A rain system that is bringing heavy rainfall to Northern California and southern parts of Oregon is going to lend some moisture to the Las Vegas Valley before the weekend.
Five local post offices will open their doors for two extra days to help with the stress of the holiday season. They are among many around the country that will be open in the afternoons of the next two Sundays, according to the U.S. Postal Service.
A car crashed into a building Thursday afternoon near downtown Las Vegas, prompting a response from police and fire crews.
Congress is laying down a gauntlet on the sage grouse, challenging federal land managers to come up with better plans to avoid listing the desert bird as threatened or endangered, Rep. Mark Amodei of Nevada said Thursday.
About 200 residents of West Las Vegas and dignitaries celebrated the reopening of F Street on Thursday, hailing it as reunification of a historic neighborhood with a reawakening downtown.
The first chunk of new roadway for the dream that is Interstate 11 took another step closer to reality Thursday.
A Laughlin tax preparer was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison this week for filing false tax returns, according to the IRS.
Winds gusting to 140 mph through Sierra Nevada passes ahead of a powerful Pacific storm damaged homes and a church in South Lake Tahoe, closed schools, and grounded commercial airline flights in Reno.
A Las Vegas man pleaded guilty this week to filing false tax returns with the identities of dead people.
A 90-day jail sentence was imposed Thursday for a police officer’s wife and former dispatcher who looted funds while serving as treasurer of the Bullhead City Police Officer’s Association in Arizona.