A man was hospitalized Thursday after he fell down a casino elevator shaft, Clark County fire officials reported.
In a milestone for what was once a recession-shuttered project in southwest Las Vegas, The Gramercy installs a giant “G” sculpture. Office and residential tenants are following soon.
Kelly Elementary School didn’t receive vindication Thursday from accusations at the state level that it cheated on Nevada standardized tests in 2012 to increase scores.
One person is dead after being struck by a vehicle Thursday night, according to Clark County Fire Department Chief Roy Session.
A Vagos motorcycle gang leader appeared drunk when he agreed to participate with an undercover officer in what he thought was a major cocaine deal, according to government surveillance video of the conversation. The videotape was played in court by defense lawyers Thursday in a rare joint hearing by two federal judges.
A 29-year-old Las Vegas man was convicted Thursday in a double-murder prosecutors said was carried out inside a central valley apartment five years ago.
The state Supreme Court is wasting no time in moving forward with the creation of an intermediate court of appeals following voter approval of Question 1 on Tuesday.
Republicans have achieved statewide power like nothing they’ve seen since the Depression, and the combination of a GOP-controlled Nevada Senate, Assembly and governor’s seat promises outcomes unlike any other in recent memory.
A man was killed in a drive-by shooting in the northwest valley Thursday morning, Las Vegas police said.
Lawyers for Caesars Entertainment Corp. deny a defense assertion that the company acted as a government agent during the investigation of a multimillion-dollar World Cup betting scheme.