A woman died after being hit by a vehicle in a southeast valley Wal-Mart parking lot on Friday afternoon, according to Las Vegas police.
The grieving parents and caregivers of 16-month-old Michell Momox-Caselis, who on Sunday was killed in an apparent murder-suicide involving her foster father, are calling for justice.
Life will be beautiful in downtown Las Vegas for the three-day Life Is Beautiful music, food and art festival next week, but it might not be too pretty for motorists using city streets.
A man arrested in September on first degree arson charges was re-booked Thursday on three charges of attempted murder.
Spring Mountain Youth Camp’s water supply has stopped flowing, and supplying water to adequately serve the camp will cost about $250,000 for a 38-week-period.
Embattled Clark County School Board President Erin Cranor ended her silence Friday to declare she won’t resign or pull out of the November election, as requested by her opponent in the race for District G.
An advisory task force to oversee Nevada’s preparations for Ebola is being organized to ensure plans are in place to contain the deadly virus in the event of an exposure in the state, Nevada Chief Medical Officer Dr. Tracey Green said Friday.
When family and friends gather Saturday for David Holmes’ memorial service they will remember him for the things he loved and his patriotic service to his country, his wife, Barbara Holmes, said Friday.
Nevada state agencies have submitted general fund spending requests for the upcoming two-year budget totaling $7.7 billion, or about $1 billion more than was approved for the current spending plan by the 2013 Legislature. But the requests to Gov. Brian Sandoval are just that: requests.
Lingering drought has helped push Lake Tahoe’s water level below its natural rim for the first time in five years, cutting off flows into the Truckee River.