A motorcyclist is dead after a collision with another vehicle on Interstate 15 near the D Street offramp.
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A woman who spent 35 years in prison for a 1976 Reno killing before being exonerated by DNA evidence has sued officials in Nevada and Louisiana, alleging civil rights violations and malicious prosecution.
Clark County School District students start classes on Monday, and Las Vegas police want drivers to be prepared.
More than 90 potential jurors for the upcoming trial of rancher Ammon Bundy for his alleged role in the 41-day occupation of an Oregon bird sanctuary have been excluded from the jury pool, leaving prosecutors and defense lawyers with about 200 more to assess until 12 are selected to serve on the jury.
Authorities responding to a mobile home fire in Evergreen found more than 100 animals inside. Flathead County Animal Control officers found 15 dogs, more than 50 exotic birds, an unknown number of rabbits and several geckos.
Lawmakers are demanding more information on why the price for lifesaving EpiPens has skyrocketed. A two-dose package cost less than $60 nine years ago. The cost is now closer to $400.
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros has charged in a lawsuit she was sexually harassed by former network chief Roger Ailes and other top executives.
A South Carolina mother charged with killing her newborn son by putting him in the refrigerator for several hours was expected to appear before a judge on Tuesday.
The construction worker killed after scaffolding at Tivoli Village collapsed Monday afternoon has been identified as Ricardo Nicolas Bautista, 30, of North Las Vegas.
Growing wildfires fed by windy, dry conditions have destroyed buildings and forced evacuations in central California, eastern Washington, Oregon and elsewhere.
President Barack Obama has arrived in Baton Rouge where he’ll get a first-hand view of the damage caused by flooding that that killed 13 people and forced thousands from their homes.
A white man charged with the shooting deaths of nine black churchgoers in Charleston “self-radicalized” in the months before the attack and grew more entrenched in his beliefs in white supremacy, according to court papers prosecutors filed this week in federal court.
Nevada is one of three states affected by a recall of raw frozen scallops after an outbreak of Hepatitis A in Hawaii, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Residents at the north end of the Las Vegas Valley will hear more military aircraft noise than usual through Friday from an ongoing Red Flag air combat exercise that began Aug. 15 at Nellis Air Force Base.
The Clark County School District has no formal policy on how to accommodate transgender students, so Monday’s ruling by a federal judge in Texas appears to have no immediate impact on the use of bathrooms and locker rooms in public schools here.
Las Vegas Sands Chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson on Monday challenged MGM Resorts International Chairman and CEO Jim Murren’s support of a proposed $1.4 billion upgrade of the Las Vegas Convention Center, calling a new stadium backed by Sands a higher priority for Southern Nevada’s tourism economy.
Amanda Galvan, 16, won a prestigious graphic design competition in the U.S. that was open to university students. She also took eighth place in international competition.
Defense lawyers who want to block Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson’s television show “Las Vegas Law” from filming a murder trial took their argument to the Nevada Supreme Court on Monday.
Though the county coroner has not yet ruled an official cause and manner for the man’s death, the exterminator died after he was stung more than 200 times while working to remove a hive from a home near the corner of Colored Wind Avenune and Wispy Winds Street.
Las Vegas police officers involved in the New Year’s Eve shooting of an unarmed man did not attempt to use non-lethal force to subdue him before they opened fire, according to a public fact-finding review held Monday.
A construction worker died after scaffolding at a west valley construction site collapsed Monday afternoon, causing the man to fall, officials said.
The trial for Rick Van Thiel on federal firearms charges was put on hold this week while a judge considers a motion to dismiss the case without prejudice.
Montana wildlife officials are conducting tests on fish from additional areas to see if they are infected with a disease blamed in a massive fish kill in the Yellowstone River.
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