Among the many Nevada newsmakers who died in 2018 were a former Nevada governor and U.S. senator, a celebrity columnist and TV host known for bidding his viewers “Champagne wishes and caviar dreams” at the end of his show and the namesake of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts.
If your New Year’s plans include alcohol, the Nevada Highway Patrol wants to remind motorists there are several ways to get home safely and avoid costly DUI-related costs and jail time.
Las Vegas defense attorney Alexis Plunkett threatened to have her former boyfriend killed behind bars, prosecutors said in court papers filed Friday urging a judge to revoke her bail.
The Vegas Golden Knights’ improbable run to the Stanley Cup Final and the team’s impact on the community was the top local story in 2018, but it was hardly the only big news of the year.
The usual happenings in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area carried on Saturday despite a partial government shutdown now expected to drag into Christmas.
The former home of philanthropists Charles and Phyllis Frias in rural Lincoln County will be transformed into a camping haven for Girl Scouts in Southern Nevada and beyond, officials announced Tuesday.
The Nevada State Museum is home to hundreds of pieces that have been collected to help educate people about the state and its natural history.
Active search efforts for 20-year-old Micah Tice, a cadet candidate at the Air Force Academy Preparatory School, have been put on hold “in the absence of additional clues,” a Rocky Mountain National Park release said Tuesday.
Clark County Animal Control recovered 35 dogs last week from a home in Moapa Valley, about 60 miles northeast of Las Vegas.