The Las Vegas Review-Journal filed court papers Friday seeking to end a 30-year joint operating agreement with the Las Vegas Sun.
Despite a West Nile virus outbreak, health authorities say they face a challenge convincing local residents that they need to protect themselves against the tiny bloodsuckers.
She made headlines in 2006 when she and the ACLU of Nevada filed a federal lawsuit to strike down a Las Vegas ordinance making it illegal to feed the homeless in city parks.
Nevada Task Force One’s “Mission Ready Package — Water” is set to leave the valley Friday night for Jacksonville, Florida, in preparation of Hurricane Dorian’s landing.
A 78-year-old man in a motorized wheelchair died days after he struck a car while in a crosswalk, Las Vegas police announced Friday.
Where other than Las Vegas can “going to work” mean swimming like a mermaid, laundering a fireproof theatrical costume or vacuuming a room that might just be haunted?
The signs are being tested and are unlikely to begin warning motorists about crashes and other road conditions until late fall, according to state transportation officials.
An investigation is underway into a man’s “suspicious” death Thursday at Burning Man, a weeklong event held annually in the Black Rock Desert in Northern Nevada.
The Clark County coroner’s office has determined that the death of a woman in late July following a domestic disturbance was an accidental drug overdose.