With their parachutes billowed and buffeted by strong winds, they dropped through the sky from dozens of Hercules planes following a string of behemoth C-17 Globemaster jets that unleashed heavy cargo minutes before.
Onion, the dog that killed a 1-year-old Henderson boy last month, will live another day – and possibly another week.
About 70 inmates were released from the North Las Vegas jail this week after an unusually large number of corrections officers called in sick last weekend.
In an attempt to mend relations with the Southern Nevada Health District and end the potential for costly litigation, Clark County officials offered Thursday to build the public health agency a new headquarters on its Shadow Lane property.
A 17-year-old girl told Las Vegas police she was coerced into having sex with a school ROTC adviser who she thought could help her military career.
A dust advisory has been issued for the Las Vegas Valley from Thursday evening to Friday evening due to blowing winds from the southwest.
Downtown residents won’t have far to walk or drive for milk and eggs when White Cross Market opens this summer.
Jimmy Shoshani is making plans to take over the space vacated by White Cross Drugs at Las Vegas and Oakey boulevards and make the former drugstore a small grocery store.
More than three dozens officers were honored Wednesday during the Metropolitan Police Department’s Commendation Ceremony. Five officers received the agency’s “highest honor,” the Medal of Valor.
A 19-year-old man turned himself in to police on Tuesday after he admitted accidentally shooting a friend and dumping her body in the desert.