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Clark County Commissioner Mary Beth Scow said she is working with the Metropolitan Police Department to provide a safe environment for families during the movie in the park events.
Con artists are targeting unsuspecting seniors in Clark County and stealing their money.
Daniel Ruiz, 36, had been at Valley Hospital in Las Vegas since Feb. 28, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
Airport officials and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced this week they would increase the staff to keep pace with the growth of international tourism, especially in the new Terminal 3. Rep. Dina Titus has said the airport will get 10 new agents, on top of the 40 it already has.
Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura is running for a seat on the same County Commission that voted to abolish his office last year.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval is poised to coast to an easy second-term victory after the filing deadline for candidates for public office closed Friday and no strong Democrat or Republican emerged to challenge him.
The man who died in an apartment fire Wednesday morning in southern Las Vegas has been identified by the Clark County coroner's office.
Metro Police are searching for a suspect in connection with a fatal shooting Thursday night that lead to a multi-car crash near Eastern Avenue and the 215 beltway.
Tanikka Queen, 22, was booked into Clark County, Nev., jail Wednesday on counts including sexual assault against a child younger than 16, statutory sexual seduction, sexual act with a pupil and first-degree kidnapping.
Pat Skorkowsky, Clark County School District superintendent, attends an editorial board meeting at the Las Vegas Sun Tuesday Jan. 21, 2014.
Police plan to put leprechaun on a street corner near one Las Vegas school in a bid to highlight the importance of crosswalk safety.
Bunkerville rancher Cliven Bundy said Thursday he is once again "ready to do battle" with the Bureau of Land Management over his cattle the government contends are illegally grazing on federal land.
Investigators believe the fire that took the life of a man in a West Las Vegas home was caused by the home owner.
Improving education for all of Nevada's students was the topic today at the 5th annual Family Engagement in Education Summit in Reno.
The Mandalay Bay Resort plans to pay a half-million-dollar fine amid accusations that employees at an upscale Las Vegas Strip lounge provided prostitutes and drugs to undercover officers.
Nevada is receiving $3.7 million in federal grant money to continue "turnaround" efforts at its lowest-performing schools, the U.S. Education Department announced today.