The Mormon church said Tuesday it will sever all ties with the Boy Scouts of America at the end of next year and place its remaining 425,000 boys into a gospel-focused youth program it is developing. The move ends a nearly century-old relationship that was based on their shared values.
A forum featuring three of Nevada’s gubernatorial candidates covered several topics Tuesday night in Las Vegas, but it did little to move the needle for some voters.
Edwin Montoya’s family carved their farm on the slopes of the Kilauea volcano out of “raw jungle,” transforming it into a fertile collection of gardens, animal pens and fruit trees.
At the beginning of last year, Finland put universal basic income to the test. Less than 16 months later, it’s pulling the plug.
How long have there been Indian casinos? People still come to Vegas.
Shoring up the millions the taxi cartel is losing to Uber and Lyft
The Knights show that the rush (fast break ) starts with excellent defense. Remember Tark?
Centennial pitcher Amanda Sink set a state record for most strikeouts in a seven-inning game in the Bulldogs’ 12-0 victory over Durango on Tuesday in the Sunset Region softball tournament.
Don Blankenship couldn’t overcome opposition from President Donald Trump and pressures from within his own party to capture the Republican U.S. Senate primary in West Virginia.
Coronado scored three times in the first inning en route to an 8-5 road win over Liberty on Tuesday in the first round of the Sunrise Region tournament.
A coalition of government agencies and civic groups are leading a volunteer clean-up at the Great Unconformity Interpretive Site at the base of Frenchman Mountain just off Lake Mead Boulevard.
UNLV is coming off a championship in the Mountain West indoor meet. The Rebels are one of the favorites heading into this week’s outdoor meet in Clovis, California.
Stormy Daniels’ lawyer said Tuesday he has information showing that Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s longtime personal attorney, received $500,000 from a company associated with a Russian billionaire within months of paying hush money to Daniels, a porn star who claims she had an affair with Trump.
Once one of the hottest shows in the city, “Tony n’ Tina’s” opened at the Rio in 2005. The show moved to V Theater at Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood, then the mezzanine level of Planet Hollywood, and finally Windows Showroom at Bally’s, where the show was most recently performed.
Golden Knights fans react to City National Arena’s The Arsenal store and how the team has effected Las Vegas.
Las Vegas’ largest gaming employers may not follow Caesars Entertainment Corp.’s lead of no longer screening job applicants for marijuana use.
Seattle Mariners’ James Paxton no-hits Toronto Blue Jays to become first Canadian to accomplish the feat in home country.
Justices for the state high court fired a series of pointed questions at attorneys Tuesday in a case that could determine if Nevadans will be able to vote on an anti-sanctuary cities initiative.
Aces rookie guard Raigyne Louis was the 2016-17 SEC Defensive Player of the Year and has impressed coach Bill Laimbeer with her defense in training camp.
At least three people were hospitalized after a shootout in an eastern Las Vegas Valley parking lot Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Jurors hearing a slip-and-fall case against magician David Copperfield and MGM Grand will not visit the resort during the trial, a Las Vegas judge decided Tuesday.
How much is the Lucky Dragon worth? That depends on whom you ask.
As a prisoner awaits a decision on his death wish, the Nevada Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments on whether the state’s Department of Corrections should proceed with an untested method of lethal injection.
The April 28 collection day was the 15th in the last eight years, according to the release. The next Take Back Day is scheduled Oct. 27.
The Saline Valley Warm Springs are just like any other attraction you might find inside a national park. Except for all the naked people. And the illegal airstrip. And the pushy gang of wild burros.
North Las Vegas Police Chief Alexander Perez announced Tuesday that he will retire May 24, meeting a promise to serve only a brief, three-year tenure marked by hiring additional officers and expanding the department’s outreach to the city’s Spanish-speaking residents.
While in Stockholm, Samuel Ingalls paused at the sight of passengers swiping passes and phones to board a subway. The technology looked familiar. Then he realized — a similar device to read passes was at McCarran International Airport.
Approximately 1,000 tickets for each of the Western Conference finals home games go on sale at noon Thursday through the team’s website, vegasgoldenknights.com.
A 67-year-old woman was injured early Tuesday when two men robbed a Henderson convenience store, police said.