It’s been a big year, Nevada. You’ve celebrated the 150th anniversary of statehood throughout 2014, and as ever plenty of books were published that attempt to capture your irascible spirit. Those books are sure to spark debate and make memorable Christmas gifts.
A jury’s knowledge of a rental payment prosecutors kept hidden wouldn’t have changed the verdict in the case of a man convicted of killing a woman with a machete in 2007, a Clark County judge ruled Friday.
One motorcyclist is dead and another was airlifted to University Medical Center in critical condition after the crash about 1:45 p.m. on State Route 160, about 5 miles west of State Route 159, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Sierra Oeste, considered for years one of the most violent neighborhoods in Las Vegas, has undergone a year-long makeover that has already shown serious benefits for residents and police alike.
In a more than two-hour discussion at Ebenezer Church of God in Christ led by outgoing Rep. Steven Horsford, D-Nev., on Friday, more than 15 black faith leaders and seven North Las Vegas police officers and the chief of police talked about what the department can do to build trust between law enforcement and communities of color.
Visitors may see a lot of things in Las Vegas, but Heidi Klum’s naked body on the walls of McCarran International Airport won’t be one of them.
Nevada’s Teacher of the Year is Spring Valley High School’s Ian Salzman, who’s been teaching English at the Las Vegas school for eight-and-a-half years.
A woman who died Thursday night after a sedan struck a trailer and a wall in the southeast valley was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office Friday.
Literary happenings this week include the closing of the Book Boutique and a library card campaign with incentives from the Discovery Children’s Museum.
A judge increased bail Friday for a woman accused of leaving the scene of a hit-and-run accident that killed a man while he was pushing his granddaughter in stroller in November.