Grateful for his service, the Bank of America gave disabled Army veteran Anthony Shepler a $250 gift card Monday to celebrate Thanksgiving with his family in their renovated Las Vegas home.
Huddled around a smartphone hooked up to a portable speaker, Las Vegas community activists and residents listened to the announcement from Ferguson, Mo., on Monday night. Some shook their heads in disbelief while others looked up to help fight back tears as the St. Louis County prosecutor announced the decision.
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest times of the year at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, so the U.S. Bureau of Land Management is warning visitors to expect large crowds, heavy traffic and even the occasional closure over the long holiday weekend.
The Las Vegas Fire Department has achieved something for the first time in more than 20 years — 424 days without anyone dying in a fire on its watch.
A Henderson man who unintentionally shot and killed a family friend at a downtown Las Vegas bail bond company was sentenced to one to four years in prison Monday.
A man died along a busy stretch of South Rainbow Boulevard on Monday, and Las Vegas police were looking for the driver they said struck him while he pushed a toddler in a stroller.
It will be another week before Assembly Republicans choose a new speaker designate following the announcement Sunday by Sparks lawmaker Ira Hansen that he was stepping down from the post because of controversial statements he made while a columnist for the Sparks Daily Tribune.
After almost two months in The Animal Foundation’s care, some of the dogs rescued from a North Las Vegas fire that killed more than three dozen other dogs are ready to be placed in new homes.
One man was hospitalized after a stabbing in the southwest valley Monday, Las Vegas police said.
The infant who died last week was crushed when his 6 foot, 255 pound father pressed his knees onto him because he wouldn’t stop being “fussy,” according to an arrest report released Monday.