Sam Nazarian has sealed his reputation as Los Angeles’ King of the Night.
The Clark County School District Board of Trustees approved a $100,000 settlement with an alleged victim of Maysen Melton, who’s accused of assaulting underage classmates at Shadow Ridge High School.
The annual count of homeless individuals will now be conducted over three days in January, only at daytime.
Las Vegas police believe a man’s death was a homicide after his body was found outside a vacant home Thursday afternoon in the east valley.
Antoine Gorum was fatally stabbed Nov. 5 during an argument with a man who allegedly sold someone “bad meth” that turned out to be bath salts, according to an arrest report.
Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette sailed through a confirmation hearing in Washington D.C. on Thursday, answering questions from Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto as his nomination to become secretary of the department advances.
Donny Osmond and his son Brandon Osmond were the first to donate as local charity leaders helped premiere the Light the World Giving Machine. It’s one of 10 Giving Machines around the world.
The third-grader who found his mother’s gun in his backpack at Bracken Elementary School earlier this week told police that there “are a lot of weapons at his house.”
Juan Soto, 22, allegedly used Snapchat to contact teenage girls, ask them for nude pictures and then extorted them, according to two Henderson Police Department arrest reports.
Democratic lawmakers have demanded changes designed to do more to protect workers and the environment and to make sure the deal’s provisions can be enforced.
Ex-Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick launched what he acknowledged to be a “Hail Mary” bid on Thursday for the Democratic presidential nomination.