Joe Neal was so much a part of the fabric of the Nevada Legislature that it’s hard to imagine he has been out of office 15 years.
A man was shot in the side of the head in the central valley on Friday, according to Las Vegas police.
At least one person is hospitalized and part of Sahara Avenue is closed after a crash Friday evening in the central valley, according to Las Vegas police.
Armed citizens who started guarding the entrances of military recruiting centers in Las Vegas almost two weeks ago were not there Friday.
At age 12, Mark Brandenburg mopped the basement floors at Las Vegas’ first casino: the Golden Gate at 1 Fremont St. Nearly 50 years later, he has his own office in the building as its president and shareholder.
President Barack Obama is lined up this month for yet another trip to Las Vegas, officials confirmed Friday.
One person was hospitalized following a garage fire in the northeast valley blamed on “careless handling of ashes,” according to the Clark County Fire Department.
A federal appeals panel Friday ordered the dismissal of a mortgage fraud case against a lawyer who claimed he was charged after prosecutors falsely accused him of violating an immunity agreement.
Looking through the van for the first cash bag of the day, security guard Matthew Allen heard a voice behind him say: “Give me the money.”
Dozens of people waiting in line cheered Friday when Nevada’s first medical marijuana dispensary opened in Sparks, 15 years after voters approved medicinal pot.