No one was injured Monday night after a barricade forced police to evacuate residents in a central valley neighborhood.
There’s a growing distrust of driverless vehicles, according to a AAA national survey set for release Tuesday.
A man charged with terrorizing a Las Vegas mall last week had threatened to shoot up a shoe store after he was turned down for a job, according to his arrest report.
Donn Christiansen, who manages the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area for the U.S. Forest Service, said the last of the 148 horses captured since May 11 would be trucked to a Bureau of Land Management holding facility in Ridgecrest, California, on Tuesday.
In February 1945, in the thick of a very dark and cold night, Marthe Cohn, a blond-haired, blue-eyed, German-speaking, French Jewish woman, walked alone into Nazi Germany.
A former Las Vegas police explorer must spend at least 25 years in prison for sexually assaulting an underage girl, but a judge said he may remain free while appealing his conviction.
Little new information was available Monday on the five people who died in a fiery crash Sunday afternoon near Amargosa Valley.
The funding is an increase over the $2.8 million the city received last year through the Department of Homeland Security’s Urban Areas Security Initiative program, which helps urban areas build infrastructure and train personnel.
Almost two decades after a former UNLV swimmer was found stabbed to death in a San Francisco apartment building, police have identified a suspect in his death.
Monday’s headlines: Fiery crash on US 95 northwest of Las Vegas kills 5, man shot and killed in his car, and new Golden Knights gear is going fast.