanwhile, across Interstate 15 inside Allegiant Stadium, 68,000 fans sang with country music legend Garth Brooks as he kicked off his stadium tour after nearly […]
The man who struck a Nevada Highway Patrol trooper with a stolen vehicle last week drove about a mile with the trooper in his windshield and reached for his gun before he was fatally shot by officers, police said Monday.
“I think it demonstrates as much as anything does that their heart is where it ought to be as we work on this,” Clark County Commissioner Jim Gibson said of MGM Resorts International.
John Brown, signed by the Raiders in the offseason, is one of the NFL’s fastest players, but he said he couldn’t beat fellow wide receiver Henry Ruggs in a race.
Check out the Las Vegas Raiders' new $2 billion home with this view looking south.