After the December fire left six dead, and a criminal investigation was opened, concerns about evidence preservation and asbestos exposure complicate the issue.
Good news for motorists, despite seeing an increase in walk-in customers at state Nevada Department of Motor Vehicle offices during the last few months of last year, wait times dropped.
The city of Henderson denied it discriminated against its former police chief in a letter to the Nevada Equal Rights Commission.
The reading exercise, ‘Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl,’ spurred a history teacher’s, and his students’, passion.
A plaque and bench have been installed at a Pahrump park in memory of Art Bell, a long-time Pahrump resident and radio personality who died in 2018.
North Las Vegas police have arrested a man and woman after their 3-month-old infant was found dead Sunday in a dumpster on the 2500 block of Carroll Street.
Mild winters, interesting history and striking scenery make this onetime mining town an outstanding place to visit this time of year.
The expected 50,000 attendees at the 5-day furniture, gift and home decor show will clog roads surrounding the World Market Center in downtown Las Vegas next week.
Business owner Chris Shank is planning to run for the Clark County School District Board, targeting the northeast-area District B seat currently held by Trustee Chris Garvey.
The Metropolitan Police Department mischaracterized a woman struck and killed by a Regional Transportation Commission bus as “transient,” her brother said Friday.