June Whitley, remembered as a civil rights pioneer and a unifying force during her 15-year tenure on Nevada’s higher education board, has died. She was 79.
As President Barack Obama hosts other world leaders in his final summit on nuclear security, several Nevada college students are expected to join a nearby rally Friday to push for eliminating nuclear weapons from the planet.
A new app from Clark County and the cities of Las Vegas, North Las Vegas and Henderson can help residents plan for emergency situations, according to a release from Clark County.
Local and state law enforcement agencies have banded together in hopes of protecting the elderly and infirm from those who want to exploit them.
The Nevada Supreme Court ordered a new trial Thursday for a Las Vegas man given two death sentences for killing two prostitutes a decade ago, finding that the prosecution engaged in “purposeful discrimination” in jury selection.
Henderson police are searching for a missing or runaway 13-year-old girl. Kaylee Witters-Morris was last seen leaving her home on the 500 block of Walnut Port Place about 10:30 a.m. Thursday morning,
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The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. April 1 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District in downtown Las Vegas, near the intersection of Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
Traffic near the T-Mobile Arena will be rougher than usual tonight during a dress rehearsal to stress-test arena services before next week’s grand opening, according to a MGM Resorts International spokesman.
Southern Nevada had nine fatal drowning incidents in 2015 — the most since 2009 — and the Southern Nevada Child Drowning Prevention Coalition is doing something about it with its April Pools Day media event.