A North Las Vegas worker died in a railcar tanker late overnight.
Was Paul George’s injury during the USA Basketball Showcase caused by the court setup at the Thomas & Mack Center? Or was it simply a case of athletic misfortune?
With a No. 1 sign pinned to his black pants, John Marr steps forward on the stage of the Jubilee Theater as the music — Imagine Dragons’ “It’s Time” — blasts.
Now that Nevada is on track to test unmanned aerial vehicles this summer, state administrators of drone testing must tackle the prickliest issue accompanying the potential bonanza of hosting test sites — privacy concerns.
A ‘combined’ peace rally is scheduled for Sunday afternoon, but its leaders are not on the same page.
1993. Two days shy of his second birthday, my firstborn, Jonathan, is exploring the grassy area behind the apartment building. His legs, alive with energy and joy, make the swish-squish sound that is the signature of the modern disposable diaper. I watch him from a distance, sitting on a concrete staircase, guitar in my lap, dreaming, resting.
A man in his 60s died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound during an east valley standoff with Las Vegas police Friday night.
Two pedestrians in their 70s were crossing the street outside of a marked crosswalk near the Rio when they were struck and killed by a vehicle just after 10 p.m. Friday.
Tony Parker is by far the youngest of the San Antonio Spurs’ Big Three, a fact that could have complicated things going forward as Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili get closer to retirement. As they are wont to do, the Spurs made things real easy.
Each week Neon spotlights a different cuisine in the Dining Guide, with steakhouses and seafood restaurants this week.