U.S. Army Colonel and Middle East Specialist, Bill Olds, recounts the events of November 24, 1985 and the hijacking of Egypt Air flight 648 by Libyan terrorists. Colonel Olds also discusses the current situation in Libya.
A high school employee turned herself into law enforcement in May after she allegedly had inappropriate contact with a student, school police said Tuesday.
The three-episode series “Inside Vegas,” a behind-the-scenes look at city government, debuts Thursday on the GoVegas app.
Booking and dispatch records identify an attempted murder suspect in an April robbery and shooting in the central valley.
PG&E Corp. filed for bankruptcy this year citing billions of dollars in expected losses, mostly from lawsuits.
A White House lawyer who will be in the room is expected to try and block Hicks from answering certain questions.
The Arizona attraction 280 miles east of Las Vegas joins Great Basin, Death Valley on the list of certified parks that are stargazing hot spots.
Nationwide, about 4% of the U.S. is in moderate to extreme drought, one of the smallest footprints since the drought monitor was created 20 years ago.
Superintendent announces departures of chief of staff and communications chief along with the hirings of a new chief of staff and chief operations officer.
The drug seizure is the latest in a series of large cocaine busts along the East Coast.