The Angels Landing trail at Zion National Park will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday as crews repair posts that support chain sections on the trail, the park announced Friday.
Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea tweeted Saturday morning that a man seen in surveillance video holding one of the objects was taken into custody.
David Alan Cohen, 59, was found guilty of possession, and receipt or distribution of child pornography after a three-day jury trial in November, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.
At least five 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls will return to Las Vegas at the end of the month for the Nevada State AFL-CIO annual convention.
The Clark County coroner’s office ruled the July death of a 26-year-old man a homicide after police believe the man got into a fistfight at a northeast valley apartment complex.
Union leaders meet to consider next steps, potentially including a strike, as district calls offer the “most significant increase in compensation and benefits” in over a decade.
A judge in Las Vegas is set to decide whether Nevada should reverse course on issuing marijuana business licenses.
Authorities said Hossein Nayeri and three others plotted to kidnap and rob the man, who was bound and burned with a blow torch while his captors demanded money.
Suicide ends lives, but it also creates new beginnings for those who attempt to kill themselves but live, and those who must find the will to go on without lost loved ones.
Jeffrey Epstein’s prison death has been ruled a suicide by hanging, the medical examiner’s office said Friday.
Portage Mayor John Cannon said the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and others learned Monday about a chemical spill, but didn’t inform his city until Thursday.
Ahmed Elgaafary, 27, will be sentenced at a later date and then likely deported to Egypt, where he is a citizen
A federal appeals court’s ruling will allow the White House to begin rejecting asylum at some parts of the U.S.-Mexico border for migrants who arrived after transiting through a third country.
The new guidance in the August issue of a church youth magazine doesn’t include any fundamental changes to the religion’s strict health code.
“We see it as an expression of greater interest in investing in our country and the possibilities we offer,” the government said. “Of course, Greenland is not for sale.”
For 20 million visitors each year, the Las Vegas experience doesn’t start in a hotel lobby; it starts at a gate at McCarran International Airport. As the gateway to Southern Nevada for nearly half of our annual visitors, McCarran has become perhaps the single most important component of the region’s thriving tourism economy. Today, the […]
Nevada is asking a federal judge to amend a lawsuit so the state can force the federal government to remove a half metric ton of plutonium secretly shipped to the Nevada National Security Site last fall.
More than 3,000 students were evacuated from schools on the east side of Las Vegas Thursday morning after power outages left classrooms sweltering.
It was aimed at teaching young people about hospital functions through hands-on demonstrations with teddy bears from hospital staff, said Christine Beltran-Bittner.
The governor opens a two-day summit in Las Vegas that aims to let stakeholders “review the successes and learn what partners are doing in this fight for Nevada communities.”