A second suspect was arrested on Wednesday in connection with a Los Angeles shooting over the weekend where two men opened fire on a police squad car.
The mother of a man who was shot and killed by two federal rangers near Red Rock Canyon in February has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
A knife-wielding man shot by police earlier this month had twice been referred to mental health services after recent domestic violence disturbances, Las Vegas police said.
A Virgin Atlantic passenger plane bound for Las Vegas safely carried out a “non-standard” landing at London’s Gatwick airport on Monday after a landing gear problem, with television pictures showing the plane intact and stationary on the runway.
Three adults and nine children were displaced by an apartment fire overnight Saturday, according to the Las Vegas Fire Department. Investigators talked to a homeless man who they said was remorseful that he started the blaze.
One of two women accused of sexually abusing at least eight children and young teens — with some on video — has been a substitute teacher in the Clark Country School District.
Veterans have come forward with complaints about tactics employed by the Veterans Benefits Administration, which demands that veterans prove their injuries were service-related but can deny claims without proving anything.
About 200 residents of West Las Vegas and dignitaries celebrated the reopening of F Street on Thursday, hailing it as reunification of a historic neighborhood with a reawakening downtown.
The six-year saga of F Street’s role in the history of Las Vegas’ racial relations comes to a close Thursday when a section of the road beneath Interstate 15 reopens in a ceremony at F and McWilliams Avenue.
A 23-foot-tall, $25 million rock-chewing machine beneath Lake Mead carefully ground through the last few feet of a three-mile journey that began in 2011, connecting a tunnel to an intake tower.