Police are seeking help identifying a suspect in the robbery of a business Friday morning in the central Las Vegas Valley.
A vehicle hit a pedestrian about 10:30 p.m. near East Bonanza Road and North 28th Street, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Branden Clarkson said.
San Diego State’s Jordan Verdon delivered a one-out, bases-loaded sacrifice fly to score Jacob Maekawa for a 4-3 victory over UNLV in the 12th inning Friday of the Mountain West tournament.
UNLV freshman Avi’Tal Wilson-Perteete placed second in the 800-meter run Friday at the NCAA West Preliminary Championships in Sacramento, California, to earn a berth in the NCAA Outdoor Championships.
Golden Edge host Bryan Salmond interviews the Saskatchewan duo Justin and Greg about the Golden Knights making it to the Stanley Cup Final.
The president of the University of Southern California has agreed to step down amid a raging sex scandal involving a university gynecologist who is accused of conducting inappropriate exams for decades, the chairman of the school’s board of trustees said Friday.
Gennady Golovkin is pursuing a 50-50 split for a potential Sept. 15 bout in Las Vegas against Canelo Alvarez, whose two positive drug tests forced cancellation of the spring fight at T-Mobile Arena.
North Korean released 10 U.S. prisoners during the Obama years — but this was in spite of, not because of, Mr. Obama.
Soon, a handful of technology-based corporations is going to be in absolute control of whole swaths of the American economy.
It is uplifting to see everyone in the arena standing, singing and showing respect for the United States.
The decision was the proper reading of federal law, but it highlights once again how the liberal justices prefer to act as lawmakers on the bench.
The UNLV men’s golf team shot 9 over in Friday’s first round of the NCAA Championships in Stillwater, Oklahoma. The Rebels failed to take advantage of Shintaro Ban’s 5-under 67.
“Hamilton’s” Grammy-winning original cast album has sold 1.5 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen Music.
He’s been tucked inside your wallet all along. The “$10 Founding Father,” that is — the inspiration for the Broadway-and-beyond musical phenomenon “Hamilton,” which opens a monthlong Smith Center run Tuesday night.
A threat to a high school graduation held at a northwest valley church was deemed not to be credible Thursday evening, Las Vegas police said Friday.
Golden Knights coach Gerard Gallant remains grounded as his team plays for the Stanley Cup against the Washington Capitals beginning Monday at T-Mobile Arena.
The Tony-winning, Pulitzer-winning, Grammy-winning musical “Hamilton” is a multivenue phenomenon.
Between “Of Thee I Sing” and “Hamilton,” multiple musicals have given U.S. history and politics the song-and-dance treatment.
“Alexander Hamilton,” historian and author Ron Chernow’s biography of the Founding Father, was published in April 2004.
Three hopefuls for Clark County Sheriff vowed to cooperate with federal immigration officials and laws if elected.
Defense attorneys for David Copperfield and others wrapped up their closing arguments Friday in a trial over a slip and fall at one of the magician’s shows. Jury deliberations are expected to begin early next week.
So you weren’t able to score tickets to “Hamilton” — or weren’t willing to fork over the dozens upon dozens of Hamiltons for the tickets that were available. Here are some ways to console yourself:
Police responded to a call at a Las Vegas residence on the 5000 block of Cartaro Drive to investigate a domestic disturbance between a man and a woman at about 7:20 p.m. Thursday.
The chief executive officers of Nevada’s six largest casino operators combined earned more than $110 million in total compensation last year, according to Equilar.
Mandalay Bay engineer Stephen Shuck credits security guard Jesus Campos for saving his life the night of the Oct. 1 shooting in a report given to Las Vegas police days after the mass shooting.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Browser are putting up a “goodie baskets” on the series.
Nicklas Backstrom and Alex Ovechkin didn’t need to say a word to each other after the Washington Capitals clinched a spot in the Stanley Cup Final with a Game 7 win over the Lightning on Wednesday.