A Nevada Highway Patrol trooper died two days after being struck by a suspect's vehicle while on duty. Trooper Micah May was laying down stop sticks on a highway to stop the carjacking suspect when he was hit. He was a 13-year veteran who received a Medal of Valor in 2014.
Police in North Las Vegas arrested a dad who they said admitted to leaving his 6-month-old son in a car while he allegedly gambled inside a casino. The temperature on the night of the incident was 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
A woman broke into a dentist’s office, stole money and pulled 13 teeth from an unconscious patient on two separate occasions.
Police in Las Vegas responded to a call of a possibly armed suspect at the MGM Grand.
Dramatic video showed a suspect who police say had just confessed to killing a 2-year-old attempt to grab a gun from a homicide detective inside an interrogation room.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department has been investigating the case as a homicide after a group of hikers discovered the boy's body 10 days ago on a trail in Mountain Springs, Nevada.
Las Vegas FBI is asking for the public’s help with identifying the body of a boy found near a trail in Las Vegas and is offering $10,000 for any information.
A mother and metro Las Vegas authorities misidentified an 8-year-old boy as a young homicide victim, police said Saturday after the boy, an older half-brother and their father were all found safe in Utah.
Nellis Air Force Base officials confirm that a pilot was killed Monday after a contracted aircraft crashed in a Las Vegas neighborhood.
A Las Vegas dancer who received her coronavirus vaccine at her strip club while wearing a French maid-inspired costume on Friday joked the experience was the "most Las Vegas" thing she had ever seen.
Gambling giants MGM Resorts International and Caesars Entertainment are opening their gambling floors at 100% capacity with no person-to-person distancing requirement
A Las Vegas babysitter has been charged in the death of a 5-year-old boy after home surveillance video showed her kicking the child in the head because he urinated in his pants, authorities said.
A Texas woman is leaving Las Vegas $300,000 richer.
The Nevada Supreme Court made Joe Biden’s win in the state official on Tuesday, approving the state’s final canvass of the Nov. 3 election.
Nevadans voted yes to a new amendment that will legally protect same-sex marriage in its state Constitution.
Joe Biden has increased his lead over President Donald Trump in Nevada, leading by 20,137 votes in the battleground state.
The action makes final a deal announced earlier this month that settles dozens of lawsuits on the eve of the third anniversary of the shooting that killed 58 people and injured more than 850 at an open-air concert near the Mandalay Bay resort.
An entire neighborhood in Nevada lit up in blue to show their support for local law enforcement.
LAS VEGAS — From a sunrise event to a reading of victims' names at the time the bullets flew, Las Vegas on Tuesday marked two years since the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, with memorials to the 58 people killed at a country music festival."No anniversary is more terrible than the one that recalls how your neighbors and guests were so wantonly slain, even while their hearts were singing out in joy as they listened to music with their friends and loved ones," Joe Robbins said.The father of 20-year-old Quinton Robbins told a daybreak audience of hundreds about his son, a city recreation worker who died when a gunman rained gunfire from a high-rise hotel into a crowd of 22,000 on Oct. 1, 2017."None of us want those who lost to be forgotten," Joe Robbins said.Nevada Gov.
LAS VEGAS — The U.S. government is allocating nearly $17 million to help people affected by the Las Vegas Strip mass shooting that became the deadliest in the nation's modern history, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker said Friday.The money from the Justice Department will defray costs of counseling, therapy, rehabilitation, trauma recovery and legal aid for thousands of people affected by the Oct. 1, 2017, massacre, Whitaker said in Cincinnati.Fifty-eight people died and more than 850 were injured when a gunman opened fire from a high-rise hotel into an open-air country music concert crowd of 22,000 people.Whitaker termed the $16.7 million grant to help victims, family members, medical personnel, first responders, concert staff, vendors and witnesses as an effort to help Las Vegas heal."We have already provided $3 million to cover expenses for state and local law enforcement in Las Vegas and in Clark County following last October's horrific mass shooting," he said.The Justice Department said the money will supplement and replenish a compensation fund managed by the Nevada Office for Victims of Crime .A committee overseeing the state fund created a protocol to make payments on a scale to more than 530 people.Relatives of those killed and people whose injuries left them with permanent brain damage or paralysis received the maximum $275,000.Smaller sums were given to those who were hospitalized or received medical care on an emergency or outpatient basis in the days after the shooting.Program coordinator Michelle Morgando said Friday that $3.2 million has been disbursed to date for claims arising from the Route 91 Harvest Festival tragedy.A motive for the shooting has not been found.