Nevada welcomed home emergency service workers sent to aid California officials battling the state’s deadliest wildfire, including four searchers with wet noses and wagging tails.
The Las Vegas Natural History Museum is hosting an exhibit that shows how cultures from around the world celebrate holidays.
Automatic fire sprinklers, interconnected smoke alarms and more frequent inspections top the wish list of officials looking to make homes in the Las Vegas Valley safer from fire.
The Justice Department has announced that it will award more than $16.7 million to help survivors of the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas.
A Las Vegas high school with a recent history of racially motivated fights was again placed on lockdown Thursday after a similar fight broke out.
Covered in neo-Nazi tattoos, Bayzle Morgan would rather face the death penalty than be sentenced by a certain Las Vegas judge, his lawyer said Thursday.
This years’ monetary goal is $455,551. The bicycle goal this year is 8,110, or enough to fill 32 Coca-Cola semi-trailers.
With many of the events that were synonymous with the postseason awards having moved to Las Vegas’ second race weekend in September, Champion’s Week has been reduced to Champion’s 48 Hours.
The Fire Department was called at about 2:20 p.m. to Garside Middle School, 300 S. Torrey Pines Drive, near Alta Drive, department spokesman Tim Szymanski said.
School police used pepper spray to break up a food fight that turned physical at a northeast Las Vegas Valley high school Thursday afternoon.
Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst for Las Vegas-based Applied Analysis, discussed Las Vegas sports’ influence on the local economy at Outlook ‘19, the second annual economic forecasting event hosted by the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance and UNLV.