Steven Lee Cox, 45, died when he was ejected from his Chevrolet pickup about 9:50 p.m. Tuesday on the 8300 block of Bermuda Road, authorities said.
Investigators in the Russia election meddling probe have floated the idea of forcing President Donald Trump to testify under oath.
The first outdoor music festival to be announced since the Oct. 1 tragedy has been formally announced for Sept. 22 at Las Vegas Festival Grounds.
We build a 40-foot wall, and Mexico will build a 41-foot ladder.
The case reeks of misconduct, cronyism and vindictiveness.
Last Thursday, Trustees held a press conference and demanded that Gov. Brian Sandoval call a special session to provide money for teacher raises. District officials used outright falsehoods to make their case.
Socialism has brought nothing but misery and poverty.
Sadly, we are doomed to “more of the same” thinking and achievement results.
Between the giant unkempt beard, 6-foot-5 frame and a smile with gaping holes where teeth used to be, Brent Burns looks every bit the part of an all-star defenseman.
Before the last one had a chance to simmer down, Kanye West caused another stir, calling American slavery a “choice” in an interview Tuesday.
The Golden Knights No. 1 line led by William Karlsson has terrorized San Jose in the first three games of the Western Conference semifinals, combining for 19 points.
Centennial freshman point guard Taylor Bigby is blossoming into one of the top freshmen on the West Coast and already has secured scholarship offers from Colorado and Utah of the Pac-12.
Sequoia Holmes, who graduated from Mojave High and starred at UNLV from 2004 to 2008, is the founder, director and coach of Sequoia Select — a grassroots travel basketball program for girls in Las Vegas.
In winning yet another Stanley Cup playoff game Monday night, Vegas players again reminded those asking questions afterward of a certain incentive that has defined their expansion journey.
Las Vegas saw a sharp decline in weddings in the last three months of 2017 following the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting. Brides and grooms stayed away amid heightened concerns over safety.
Golden Knights goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury said some dialogue between the league and its goalies might result in more clarity on exactly what is goaltender interference.
The Chinese resort enclave posted monthly gaming revenue of $3.2 billion compared with $2.5 billion in the same month last year. It was the 21st consecutive month of growth.
A power outage near UNLV on Tuesday evening left hundreds of people without power, according to NV Energy.
Bolstered by a large deal with a Denver homebuilder, The Howard Hughes Corp. sold more land in Summerlin last quarter than it did a year earlier. But the average price of the dirt slipped.
An exciting birthday celebration in Las Vegas turned dreadful for a British tourist who fell during a David Copperfield performance on the Strip, the man told jurors Tuesday.
With the local economy churning, it makes sense that a locals-focused casino company could take advantage.
Since being hired in 2011, Reid focused on updating the city’s municipal code and charter. Reid said he submitted close to 200 ordinances to update the city’s municipal code.
Clark County commissioners appeared frustrated Tuesday when representatives of WestCare, a national nonprofit addiction treatment group threatening to close its Las Vegas clinic, couldn’t answer questions about funding and care.
Sections of a major freeway interchange will close for overnight work Thursday as crews continue widening a five-mile stretch of Interstate 15 in North Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua, a 6-foot 8-inch forward from Cameroon, committed to UNLV. He is a product of the NBA Global Academy.
A man arrested after a barricade inside of a Henderson residence Tuesday had been on the run from law enforcement for more than 10 years, officials said.
Forward Tomas Tatar returned to the ice for the Golden Knights for game 3 Monday against San Jose after sitting out the last four games as a healthy scratch.
The Environmental Protection Agency designation could lead to stripping of federal highway money and takeover of local clean-air programs by the EPA, but local official says such actions are a long way off.
Tommie C. Burnside Jr., 38, was fatally shot inside the room at Motel 6, 5058 Dean Martin Drive, after refusing to give up his money during the April 9 attempted robbery, according to a Metropolitan Police Department warrant.
Four college administrators with diverse backgrounds and from different parts of the country have been named finalists to become president of the College of Southern Nevada.