When darkness falls, Wendy Yeh is afraid to walk the grounds of her Safari Motel. Here, just a few blocks east of Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh’s prized downtown development project, trouble lurks.
A high-speed rail project long left for dead by critics might have new life, thanks to a key study, the arrival of the Trump administration and an unexpected wild card — the Las Vegas Raiders.
Then vast amounts of data from the program, including the Americans’ communications, are entered into a master database that a Justice Department lawyer at the 2015 hearing described as the “FBI’s ‘Google’ of its lawfully acquired information.
The remote site in eastern Afghanistan where the U.S. military dropped its largest non-nuclear bomb ever deployed in combat earlier this month bears signs of the weapon’s power, but little evidence of how much material and human damage it inflicted.
Clark County manager Yolanda King on Friday addressed fresh demands from the U.S. Department of Justice to prove the county is enforcing federal immigration laws or risk losing hundreds of thousands of federal grant money.
A few years after Colorado legalized recreational marijuana in 2012, Denver Public Schools produced a public service video with a straightforward message: The education system wasn’t getting that much money from pot tax revenue.
Trial and Terror: The U.S. government has prosecuted 796 people for terrorism since the 9/11 attacks. Most of them never even got close to committing an act of violence.
The U.S. government segregates terrorism cases into two categories — domestic and international. This database contains cases classified as international terrorism, though many of the people charged never left the United States or communicated with anyone outside the country.
A high-level adviser and operative for the 2016 Sanders campaign was Vitali Shkliarov, a Soviet-born citizen of Belarus.
Anyone with information regarding this incident is asked to contact the Jupiter Police Department
Murder victim found in Fort Morgan was identified as man missing since March. Search continues for missing female.
“Screw Nevada Two.”
They are mostly farmers and ranchers, making a last stand against the pipeline – the fate of which now rests with an obscure state regulatory board, the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is hitting back at Trump’s CIA director Mike Pompeo following a speech last week in which Pompeo accused Wikileaks of being a “hostile non-state intelligence agency” operating outside of the protections of the First Amendment.
Union Pacific will be working on the railroad this year.
Jumbo Reservoir is closed to trailered, motorized boating until April 24.
A lawyer representing Cliven Bundy has accused a federal judge of violating the embattled cattle rancher’s constitutional right to a speedy trial by setting a June 26 start date in the second Bunkerville standoff case.
Associates of Donald Trump in Indonesia have joined army officers and a vigilante street movement linked to ISIS in a campaign that ultimately aims to oust the country’s president.
Here’s why globalists inside GOP won’t roll back Obamacare
Lead poisoning afflicts hundreds of areas across Los Angeles County, from affluent hubs to low income or gentrifying areas, Reuters finds. The results surprised some local leaders, showing how lead hazards persist even in a health-conscious region.
Nevada spends millions of dollars each year to train state lawyers, law enforcement and other state employees.
An ‘easily operated’ machine linked to a smartphone could be ready within five years
‘There is now an increasing insistence that everybody hew to the same line’
Former Arkansas Death Row Chief Shocked at Execution Binge — “What Are They Going to Tell Their Kids?”
“What are they going to tell their kids? ‘Hi Johnny, I executed seven people?”
The search warrant stemmed from undercover purchases of illegal narcotics over the several weeks. Arkbar Wilkerson (39) of Gifford, was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. Steroids, prescription medication, and drug paraphernalia were seized from the home.
Mark Zuckerberg Sees Augmented Reality Ecosystem in Facebook
Unidentified mans body found in vacant residence by work crews leads to believed homicide.
A bill that would have quashed a developer’s plans to build thousands of homes near Red Rock Canyon was fundamentally changed before being passed out of a committee in the Nevada Assembly.
Jurors in the first Bunkerville standoff trial finished their second day of deliberations Monday without reaching a verdict.
When the Charles William Carter Memorial Scholarship launched at Bonanza High School last year, no students qualified for it.
The companies include Nestle, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Danone, General Mills, Associated British Foods, Kellogg’s, Mars, and Mondelez, and each of them employs thousands of people and profits billions of dollars in annual revenue
President Trump’s cruise-missile strike against Syria was celebrated by establishment politicians and media, their glee at striking a blow against Bashar al-Assad swamping any rational discussion of what happens next.
The Philippine police have received cash payments for executing drug suspects, planted evidence at crime scenes and carried out most of the killings they have long blamed on vigilantes, said two senior officers who are critical of President Rodrigo Duterte’s “war on drugs.”
The feral bunnies are a citywide problem, say Las Vegans who have taken the problem into their own hands.
Scientists at Sandia National Laboratories are claiming success with the first in a new series of test flights involving an upgraded version of a nuclear bomb that has been part of the U.S. arsenal for decades.
$72 million spent since 2006 to control Internet under guise of “net neutrality”
MCC recognized their 54 student employees, 11 of whom were nominated for Student Employee of the Year.
There are absolutely no ineffective teachers in Nevada’s worst-performing schools.
Four-year-old Awra Ali was nearly blinded in a U.S.-led coalition strike in Mosul. She’s among the unprecedented number of civilians harmed in strikes in March.
The loss of nearly one out four U.S. factories in the last two decades means parts for its bike frames and engines must be purchased in China, where the manufacturing supply chain moved years ago.
‘Takes the presumption of innocence and it turns it on its head’
Join us as we follow a single gallon on its long and complicated voyage from supply to demand.
The windows are boarded-up, the side gate is padlocked, and all is quiet inside. But not long ago, neighbors say, the Las Vegas house was buzzing with squatters.
It’s starting to sink in to state, county and city leaders that winning an NFL franchise represents an unprecedented challenge for Southern Nevada.
Desperate to help her disruptive toddler, one mother had no idea that the treatment they offered was the thing she needed to fear.
The Northern Pomo people of California thrived in the lush wetland valley known as Bito’m-kai for millennia, fishing salmon from percolating creeks, gathering natural medicines and managing natural resources to feed thousands.
“Based on new information we have recently uncovered, we have initiated an investigation into illegal votes cast in the last general election”
The once-abandoned subdivision off the side of U.S. Highway 95 is tucked out of view, but there isn’t much to see anyway — just some house-less streets next to a mile-long airstrip.
North Korea displayed what appeared to be new long-range and submarine-based missiles on the 105th birth anniversary of its founding father, Kim Il Sung, as a nuclear-powered U.S. aircraft carrier group steamed towards the region.
A portion of Las Vegas business owners are living in a Catch-22.
The Strangers Who Got Snowden’s Secrets in the Mail
President Donald Trump has won the first major battle in his war on illegal immigration, and he did it without building his wall.
“Part of a C.I.A.-financed complex built for the mujahedeen…”