After a girl left her longtime Winnie-the-Pooh stuffed animal on a flight, Southwest Airlines came to the rescue.
Here’s a guide on what to look out for at the third major event of the presidential election.
Last week, he visited Houston where he launched “Mike for Black America” a national movement to engage Black Americans. But, he still faces criticism most notably for implementing stop and frisk.
The donation will be made to the Nevada Department of Agriculture meal service program, which provides breakfast and lunch to students across the the state.
Reno City Manager Sabra Newby tweeted about the bird Wednesday, saying it's quirky and fun but still inhumane.
One of several pigeons spotted in Las Vegas last year wearing tiny cowboy hats has died, according to a local rescue group.
A maintenance worker was wounded after he was shot by an elderly tenant who reported a water issue, Las Vegas Metro police reported.
The parents of a 5-year-old girl say a Las Vegas dentist set their daughter's mouth on fire as she underwent a routine dental procedure.
Disturbing video showed a man chasing a terrified woman, attacking her and then dragging her back into a car.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A fire in a three-story apartment building in downtown Las Vegas where residents were apparently using their stoves for heat killed six people and forced some residents to jump from upper-floor windows to escape the heavy smoke before dawn Saturday, authorities said.
Someone in Las Vegas has been putting tiny cowboy hats on the heads of Las Vegas pigeons, and while you might be asking yourself why, one local onlooker only has one explanation: “the rodeo is in town.”
A Nevada woman turned misery into magic by tackling the arduous task of shoveling snow in a full-body unicorn suit.
About 75 people arrived early Friday at a gate at the once-secret Area 51 military base in Nevada — at the time appointed by an internet hoaxster to "storm" the facility to see space aliens — and one person was arrested, authorities said.
It's still summer, but somebody didn't tell the snow that.
The California man behind the viral "Storm Area 51" event on Facebook that may draw alien-obsessed crowds to a rural Nevada county next week has pulled out of a festival spawned from the popular event because of safety concerns.
The Facebook group calling on people to “Storm Area 51” and “see them aliens” that started as a joke has now turned into a full-fledged Burning Man-style festival with music and art installations scheduled to take place in September this year.