Amber Vanhecke, 24, was traveling in a remote area of the Havasupai Indian Reservation when her car ran out of gas.
The Cincinnati Reds won’t bring Amir Garrett, their No. 2 prospect, to Las Vegas for Big League Weekend. He will stay in Arizona preparing for what probably will be his first season in the majors.
Las Vegas Valley residents can look forward to cooler temperatures for the next few days and a chance for showers over the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Motel owner Ilan Gorodezki plans to develop a 15-story, 370-unit apartment building at the site of his adjacent Super 8 and Thunderbird motels on Las Vegas Boulevard South between Charleston and Oakey boulevards.
Jeffrey Shultz, a 47-year-old Brown Middle School teacher, was arrested on three misdemeanor counts of annoyance, molestation and indecency toward a minor under age 18.
British police have identified the person responsible for the terror attack near Parliament as 52-year-old KhalidMasood.
Assemblywoman Maggie Carlton questioned the effectiveness of a higher education funding formula for Nevada colleges and universities.
The betting public is banking on the over trend to extend to the Sweet 16, and two handicappers are on Oregon-Michigan Over 147 and UCLA-Kentucky Over 165½.
One person was helped from a townhouse and hospitalized after a fire in the east Las Vegas Valley early Thursday.
Here are three things to watch on Day 46 of the 2017 Legislative session.
A 58-year-old man told police he was attacked while using the bathroom at Spring Valley Community Park late Wednesday night.
An 18-year-old man was arrested Tuesday in connection with an early Monday morning police chase after a string of armed home improvement store robberies.
The single-vehicle crash happened about 9:25 p.m. near the intersection of Grand Canyon Drive and Flamingo Road.
Nevada students would be mandated to start school at age 5 and could start as young as 4 in pre-kindergarten programs under a bill introduced in the Assembly Wednesday.
The Clark County Commission will move forward with $25 million in ongoing public projects despite uncertainty if the federal government will continue to provide reimbursement for the work.
Marcus Stroman tossed six hitless innings, Ian Kinsler slugged a two-run homer and the United States routed Puerto Rico 8-0 on Wednesday night to win its first World Baseball Classic in four tries.
Gonzaga meets West Virginia in a Sweet 16 game Thursday, and it seems a lifetime ago for former Bishop Gorman High star Zach Collins when he arrived at school to the daily challenges of teammates.
Undercover FBI agents posed as documentary filmmakers for a production titled “America Reloaded” to draw statements from the men who rushed to support rancher Cliven Bundy in his 2014 stand against the federal government.
The top executive of the SpeedVegas track south of Las Vegas has denied allegations made in a civil lawsuit filed Monday that calls for the attraction to be closed until safety improvements are made.
Once a pending dismissal of the Silverstone Golf Club owner’s bankruptcy case is official, the Silverstone Ranch Community Association plans to sue to restore an operating golf course.
The mother of a 15-year-old girl who authorities say was sexually assaulted in an attack streamed live on Facebook said Wednesday that her daughter has received online threats since it happened and that neighborhood kids have been joking about it and harassing her family.
A juror was dismissed Wednesday from the federal trial against a 93-year-old doctor. The reason for the juror’s removal was not disclosed in open court.
On deciding Javier Righetti’s punishment for the rape and murder of 15-year-old Alyssa Otremba, a prosecutor on Tuesday urged jurors to look no further than the defendant’s own words.
A constitutional amendment that would change Nevada law to recognize all marriages, regardless of gender, saw a long list of witnesses testify in support of the measure at a Senate committee hearing on Wednesday.
The Nevada Senate on Wednesday put an exclamation point on the state’s ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, 45 years to the day after it was passed by Congress and sent to states.
The Mob Museum, the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, plans to spend $6.5 million over the next year to add new, interactive exhibitions and a better dining experience as it seeks to draw in more tourists.
The head of counterterrorism at London’s Metropolitan Police says five people have died in the terror incident in London, including an attacker and a police officer.
There appears to be little appetite to shield the identities of the people who want to cash in on Nevada’s sprouting marijuana industry.
More than 2,000 people in the southwest valley were without power for an hour Wednesday evening after a faulty transformer failed.
If you think Fremont Street’s only signature beverages are booze-infused Technicolor slushies, think again. Downtown bar crawlers have plenty of options for unique Las Vegas drinks that don’t come with a sugar rush or a three-foot plastic cup.
The two people who died Tuesday in an eight-vehicle crash near Kingman, Arizona, have been identified.
Nevada Athletic Commission chairman Anthony Marnell said he doesn’t foresee a regulatory roadblock to a potential boxing match between Conor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr.
A union representing AT&T workers says about 17,000 employees in California and Nevada have gone on strike over a change in some of their job duties.
A Lucky Cab Company driver was arrested last week in connection with the sexual assault of an incapacitated passenger.
Henderson police and Clark County Department of Family Services are investigating the death of a 2-year-old child.
Las Vegas Municipal Court Judge Cedric Kerns has spent the past two decades on the bench, and his challenger Crystal Eller says it’s time for a change.
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