Top Ladies of Distinction creates a second Southern Nevada chapter.
A national organization that calls out corporations and other U.S. institutions for fostering sexual exploitation took the unusual step Monday of naming Nevada as one of America’s top promoters of sex trafficking.
If you think you have a grasp of what the $150 million Las Vegas Ballpark will offer to fans of the Aviators (formerly 51s) just because you drive by the site occasionally on your way to Downtown Summerlin, are you ever in for a surprise.
A Northern Nevada woman who claims a neighboring tribe stole her horse during a roundup last month has dropped her lawsuit because she’s convinced the horse had already been sold to a slaughterhouse in Mexico.
Peggy Thompson didn’t think twice when she donated some old video cameras last August to the Salvation Army on Flamingo Road and Durango Drive.
“Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” kicked off its Lucky in Love week, featuring couples who met in Las Vegas, by sending valley residents Lorraine and Blake Calcote home with $30,000.
An 80-year-old Las Vegas woman who died Friday in a crash has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
The Clark County coroner has identified a woman who was struck and killed by a bus Saturday night while riding her motorized wheelchair in North Las Vegas.
An adult driver died early Monday after suffering an apparent “medical episode” and crashing a vehicle in the western Las Vegas Valley.
The mother of 3-year-old Francillon Pierre faces a murder charge more than 30 years after the boy disappeared, but the location of his body remains unclear, authorities announced Monday.