We’ll be back. That’s the message a handful of Nevada Democratic candidates delivered after suffering losses in Tuesday’s election.
Michael O’Brien’s slaying, the 107th in Metro’s jurisdiction this year, marked an unwanted milestone: with two months left to go in 2014, the agency has already investigated more than last year’s total number of homicides.
Almost a half-century after he was as an infantry soldier in the Vietnam War, Chuck N. Baker salutes all veterans who have served from the Revolutionary War to the post-9/11 era in a new documentary titled simply, “Veterans: A Motion Picture.”
With the Las Vegas 51s minor league baseball team possibly leaving the Cashman Center, Las Vegas officials are seeking ideas for what to do with the 70-acre downtown stadium and convention center site.
Education Initiative opponents didn’t expect such a landslide defeat. Neither did pollsters, whose work showed the proposed margins tax to be everything from a voter favorite to a statistical toss-up.
Beyond the one that prowls the university in Reno, Nevada is not known for its wolf packs. But a national environmental group believes the Silver State could someday support wolves, assuming the animals survive long enough to make it here.
An earthquake swarm that began in a secluded northwest Nevada region this summer has grown more intense in recent days, increasing the chance of a large quake occurring, geology officials said.
Las Vegas visitors might not think of Las Vegas as being overly patriotic, yet the valley organizes the “largest Veteran’s Day parade west of the Mississippi,” according to its organizers.
A 74-year-old woman is dead after a Saturday evening auto-pedestrian accident in the southeast valley, according to Henderson police.
A man is dead following an early Sunday morning motorcycle crash in the south valley, according to Las Vegas police.