One person is dead and another is hospitalized after a Friday night shooting near a central valley middle school, according to Las Vegas police.
Third-grade teacher Brenda Moynihan came up with Sewell Elementary School’s idea for a Farmers Insurance grant and wrote a 30-page application to support her idea for expanding access to technology in the Henderson school’s community. On Friday, she found out she had succeeded.
A Las Vegas attorney on Friday said the Nevada Supreme Court gave a legal victory to homeowners associations and their residents when it ruled that “house flippers” who fully paid off liens to quickly sell their investments at huge profits cannot now recoup some of that money.
Eddie Bonine, the Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association executive director, appears to be taking a new job.
Clark County and University Medical Center officials are under additional pressure to lock a leadership team into place after the selection Friday of the public hospital’s third chief executive in less than a year.
A bystander armed with a handgun played a key role in stopping a Thursday night robbery at a Las Vegas Red Lobster, according to police.
The sun began peeking through clouds over Las Vegas on Friday after two days of thick fog cover, bringing pleasantly warm temperatures throughout the day.
A suspect was taken into custody by police in Michigan on Friday after multiple victims were stabbed aboard an Amtrak train in the small city of Niles, a police dispatcher said.
Death penalty cases may cost Nevada even more than a recent audit shows because prosecutors in Clark and Washoe counties didn’t provide key figures to the state.