Homicide detectives were investigating the death of a child in the southeast valley on Friday night. Las Vegas police spokesman Larry Hadfield said officers were called to a home near the intersection of Harmon Avenue and Pecos Road just after 7 p.m.
North Las Vegas police are investigating a crash that left a child in critical condition Friday night. Just after 9 p.m., an 8-year-old girl was crossing Commerce Street, near Lake Mead Boulevard, when she was struck by a gray truck, said North Las Vegas police spokesman Aaron Patty.
Buying a .22-caliber rifle to protect her children was the “stupidest thing” Shavon Carrillo said she ever did. Early Memorial Day morning, Las Vegas police said Carrillo, 31, grabbed the rifle and pointed it at her 11-year-old son, Israel, who was in a sleeping bag. She told him, ”I love you,” and shot him once through the head, according to a Las Vegas police report.
There’s something about gritty downtown’s rebirth that seems familiar to Irish artist Graham Knuttel.
Clark County firefighters would get a 1.5 percent cost-of-living pay increase under a tentative agreement reached between county management and the firefighters’ union.
Southern Nevada residents can expect to hear the thunder of military fighter jets and bombers as about 100 aircraft head north from Nellis Air Force Base to the skies over the Nevada Test and Training Range to participate in Red Flag training exercises beginning Monday.
A man is dead following a Friday morning shooting in North Las Vegas, police said. First responders were sent to a business in the 500 block of West Cheyenne Ave. about 9 a.m.
A Las Vegas man injured while trying to set a Guinness world record for jumping through tempered glass filed a federal lawsuit this week that accuses truTV of failing to properly maintain his equipment.
A federal jury has ruled against a former prisoner in a civil rights case involving a 2008 incident at the Southern Desert Correctional Center in Indian Springs.
A Florida man convicted of evading taxes on hundreds of thousands of dollars from the sale of stock in a much-scrutinized diamond company has been sentenced to four years in federal prison.