Nevada’s attorney general is warning Target shoppers to monitor their credit and debit card statements after some 40 million accounts may have been compromised.
A 25-year-old man charged with attacking Clark County jail guards with a baseball bat in September refused to leave his cell and attend a preliminary hearing in his case Tuesday.
The Badwater 135 ultramarathon in Death Valley takes the bravest of runners 135 miles through the hottest place on Earth in the middle of the summer. But not next year — Death Valley National Park recently put a moratorium on foot and cycling races while they study ways to make the events safer.
Newly released 911 tapes paint a scene of panic and terror inside a Reno medical building where dozens of callers hid in restrooms and exam rooms from a suicidal gunman who killed one doctor and shot another at a urology clinic where he said he’d had a vasectomy that ruined his life.
A district judge on Tuesday eased jail restrictions for Richard Schlacta, a 48-year-old California man who authorities said plotted to kill a 13-year-old girl he’s accused of sexually assaulting. Schlacta will be allowed to have monitored contact with his girlfriend or family members.
Mailing a letter is about to get a little more expensive. Regulators on Tuesday approved a temporary price hike of 3 cents for a first-class stamp, bringing the charge to 49 cents a letter in an effort to help the Postal Service recover from severe mail decreases brought on after the 2008 economic downturn.
A woman was found dead in her Illinois home and the man who owned the house will spend this holiday season locked up in the Clark County Detention Center.
Here are five things to know about the holiday tradition called NORAD Tracks Santa.
To the editor:
The rules of Obamacare — indeed, the language of the law itself — have all the permanence of pencil. As of this editorial’s completion on Christmas Eve, members of the Obama administration were scavenging desk drawers for erasers that hadn’t been rubbed to a nub.