Animal traps be illegal on public lands, and Nevada should increase the gaming tax to hike education spending, according to Bryce Henderson.
Corey Oswalt threw six strong innings in the 51s’ 4-3 win over Sacramento in the third game of the series at Raley Field.
Allisson Faramilio scored twice and the Lights lost 2-1 to a Premier Development League squad on Wednesday in Downey, Calif.
Recordings of emergency calls after a fatal cougar attack in Washington state last weekend detail how dispatchers calmly struggled to figure out exactly where the surviving victim was — and how worried he was about his friend.
Las Vegas police officer Cordell Hendrex, another officer and security guards were among the first to respond to the upper floors of Mandalay Bay while a gunman opened fire on a country music festival below.
Education funding for the Silver State dominated the discussion at a forum Wednesday night for candidates running for the three open Clark County School Board seats and two of the three open Board of Regents spots.
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UNLV junior tennis player Aiwen Zhu posted the Rebels’ first victory at the NCAA SinglesChampionship in five years Wednesday.
On the heels of a contract to create a Netflix documentary series, former President Barack Obama joked about life outside the White House and said he wants his new project to unite people from all walks of life.
Several people who worked at or near the Route 91 Harvest festival the night of the mass shooting later shared their stories in Spanish or English with Las Vegas police. Their stories were among records released Wednesday.
The battle between Clark County Commission hopefuls Tick Segerblom and Marco Hernandez has turned into one of the more expensive primaries in Nevada.
The Golden Knights are minus 160 series favorites at multiple Las Vegas sports books to defeat the Washington Capitals (plus 140) in the Stanley Cup Final.
One of hockey’s biggest stars is headed to his first Stanley Cup Final in his 13th season in the league to play a team that has only been around for one.
Days before his attack on a country music concert, the Oct. 1 shooter told a condo owner at The Ogden that he wanted to reserve a unit for himself and his wife.
Here’s the weekly fishing report as Memorial Day weekend approaches.
About a half-dozen students gathered on the hot sidewalk in front of the school on Wednesday to highlight issues with districtwide budget cuts and the school’s designation as an autonomous school.
The stadium authority board unanimously approved a $546.3 million budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year and a collection of amended agreements designed to better account for funding of the $1.8 billion, 65,000-seat indoor stadium under construction at Interstate 15 and Russell Road.
This week, Barry Manilow has been rehearsing for his Westgate residency production, which is opening for previews Thursday night.
Thomas Benson, who authorities say follows anti-government “sovereign citizen” ideology, was given probation this week for filing bogus real estate paperwork in Las Vegas.
North Las Vegas plans to hire 29 full-time city employees as part of a $601.2 million budget for the 2018-19 fiscal year.
The leader of Nevada’s Republican Party blasted an incumbent lawmaker in favor of his brothel-owning challenger.
Clint Walker, the towering, strapping actor who handed down justice as the title character in the early TV western “Cheyenne,” has died, his daughter said Tuesday. He was 90.
Real estate professionals gathered in Las Vegas this week agreed that while failed business models like the department store will die, shopping centers will remain valuable.
David Copperfield’s “Lucky #13” illusion, in which audience members appeared to vanish from a floating stage, was dangerous in design and execution, a lawyer for a man suing the magician told Las Vegas jurors Wednesday.
After Clark County’s deadliest year on record for pedestrians, the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada is soliciting feedback on how to make people feel more comfortable about walking on public streets.
Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak entered 2018 with a massive $5.75 million war chest of campaign money — well ahead of either of his two key rivals in the race.