Five people were killed and about 40 injured in London on Wednesday after a car plowed into pedestrians and a suspected Islamist-inspired attacker stabbed a policeman close to Britain’s parliament.
Authorities have arrested four juveniles who were threatening to bring guns to Foley Middle School.
On March 22, 2017, Port St. Lucie Police with assistance of the United States Marshals Regional Fugitive Task Force (USMRFTF) arrested Hunter Thomas Boesch on the charge of First Degree Felony Murder, Attempted Robbery with a Firearm, and Conspiracy to Commit Robbery with a Firearm. Boesch was arrested at the St. Lucie County Jail where he is currently staying on unrelated charges.
Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval vetoed his first bill of the 2017 legislative session Tuesday, rejecting a citizen initiative to automatically sign up people to vote when they get a driver’s license.
At the start of the legislative session, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Nevada’s Department of Motor Vehicles introduced overlapping bills on how to deal with the future of driverless cars.
Dozens of California communities have experienced recent rates of childhood lead poisoning that surpass those of Flint, Michigan, with one Fresno locale showing rates nearly three times higher, blood testing data obtained by Reuters shows.
Between the dates of March 17, 2017 and March 20, 2017, 11 vehicles parked in the parking lot of DNB Auto and Boat Repair located at 1638 SE Village Green Drive were burglarized.
Spring into action and give during Baldwin EMC’s blood drive and health fair on Thursday, March 23 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Baldwin EMC Training Center at the cooperative’s headquarters, located at 19600 State Highway 59 in Summerdale.
While the Trump administration focuses on securing the southern border, most illegal immigrants enter the United States legally and stay after their visa expires, a new study reveals.
The South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce recruited art students from Foley High School to assist in painting their awards presented at the BBQ & Blues Festival recently held in Heritage Park.
Driving through the “Big Squeeze” in Las Vegas didn’t appear to be the nightmare many motorists might have feared during rush hour Tuesday morning.
A resolution restating the Legislature’s opposition to any effort to license Yucca Mountain as a high-level nuclear waste dump was endorsed Monday by Gov. Brian Sandoval and Attorney General Adam Laxalt.
Plastic bags at retail stores would be phased out — but cost a dime a bag in the interim — under a bill introduced in the Nevada Assembly on Monday.
Several Metropolitan Police Department corrections officers more than tripled their base salaries last year after factoring in benefits and overtime pay, new data show.
Two illegal-alien teenagers who were placed in ninth-grade classes at Montgomery County Schools, Maryland, have been arrested and charged with the brutal rape of a 14-year-old girl, and at least one of the boys had a pending deportation order from ICE.
The makers of TurboTax and other online systems spent millions lobbying last year, much of it directed toward a bill that would permanently bar the government from offering taxpayers prefilled filings.
U.S. Highway 95 will lose a lane in each direction from Rancho Drive to just east of Interstate 15 starting at 9 p.m. Monday.
Nevada is pushing forward with a new road map for student achievement, despite the rollback of federal regulations.
Bombshell discovery shows targets of NSA’s “Project Dragnet”
While the Department of Justice was prosecuting Sheriff Arpaio from 2008 to 2010, the NSA conducted electronic surveillance of the various Arizona judges on the case, on Sheriff Arpaio, and on the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office.
Record-breaking highs should begin to fall through the week in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the National Weather Service.
The sprawling desert lot has seen no shortage of plans — hotels, condos, sports arenas, even a train station.
Clark County officials hesitant to regulate ‘extreme’ attractions because of cost, lack of expertise
Las Vegas has long been a magnet for high-risk thrill-seekers, and the valley’s list of adrenaline-producing attractions gets wilder and wilder every year.
The president is no longer safe on the White House grounds, according to former Secret Service agent, who once guarded presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama.
A man shot dead by French soldiers at Paris Orly airport on Saturday shouted he was there to “die for Allah” and tried to seize a soldier’s assault rifle, apparently intending to open fire on passengers, a prosecutor said.
The U.S. Justice Department is developing plans to temporarily reassign immigration judges from around the country to 12 cities to speed up deportations of illegal immigrants who have been charged with crimes, according to two administration officials.
