A woman is accused of ramming her car into her boyfriend, who was running on an on-ramp at McCarran International Airport, causing him to fall 30 feet to the ground, a Las Vegas police report said.
A winning Mega Millions lottery ticket has been sold in San Jose, California, the California Lottery said Tuesday night.
Officers were called about 7:50 p.m. on reports of the robbery at a store on the 4800 block of East Tropicana Avenue, near South Nellis Boulevard, Metro Lt. David Gordon said.
A secretly recorded tape of Donald Trump by his longtime personal lawyer was played on CNN Tuesday night in which the two can be heard talking about a potential payment for a Playboy model’s story about an alleged affair.
The 32-year-old New Englander, born with a congenital amputation of his left arm just below the elbow, dropped to 14-2 in his pro career with a decision loss on Tuesday night in Las Vegas.
A developer on Tuesday agreed to pay more than $8 million for land near the Raiders’ future corporate headquarters and practice facility in Henderson.
California’s U.S. senators want the rest of the country to subsidize the state’s idiotic behavior
Give him the Golden Flush instead
Our representatives need to do their jobs
Undoubtedly there are examples of expenses that we pay in Las Vegas that are provided for “free” in high-tax states.
Kids got a chance to learn from Vegas Golden Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland during a street hockey clinic the team hosted Tuesday at Paradise Recreation Center.
The Metropolitan Police Department will pay $500,000 to the mother of a man who died in police custody in a case that spurred changes in the department’s Taser policy.
Drop by the Las Vegas Ice Center on any afternoon or evening, and there’s no telling what you may encounter on its two “sheets” of ice.
Lawmakers negotiating a final defense bill excluded a provision that would have prohibited the Interior Department from placing the sage grouse, in Nevada and other states, on the endangered species list for a decade.
The Kats! Bureau at this writing is Patio Bar at the Flamingo Las Vegas, a few strides from the Donny & Marie Showroom. Tuesday, the stage show “Legends in Concert” celebrates its 35th anniversary.
The Mountain West will begin negotiating new TV contracts in April, and how the deals come together will affect the conference’s growth.
Summerlin has a policy that doesn’t allow for permanent string lights in residential areas, but the residents who love them say their exterior illumination is less Clark Griswold and more muted mood lighting.
Cora Coleman has enjoyed enough success that patrons say even its largest activity room — where seniors gather to take aerobics classes, listen to guest speakers and hold holiday parties — is reaching capacity on a regular basis.
Daishen Nix is one of the best — and most underrated — point guard prospects in the country, a distinction he’s comfortable with for now.
The Nevada Secretary of State’s office has launched a voter fraud investigation into six Clark County residents who voted twice during the June 12 primary election, county Registrar of Voters Joe Gloria said Tuesday.
A little rainbow is shining inside the Gay and Lesbian Community Center of Southern Nevada in the vacant area that once was the Bronze Cafe, and it’s bringing a liveliness back to the space.
Harley-Davidson expects new tariffs to increase the company’s annual costs by as much as $100 million as long as the trade dispute between the U.S. and other countries goes on.
The newest museum in Las Vegas doesn’t charge admission. But they do accept tips.
A woman was seriously injured Tuesday in the central valley when a police SUV slammed into her vehicle during a pursuit of a carjacking suspect, Las Vegas police said.
Roughly 75 Moapa Valley residents turned out Tuesday to hear State Engineer Jason King spell out his concerns about the Lower White River Flow System, a collection of five linked aquifers stretching from Apex north into Lincoln County.
More than 100,000 volunteers are behind the scenes, helping the PGA Tour organize more than 120 Web.com, PGA Tour and PGA Tour Champions tournaments. They have helped raise more than $2.4 billion for charities over the years.
San Francisco supervisors voted Tuesday to give plastic straws the cold shoulder, following the lead of Seattle, another eco-conscious West Coast city where a ban went into effect this month.