Posted: 05/26/2009 - A National Park Service official says two men died in separate incidents over the Memorial Day holiday on Lake Mohave.
Posted: 05/26/2009 - O.J. Simpson has filed an appeal with the Nevada Supreme Court, seeking to overturn his conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping charges in a Las Vegas hotel room confrontation with two sports memorabilia dealers.
Posted: 05/26/2009 - Airport officials say nearly 3.6 million airline passengers flew into and out of Las Vegas in April, 223,000 fewer than in April 2008.
Posted: 05/26/2009 - O.J. Simpson is appealing to the Nevada Supreme Court to overturn his conviction on Las Vegas armed robbery and kidnapping charges.
Updated: 05/26/2009 - Former Assemblywoman Sharron Angle is eager unseat Senator Harry Reid in 2010. She has not yet announced her candidacy, but says she would be eager to take on the challenge if that’s what Nevada voters want. Monday, she joined members of the Political Action Committee “Our Country Deserves Better” as they launched a six-figure media campaign titled “Defeat Harry Reid”.
Posted: 05/25/2009 - A New York toddler still in diapers has a growing reputation as a pool shark with a mean bank shot - even though he has to stand on a chair to reach the table.
Updated: 05/26/2009 - Slot machine maker WMS Industries Inc. says older people still gamble the most at casinos, but young players and minorities are the future of the industry.
Posted: 05/25/2009 - The Federal Aviation Administration is restricting Las Vegas-area air space during President Barack Obama's visit to the city.
Posted: 05/25/2009 - The College of Southern Nevada summer nursing assistant program is finding space short and demand high for graduates.
Updated: 05/26/2009 - Hundreds of Nevadans turned out Monday at veteran's cemeteries in Fernley and Boulder City to honor military members who died in the nation's conflicts and to remember Nevadans killed in Afghanistan and Iraq since last Memorial Day.
Posted: 05/24/2009 - Clark County Sheriff Doug Gillespie says he plans to review department training policies and rules for using sirens after a fatal crash that left a 28-year-old officer dead.
Posted: 05/24/2009 - It's back to the buffet, bargains and customer bonuses for Las Vegas casinos.
Posted: 05/23/2009 - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is closing the Moapa Valley National Wildlife Refuge through the summer.
Posted: 05/23/2009 - Dwayne Keith Fitzen - "Shadow" to fellow inmates at the federal prison in Waseca, Minn. - was halfway through his 24-year sentence when prison officials decided to move him to a facility in California.
Posted: 05/22/2009 - A Las Vegas man has been ordered held without bond for trying to smuggle the same type of animal tranquilizers into the country that he may have used hours earlier to help an Oregon woman commit suicide in a Mexican motel.
Posted: 05/22/2009 - The National Park Service says biologists are trying to determine the cause of a Lake Mohave fish die-off that has left dead carp on beaches.
Posted: 05/22/2009 - The federal Bureau of Prisons routinely transfers inmates, unaccompanied, on Greyhound busses. When an inmate walks away, the system is called into question.
Posted: 05/22/2009 - O.J. Simpson has switched lawyers in Nevada on the eve of his appeal to the state Supreme Court to reverse his conviction in an armed hotel room heist.
Posted: 05/22/2009 - LAS VEGAS (AP) - Health officials have raised the number of swine flu cases reported in the Las Vegas area to 26, including two new mild cases.
Posted: 05/21/2009 - Authorities in California's San Bernardino County are investigating the discovery of skeletal human remains off Interstate 15 about a mile south of the Nevada border town of Primm.
Posted: 05/21/2009 - A jury has found Thayer Burton guilty of first-degree murder
Posted: 05/21/2009 - Police say an officer killed when his patrol car crashed on the way to an emergency call was going 109 miles per hour on a city street with his lights and siren off.
Posted: 05/21/2009 - The city of Las Vegas and the Union Pacific Railroad Co. are putting up $5 million each toward cleaning polluted soil in a former rail yard that's slated to become the site of a downtown performing arts center, offices, hotel and casino.
Posted: 05/20/2009 - A prominent Nebraska philanthropist today pleaded not guilty to felony charges that he failed to repay almost $15 million in gambling debts to two Las Vegas casinos.