Laptop holding Trump Tower floor plans, Hillary Clinton email investigation info stolen from Secret Service agent
A laptop computer containing floor plans for Trump Tower, information about the Hillary Clinton email investigation and other national security information was stolen from a Secret Service agent’s vehicle in Brooklyn, police sources told the Daily News.
A $1.1 trillion budget blueprint by President Donald Trump that includes a revival of Yucca Mountain as a repository for nuclear waste was declared “dead on arrival” Thursday by Nevada’s two U.S. senators.
A plan to provide additional money to help specific student needs would cost more than $1 billion — money that may not be available for Nevada schools this biennium.
A U.S. policy of strategic patience with North Korea has ended, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said in South Korea on Friday, adding that military action would be “on the table” if North Korea elevated the threat level.
Judge Considers Ordering President Donald Trump to Double 50,000 Refugee Inflow to the United States
A federal District Court judge in Maryland is considering whether he should order President Donald Trump to double the annual inflow of refugees up to 100,000 per year.
“It’s the perfect storm of the beer-vergence of St. Patrick’s Day, March Madness and the start of the college spring break season. You can’t ask for a better situation than that.”
According to the Department of Agriculture, 1.5 million noncitizens received food stamps in the 2015 fiscal year.
Last night, the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office received a call of an intoxicated man making inappropriate comments and taking photos of a female on Wabasso Beach.
Prescription drugs declared “one of the most significant perils to human health” by British medical journal
Prescription drug therapy has been a major contributor to the soaring rates of serious, disabling or fatal injuries.
They quietly labor as registered foreign agents on behalf of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Their mission: Encourage U.S. veterans and policymakers to oppose a law Congress passed that would allow terror victims’ families to sue nations linked to terrorism.
The school district and parents of students are on high alert after a string of women have asked students to get in their cars in the southwest valley.
House Intel Committee seeks names of Obama officials who requested ‘unmasking’ of Americans picked up on surveillance
The leaders of the House Intelligence Committee asked the three leaders of the intelligence community Wednesday about any time during the last seven months of the Obama administration whenever any of its agents and officials improperly named, or “unmasked,” and disseminated the identities of American citizens picked up in intelligence collection.
Monsanto tried to hide evidence of glyphosate (RoundUp) causing Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma: COURT DOCUMENTS
Court documents released on March 13th show that Monsanto colluded with the EPA to bury scientific evidence linking its glyphosate product (RoundUp) to cancer in humans (specifically, Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma).
The White House’s fiscal 2018 budget plan for the U.S. Department of Energy includes $120 million to restart licensing for the proposed Yucca Mountain nuclear waste dump in Nevada, a project stalled for years by lawsuits and local opposition.
Thousands of downtown Las Vegas commuters have until 9 p.m. Monday to brace for a long, painful pinch known as “The Big Squeeze.”
A lawsuit filed by Texas in a U.S. appellate court claims the federal government violated the law in failing to complete the licensing process for permanent storage of nuclear waste at Yucca Mountain in Nevada.
Save Red Rock, in an effort to halt progress on a proposed development near the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, has accused the Clark County Commission of violating open meeting laws.
A series of kerfuffles involving politicians’ emails has sparked a nationwide call for elected officials to embrace transparency. But members of the Nevada Legislature show no intention of opening their records to the public.
Report warns of catastrophic consequences and blames manufacturers for ‘systematic denial of harms’ and ‘unethical marketing tactics’
A bill that would help undocumented juveniles living in Nevada seek and obtain federal immigration relief won bipartisan support in the Assembly on Tuesday.
Three separate intelligence sources believe that former President Obama veered ‘outside the chain of command’ and employed British surveillance agents to conduct surveillance on Donald Trump’s team prior to the election, according to a legal analyst.
Striving to allay the fears of many local illegal immigrants, a Metropolitan Police Department representative said that his agency will continue to focus on fighting violent crime, not on immigration enforcement.
Despite what you might have seen on the internet, Death Valley National Park is not in the midst of another wildflower “superbloom.”
A Nevada Highway Patrol sergeant who responded to the 2014 protests in Bunkerville testified Monday that he was “jealous” of one of Cliven Bundy’s supporters because the man carried a radio that broadcast police scanner activity better than a state-issued device.