Timothy Turner was found safe late Wednesday or early Thursday, Metropolitan Police Department spokeswoman Laura Meltzer said.
On Wednesday, District Court Family Judge Cynthia Giuliani, dressed as a fairy godmother, helped make adoption dreams come true for 20 children at Family Court in Las Vegas.
The first Southern Nevada Plan to End Youth Homeless will be unveiled Friday at The Venetian during the second annual Southern Nevada Youth Homelessness Summit.
How big of a problem hate speech is in Las Vegas is unclear because it is difficult to track, experts say.
A man accused of coercing a prostitute into having sex while he posed as an undercover detective was a contracted technical support specialist at the College of Southern Nevada.
In conjunction with Gary Stern of Stern Pinball, Joe Kaminkow created a Beatles-themed pinball machine series that will feature music from eight Beatles performances: “A Hard Day’s Night,” “All My Loving,” “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Drive My Car,” “Help!,” “I Should Have Known Better,” “It Won’t Be Long” and “Ticket to Ride.” Only 1,964 are being made, reflecting the year in which the Beatles came to America.
Ahmad Suhad Ahmad of Tucson is charged with texting the confidential source bomb-making instructions that were written in Arabic, providing some materials needed to make the devices and instructing an undercover FBI agent on how to assemble bombs in a condominium in Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas physician and nurse are back in town after providing medical response to Hurricane Michael victims in Florida through the National Disaster Medical System.
A bicyclist was hospitalized Wednesday morning after a crash at an off-Strip entrance to the MGM Grand.
A 64-year-old man was killed when police a suspected DUI driver blew through a red light early Wednesday in central Las Vegas, police said.