Witnesses of the June 26 assault told detectives they had overheard the two arguing outside a Las Vegas bar. Master Sgt. Danielle Lynch died from her injuries on July 8.
A day after a fire at the Alpine Motel Apartments left six dead, owner Adolfo Orozco ordered the building’s manager not to speak to investigators until they had “gotten their stories straight,” according to police reports obtained by the Review-Journal.
The city of North Las Vegas announced an educational plan to help teach students whose schools have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s president and CEO said there are still several steps ahead, but that a meeting on the Monorail may be needed soon.
A pair of Las Vegas men accused in the theft of 240 pounds of commercial-grade explosives from a Southern Nevada mining business are facing federal charges.
MGM Resorts International and Culinary Local 226 celebrated new worker protection legislation.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to accept the party’s presidential nomination from his home in Delaware.
The increase of 548 cases counted by the state Department of Health and Human Services was the lowest overnight jump since the agency reported 516 cases on July 7.
Four top city executives have applied to become the next Las Vegas city manager, seeking to take over for Scott Adams as top administrator when he retires in November.
Five months after closing because of the pandemic, the Marjorie Barrick Museum of Art at UNLV is set to reopen.
Vegas, the +450 favorite to win the Stanley Cup, is the heaviest first-round NHL playoff series favorite at -350 over the Chicago Blackhawks.
A state board on Tuesday approved more than $2.2 million in damages for a Las Vegas man who was wrongfully convicted of a 1994 murder.
The president also noting her tough questioning of now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his Senate confirmation hearing.
Smart investments can help communities weather tough times, so when drought conditions hit the Colorado River Basin in 2000, the Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD) joined local water agencies to invest in forward-thinking plans and programs to protect Southern Nevada’s water supply. Engineering a deep-water solution, the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) and its […]
The driver of an SUV that fatally struck two 16-year-old Las Vegas girls was ordered held without bail on Monday.
It’s not clear whether any of them were exposed to the coronavirus at schools.
The COVID-19 testing site at UNLV is moving inside to the Thomas & Mack Center.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.