A large police presence, including SWAT members, was seen near a Siegel Suites apartment complex in the central Las Vegas Valley on Thursday night.
The Nevada Department of Corrections is investigating the death of a 29-year-old inmate, who appeared to have died by suicide Tuesday evening.
Sophomore Jack Trent and freshman David Rauch each shot even-par 72 to lead UNLV to a tie for 12th after one round of the 20-team John Burns Intercollegiate men’s golf tournament Thursday in Lihue, Hawaii.
With help from the city of Las Vegas, a Salvation Army shelter stays open during the day Thursday and Friday, offering a safe place for the homeless to find respite from freezing temperatures and snow.
The president puts himself first rather than the issues.
Rarely does one bill expose so much hypocrisy. That’s the only benefit of a legislative effort to increase the cost of school construction by imposing higher prevailing wage requirements.
If abortion advocates believed their own rhetoric, they’d oppose the Trust Nevada Women Act.
But how will it be enforced?
Small Vegas crowd indicates she should rethink her candidacy.
A lease agreement allowing the Raiders to play in Oakland in 2019 is expected to be finalized and advanced next week to the voting stage, where it’s considered unlikely to face significant opposition, a person familiar with the process said Thursday.
Assembly Bill 121 aims to codify in statute practices already followed by lawmakers pursuant to recommendations issued by the Legislative Counsel Bureau.
Former Clark County District Attorney George Dickerson died last week at his home in Maine. He was 96.
A proposed constitutional amendment that would give the Legislature more control over governance of higher education in Nevada began its second required trip through the legislative process Thursday, potentially on its way to a question before voters in 2020.
North Las Vegas police have arrested of a man suspected of fatally stabbing someone at a house party in late December, the department announced Thursday night.
A group of middle school girls jumped in the driver’s seat Thursday to get a firsthand look at emerging careers in the technology and engineering fields.
Public-private partnerships and changing zoning laws are key to building affordable housing, the U.S. government’s top housing executive said while visiting Las Vegas on Thursday morning.
Coach Gerard Gallant changed his forward lines last week in an effort to snap the Golden Knights out of their funk, and taking away playing time is his most powerful weapon with 20 games remaining.
Federal safety regulators are investigating whether employees and visitors were exposed to unsafe levels of radiation at a Grand Canyon National Park research building where uranium ore samples apparently sat around for years in unmarked buckets.
With transportation officials ready to decide if light rail is in Maryland Parkway’s future, residents sounded off on their concerns for the important Las Vegas corridor.
A man who had been missing since Monday was found in good health Friday afternoon in North Las Vegas, police said.
The forward felt he was “public enemy No. 1” a few games after the Knights acquired him before last season’s trade deadline.
The real victims.
“Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel in Concert,” charting the Kings early years, opens at Harrah’s Showroom on April 15, performing 8 p.m. Wednesdays through Mondays (dark Tuesdays) with additional 3 p.m. performances Sundays.
Will the Lakers make the playoffs? That proposition has generated six figures worth of wagers at the Westgate sportsbook since it reposted postseason odds on the Lakers over the NBA All-Star break.
A murder charge against a woman accused of killing her boyfriend last year was dropped after North Las Vegas police identified a new suspect in the case, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.
When the El Cid Hotel caught fire in mid-December, a police sergeant witnessed individuals jumping out of windows and upward of 50 homeless people living in the ramshackle downtown building.
A Las Vegas jury convicted a 52-year-old man Thursday of dozens of counts for wielding a decade of sexual torture over his own children and other family members.
“Skill-based slot machines have not gained significant popularity on the casino floor but there are still innovators developing these types of games to gain better traction with a younger demographic,” Nevada Gaming Control Board Chairwoman Sandra Morgan said.