Police were at the home through Thursday night conducting a preliminary investigation. Both the boys parents were cooperating with detectives.
Birthday wishes for Tony Bennett played out on Strip marquees as the music legend was honored with a champagne toast at the Brooklyn Bridge at New York-New York on Thursday night.
Just as Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin was explaining Thursday morning what he sees as dangerously narrow sidewalks along Charleston Boulevard, a woman dragging a wheeled cart walked past, illustrating the problem.
More than 13 years after it was created, Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area finally has its first paved access road and other amenities.
Beginning Friday night, Charleston Boulevard will be reduced to one lane of traffic in each direction between Main Street and Grand Central Parkway in downtown Las Vegas as crews install an underground storm drain.
A private professional guardian recently packed up and left the state with seemingly little concern for the dozens of wards she left behind.
The motorcyclist killed in a crash Wednesday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Juniors and seniors from four area high schools attended a Student Leadership Symposium April 22 at Nevada State College, 1125 Nevada State Drive. It’s a fair bet that none of them expected to hear what motivational speaker Roy Juarez Jr. had to say.
The games students at Martin Middle School play don’t involve rapid hand-eye coordination, smartphones or exploding zombies. The Chess Club at the school is only in its second year, but it is already making a name for itself in the state.
On average, Las Vegas welcomes 2,200 refugees per year. To help ease the burden of resettlement, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with the help of Catholic Charities, will host a refugee drive on May 21.