The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the 63-year-old woman who was struck and killed by a car Friday night in North Las Vegas.
Cosmic Crisp is the first apple bred in Washington state, where it was developed by Washington State University’s Tree FruitResearch and Extension Center.
A federal judge ruled Monday that Nevada can file an amended lawsuit to ask the federal government to remove a half-ton of plutonium secretly shipped to the state last year.
City officials will address homelessness and public safety, among other things, at a three-hour community forum in Ward 5 on Thursday.
District officials say the Catholic school is cooperating with an investigation into the highly-contagious respiratory disease.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving said it will start sending volunteers and staff into Las Vegas courtrooms to help monitor drunk driving cases over the next year.
Goblins, witches werewolves and more are ready to terrify crowds at the Freakling Bros. Trilogy of Terror.
Two Las Vegas parents involved in the college admissions scandal are now facing additional charges, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
The Nevada Highway Patrol launched five strategic traffic management sites along area trouble spots on Interstate 15 and U.S. Highway 95.
Derek Stevens still has a few surprises up his sleeve for next year, but for now, progress on the 44-story, 777-room resort is on time for its December 2020 opening.