A mobile home fire in North Las Vegas caused by an unattended candle displaced four people Tuesday morning, according to the city.
A Las Vegas woman involved in a single-vehicle crash in July died from her injuries months later in the Minneapolis area, Las Vegas police said Tuesday.
Gig Depio’s exhibit, “A Brief History,” isn’t outsider art, it’s art about being an outsider.
Interstate 15 near Cheyenne Avenue closed for about an hour Tuesday after a teenager threatening suicide fell from a pedestrian bridge.
Your average 11-year-old might be stumped if suddenly asked to imagine being the mayor of a city. For Bryce Revnew and Andrew Derecho of Henderson, it was old hat.
Frank Kology and his wife, Delores, learned the dangers of hypothermia about 20 years ago when the couple hiked to the top of Mount Charleston. It was July. They were dressed for summer. The winds brought cold air during the last, long leg of their ascent.
A top Malaysian government official has intervened in the high-profile federal case in Las Vegas stemming from the FBI raid on an international gambling operation at Caesars Palace.
A woman who survived being shot in the head Saturday may have been ambushed for not taking the morning-after pill, according to arrest records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal on Monday.
The man who police say shot and killed a Walgreens employee during a robbery on Friday worked at the store in the past and knew the victim, according to a police report released Monday.
Nevada National Guard troops will conduct their annual drill in Las Vegas Tuesday through Thursday to coincide with the influx of tourists celebrating New Year’s Eve.