A Las Vegas judge is set to decide on Thursday if prosecutors will be able to access former Raider Henry Ruggs’ medical records or call medical professionals to testify.
State officials are set to hold massive job fair Tuesday at the Las Vegas Convention Center where about 180 employers will be seeking to fill some 16,000 positions.
Eighty years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, one Las Vegas man is making sure Nevadans remember the heroic legacy of the USS Nevada.
Tammy Corrine Terrell, 17, of Roswell was last seen at a restaurant in her hometown in the company of an unidentified man and unknown woman.
New owners of the downtown Las Vegas property plan to turn the Alpine Motel Apartments into modern studio units. Adolfo Orozco sold the building in August 2021.
Las Vegas police have decided not to pursue criminal charges in the death of a 20-year-old UNLV student at a fraternity-sponsored charity boxing match, but the Nevada State Athletic Commission’s chairman said Tuesday that the panel would investigate “every aspect” of the event.
Las Vegas police announced on Monday that they have solved the 1979 abduction, rape and killing of a 16-year-old girl by using advances in DNA technology.
Hundreds of people honored the life and career of prominent Southern Nevada businessman Kenny Lee at a Friday morning vigil in northwest Las Vegas.
Court cases have shown detailed accounts of Tony Hsieh’s drug use and bizarre behavior, and allegations that people close to Hsieh took advantage of him financially as his health spiraled downward.
Outdoor enthusiasts fear that a federal proposal will hamper access to a popular and free recreation area in the mountains just west of Las Vegas.
A bank robbery suspect fatally shot by police had told his girlfriend earlier in the day that he was going to “do something to get police to shoot him,” Las Vegas police said during a briefing Monday.
Las Vegas police shot and killed a man on Wednesday morning in the northwest valley.
A Las Vegas judge ordered Henry Ruggs to appear in court again next week after she said the former Raiders’ wide receiver missed an alcohol test.
The two-hour event proceeded without a hitch under balmy conditions in front of hundreds of spectators who lined Fourth Street and waved some of the 10,000 American flags organizers had passed out.
Over the cries of protesters, public health officials urge parents to get their kids inoculated as community clinics begin administering pediatric doses of COVID-19 vaccine.