Michael Puglia the man who had over 200,000 pounds of fireworks confiscated appeared in court asking for their return. Paglia was charged with a misdemeanor after an investigation revealed that he had storing fireworks on his property without the required local and state permits. (Michael Quine/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Activists and celebrities lobbied in Sacramento on Wednesday for a proposal to cut statewide waste from single use plastics by 75% within the decade.
Jurors began deliberating first-degree murder and sexual assault charges against 52-year-old Charles Talley Jr., and the panel is expected to continue Friday morning.
A day after donating $500,000 toward eliminating meal debt in Nevada schools, the newly rebranded Las Vegas Raiders are continuing to make an impact in their new community.
Las Vegas police arrested a man on Wednesday in connection to a December sexual assault.
Scheduling conflict with UNLV was bound to happen.
Three American firefighting airplane crew members were killed Thursday when the C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker they were in crashed while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia, officials said.
Hoping to establish himself as one of the best wide receivers in the draft, USC’s Michael Pittman strained his foot and will not play in Saturday’s Senior Bowl.
A Las Vegas woman’s lawsuit claims she was severely burned two years ago after purchasing a cup of hot tea at a McDonald’s restaurant.
Shania Twain joins a list of prominent woman honored since Elaine Wynn was recognized in 1985.