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Nevada Highway Patrol is reporting poor road conditions on State Route 160 from the Las Vegas valley to Pahrump.
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The ethics case involving a Clark County Family Court judge is now in the hands of the Judicial Discipline Commission.
The Las Vegas valley could see snow flurries over the weekend as a winter storm makes its way through southern Nevada.
Las Vegas police officer Solomon Coleman waits to be called before surrendering in court, Thursday, Aug. 8, 2013, in Las Vegas.
A Clark County grand jury has indicted a Metro Police officer on charges that he sexually harassed women.
Metro Police continue to process the crime scene outside the Greyhoiund Bus terminal following a shooting there on Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013.
New documents reveal how a Nevada free-market advocacy group plans to finance a campaign to encourage union members to leave their unions.
Metro Police are responding to shots being inside and outside the Greyhound Bus Station downtown.
The 2013 Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in June is estimated to have brought in more than $278 million to the Clark County economy, according to an economic impact report commissioned by festival producers Insomniac.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan visited Las Vegas Wednesday, looking at several successful schools in the Clark County School District.
Metro Police Assistant Sheriff Joe Lombardo announced Wednesday his plans to run for Clark County Sheriff.
A Clark County grand jury indicted a Las Vegas man Wednesday on murder charges in connection with a deadly shooting in September.
A lawyer says a suspended Clark County Family Court judge is fighting for his professional life before a state panel considering whether the judge carried on an improper romantic relationship with a female prosecutor.
A Mojave Desert tortoise is shown in a quarantine area at the Desert Tortoise Conservation Center in Las Vegas on Friday, Sept.
U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan will promote college affordability and higher academic standards during a visit to two Las Vegas Valley schools Wednesday.