Las Vegas police are asking for help finding a woman suspected of robbing a business at gunpoint in the east valley Monday.
Corrections officers Neal Bengil and Jose Miranda were new to the job when a prison dormitory turned to chaos the night of March 9.
Tanner Reynolds remembers the stinging pain of the gravel, cold from the winter air, rubbing against his face that day in December. “This isn’t right,” he recalled thinking to himself.
The cost of building the city of Las Vegas’ courtyard for the homeless continues to climb as the “scope and site” of the ambitious project expands.
Security screeners at airports nationwide discovered a record number of firearms and unusual items in carry-on bags last year — including a grenade found in a bag in Las Vegas.
The Rebel Legion Coruscant Base began cheering up children in hospitals three years ago and now does so monthly. The all-volunteer group visits at least 10 children at each hospital, usually unannounced.
Carnival Cruise flew a blimp over the Las Vegas Valley on Thursday in a promotion for its new Carnival Panorama ship.
A Las Vegas limousine driver named Dan Holmgren said a chance meeting and conversation with Raiders owner Mark Davis in front of Caesars Palace cost him his job.
The mother and children of a woman who died in an unlicensed Las Vegas group home after she was discharged from North Vista Hospital are suing the facilities and others who coordinated her care.
The latest motion, filed in the same court that issued the previous denial, is “another step in our aggressive, multifaceted legal strategy prevent Nevada from becoming a parking lot for nuclear weapons and waste,” Attorney General Aaron Ford said in a statement.