Clark County firefighters battled an east valley blaze that involved two buildings Thursday night, officials said. Firefighters were called to the 3000 block of Parkdale Circle, near Lamb Boulevard and Desert Inn Road, just before 10 p.m.
In the summer of 2011, Justice Department lawyers were wheeling and dealing behind closed doors with dozens of targets in the long-running investigation into the scheme to take over homeowners associations around the Las Vegas Valley.
A woman is dead following an early Thursday morning shooting, North Las Vegas police said.
College of Southern Nevada anthropology and communications professor Jennifer Basquiat will be teaching a spring course called “Zombies, Fear, and the Other,” which will explore zombies from voodoo folklore to cult horror films to cultural phenomenon.
Drunk driving is a nationwide curse on Halloween that Savannah McInnis’ family knows all too well: 48 percent of highway traffic deaths around Oct. 31 involve an intoxicated driver.
The boutique motel rooms have new floors, furniture and paint. The flowers in the center of the property are in full bloom. The road surface is cobblestones, not asphalt. And a small wooden pavilion provides much-needed shade.
Lawyers gave opening statements Thursday in the trial for Raymond James “Jim” Duensing, the lone opponent to Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson.
Twenty states saw an increase in their homeless populations between 2013 and 2014, with Nevada experiencing the largest surge of 1,733 more individuals, according to a report released today by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Exotic dancers at the Sapphire Gentlemen’s Club in Las Vegas won a victory from the Nevada Supreme Court on Thursday over efforts to collect wages for their work.
An expert on Ebola told a Nevada panel of public health officials Wednesday that the virus has virtually no chance of becoming a health care crisis in the United States despite the number of headlines the pathogen is grabbing across the country.