Metro homicide detectives and the Clark County Fire Department are investigating a dead body found in a burnt-down motor home Thursday night.
A 2-year-old child was resuscitated after being found at the bottom of a swimming pool Thursday night, Las Vegas police said.
Dung Luu, who now lives in Las Vegas, will never forget what happened after North Vietnamese tanks rolled into Saigon 40 years ago on April 30, 1975, and put the former South Vietnamese capital under communist control.
A diverse group of 18 Nevadans, from former U.S. Senator Richard Bryan to Latino leader Otto Merida, on Thursday endorsed Catherine Cortez Masto to replace retiring U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev.
A New Jersey IRS revenue officer was arrested in Las Vegas Thursday in an alleged scheme to hide personal income and prepare false tax returns for other people.
The only May weather record threatened this weekend is the fighter’s, as temperatures will be hot in Las Vegas, but not hot enough.
Nevada education officials will hit pause on the state’s school accountability ratings following weeks of computer glitches that have marred an online student testing system. The State Board of Education on Thursday voted to carry over the one- to five-star ratings that individual campuses received in the 2013-14 school year to the 2014-15 school year.
One day short of the 12th anniversary of an infamous stolen-vehicle rampage he orchestrated — complete with claims of talking directly to Jesus — Carlos Bugarin was found shot dead at his Las Vegas apartment complex.
Bonanza Road was shut down Thursday near Las Vegas Boulevard after a vehicle hit a pedestrian, according to police.
Las Vegas area homeowners who have done minor repairs without permits can get them inspected during May without paying any penalty as part of an “amnesty” initiative.