Lenoard Nielsen and Ed Hall, believed to be the last two survivors of the attack on Pearl Harbor living in Las Vegas, aren’t sure that the lessons from the “date that will live in infamy” will withstand the test of time.
Alex Honnold is one of the most accomplished rock climbers in the world. He can add another feat to his list: Rescuer.
Kirk Fuchigami, 25, who was killed in action Wednesday in a helicopter crash in the Logar Province of Afghanistan, attended Rancho High and was active in ROTC program.
The state will become the next-to-last in the country to say goodbye to lower-alcohol 3.2% beer on Friday, when drinkers welcome new, slightly stronger brews to grocery stores, gas stations and bars.
The earthquakes that hammered the Southern California desert near the town of Ridgecrest last summer involved ruptures on a web of interconnected faults and increased strain on a major nearby fault that has begun to slowly move, according to a new study.
Federal official praises Clark County School District for its testing program, which detected elevated lead levels in water at three schools in late 2017 and early 2018.
Hot, dry winds sweeping into Southern California raised concerns that the region’s largest utility could widen power shutoffs Friday to prevent equipment from sparking wildfires.
With the severity of his heart condition unknown, it’s too soon to say when — or even if — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders might return to the campaign trail.
The 27-year Air Force veteran, a resident of Las Vegas for more than 30 years, died on Sept. 16 in Illinois at the age of 90.
A public service announcement released Wednesday by Sandy Hook Advocacy is purposefully grim and shocking.