Two people died and one was critically wounded after a two home invasions that led to an officer-involved shooting in the southeast valley Tuesday morning, according to Las Vegas police.
UNLV, the University of Nevada School of Medicine and a local nonprofit are partnering to bring more services to autistic children, in the form of a two-story center across from UNLV’s main campus.
Las Vegas high school student Javier Salazar may have started doing graphic design just two years ago, but he’s one of only three U.S. competitors in the Adobe World Championship in Anaheim, Calif., which pitted him against 31 others from 17 countries.
U.S. Rep. Joe Heck, R-Nev., and his Democratic opponent Erin Bilbray have agreed to debate Oct. 24 on “Ralston Reports,” their campaigns said Tuesday.
An intriguing offer to have two winners from disputed Nevada pageant compete in Orlando, Fla., did not come to pass.
A motorcyclist was killed after colliding with a pickup truck Tuesday afternoon near the 5400 block of Spring Mountain.
The Rainbow Canyon neighborhoods on Mount Charleston, battered by floodwater and debris, are still scrambling to recover from damage caused by a summer storm on Monday.
The Southern Nevada veterans medical center that opened two years ago at a cost of $1 billion is failing to fulfill its promise because of VA scandal, and because it was not properly outfitted, Sen. Harry Reid, said Tuesday.
A member of the Playboy Bloods street gang abruptly pleaded guilty Tuesday on the second day of his federal racketeering trial.
U.S. Magistrate Judge George Foley Jr. on Tuesday ordered federal authorities to get outside medical treatment for a key defendant in the homeowners association corruption case.