The first presidential contest in the West is testing the candidates' strength with black and Latino voters for the first time in 2020.
Claudia Ann Merrill admitted to submitting false applications in veterans’ names and their surviving spouses’ names, federal prosecutors said.
A growing number of U.S. states are considering banning the sale or import of cosmetics that have been tested on animals.
Reno City Manager Sabra Newby tweeted about the bird Wednesday, saying it's quirky and fun but still inhumane.
The suit filed by attorneys for Deborah Cihal Crawford, the sister of victim Tracy Ann Cihal, is the first after the Dec. 21 fire that also injured 13 people at the aging Alpine Motel Apartments. Fire officials said people jumped from third-story windows to escape thick smoke.
A maintenance worker was wounded after he was shot by an elderly tenant who reported a water issue, Las Vegas Metro police reported.
The parents of a 5-year-old girl say a Las Vegas dentist set their daughter's mouth on fire as she underwent a routine dental procedure.
Disturbing video showed a man chasing a terrified woman, attacking her and then dragging her back into a car.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A fire in a three-story apartment building in downtown Las Vegas where residents were apparently using their stoves for heat killed six people and forced some residents to jump from upper-floor windows to escape the heavy smoke before dawn Saturday, authorities said.
In the 911 call release by police in Nevada, the boy can be heard pleading with his mother not to hurt him.
A neurodegenerative disease is spreading through deer and elk populations in 25 states and provinces throughout the United States, turning infected animals into drooling, stumbling ‘zombies.’
In the two years since the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the federal government and states have tightened some gun regulations.
Nevada officials unveiled 58 crosses on the Las Vegas Strip that will honor each of the victims killed in the deadliest mass shootings in American history at the Route 91 Harvest Festival.
It's still summer, but somebody didn't tell the snow that.
The California man behind the viral "Storm Area 51" event on Facebook that may draw alien-obsessed crowds to a rural Nevada county next week has pulled out of a festival spawned from the popular event because of safety concerns.
The tourism board of Belize is offering residents in a small Nevada town the chance to relax on an all-expenses paid trip to the country to avoid the "Storm Area 51" raid.