To many, the grim discovery of the body of a shooting victim in Lake Mead inspired a callback to a darker Las Vegas past, but the the reality could be as murky as the waters where the body was found.
Nevada families are struggling to find their preferred brand of infant formula after a product recall pinched an already-tight supply chain nationwide.
Windy conditions will turn into warm temperatures starting Friday, says the National Weather Service.
A Las Vegas middle school was evacuated Thursday morning because of a small fire in a restroom.
Officials warn of travel delays and detours in the area during the closure on Sunday.
Warmer temperatures and reduced winds are forecast for Thursday, according to the National Weather Service.
Parents at a North Las Vegas charter school are voicing their concerns about operations at the campus, hours after the principal was placed on leave.
The last shot of winter may have hit the Las Vegas area on Wednesday.
A principal is pushing back against a policy that caps the number of exchange teachers the school district can hire from the Philippines.
New omicron subvariant BA.2.12.1, believed to be better at evading immunity from natural infection and vaccination, is on the rise in Clark County, a health official said.
An author with ties to a UNLV writing program penned an essay about plagiarizing her debut novel, only for more plagiarism to be uncovered in the essay.
Caitlin Finney, 34, died at UMC after being struck on West Charleston Boulevard on May 2, police said.
Downtown Las Vegas traffic will be affected by a daylong closure of U.S. Highway 95 this weekend.
A full-scale Fourth of July parade is returning to Summerlin following two years of pandemic-related restrictions, organizers announced Tuesday.
Marisol Meza, 24, and Darren Moore, 27, were identified as two passengers killed in a Saturday crash that the Nevada Highway Patrol blamed on an impaired driver.