Though they can’t vote yet, 15-year-old Olivia Yamamoto and 16-year-old Brooklyn Darmody still want their voices heard.
The Nevada Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of Richard Kravetz, who was sentenced to life for the 2009 beating death of his 88-year-old mother, Sarah Kravetz.
Las Vegas Paving, a major Southern Nevada contractor and landowner, has snapped up property at Lake Las Vegas, the latest chapter for hilly terrain whose volatile history fits well with its community.
The Nevada Secretary of State’s office on Thursday denied the challenge made against Debra March’s eligibility to run for Henderson Mayor.
A transient man found dead near Foothill High School in December died from hypothermia, according to the Clark County coroner.
Incumbent Henderson City Councilman John Marz filed for re-election Wednesday.
Health officials are reporting a surge in Southern Nevada flu cases so far this season, with double the number of hospitalizations and a 90 percent increase in reported cases compared to the same period last year.
Prosecutors intend to seek the death penalty against a 23-year-old man charged in the beating death of his young daughter.
Henderson police will not release the name of the security guard who accidentally shot and killed a jewelry store employee Saturday during an attempted armed robbery, officials said.
It only took a few hours for the first eligibility challenge to surface in Henderson’s race to replace Mayor Andy Hafen.