A third defendant charged in both the Oregon and Nevada standoffs involving the Bundy family has agreed to plead guilty in the Oregon case.
Nevada Supreme Court justices asked pointed questions Friday as they considered arguments over whether a school choice law enacted by the 2015 Legislature is constitutional.
A former Las Vegas Valley Water District employee has been indicted by a federal grand jury in a scheme to steal and sell more than $6.7 million worth of ink and toner cartridges from the public utility.
Authorities are investigating a plane that made an emergency landing Friday afternoon near Henderson.
Out-of-state police records suggest Jason Dej-Oudom had a decade-long history of abusing his wife and kids before he killed them and himself in Las Vegas in June.
A 14-year-old Wisconsin girl tried to kill her brother’s girlfriend, slitting her throat and telling her during the attack that she was a psychopath looking for her first kill, according to investigators.
The Villages at Tule Springs — the largest housing development in North Las Vegas since the start of the recession — has its first three builders lined up.
Less than a year after state legislation loosened HIV testing restrictions, Southern Nevada community organizations are assuming new roles, working with health officials to offer preliminary testing.
Alex Cejka, a German who moved to Las Vegas more than a decade ago, and Inbee Park, a South Korean who spent her formative years in the valley, will represent their native countries in the Olympics.
Businesses that find out about vulnerabilities after a breach, are too late to the game, says one security expert.
The terrorist attack on a French church and murder of a priest renewed a central conflict just about every house of worship faces sooner or later: how to provide security while remaining welcoming.
Nevada’s armored cavalry just got bigger and stronger, bolstered by more than $270 million in equipment that includes 59 new Bradley Fighting Vehicles and tanks.