A community activist alleges Onion, the dog that killed a 1-year-old Henderson boy in April 2012, is being treated inhumanely.
An environmental advocacy group has named the Colorado the nation’s most endangered river, just as federal forecasters sounded warnings about lower flows and deeper declines in Lake Mead.
The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating a man wanted in connection with a 2009 homicide.
Members of the Las Vegas City Council remain divided over how to regulate building-sized advertising wraps downtown. On Tuesday, the council’s recommending committee voted for a bill that would set size and use restrictions on the wraps, but only after shortening the amount of time a sign permit would cover.
A teenager riding a bicycle was hospitalized with a head injury after a crash Tuesday afternoon.
Clark County commissioners voted 5-2 Tuesday to support a tentative $489 million budget for the Metropolitan Police Department, leaving a disappointed Sheriff Doug Gillespie $13 million shy of his $502 million budget request.
The high school student who was found dead from an apparent suicide on Thursday at East Career and Technical Academy has been identified.
Read about dining-related events and promotions across the Las Vegas Valley.
More restaurants are becoming vegan-friendly, and you can add Ping Pong to the list.
After months of volunteering to prepare meals for schoolchildren, Southern Highlands resident Stephanie Springel made it her career as the local franchisee of Wholesome Tummies, which provides meals to eight private schools in the Las Vegas Valley.