{FD} Vegas man sets mother’s home on fire over laundry dispute, police say

A man is being charged with arson and attempted murder after he set a home on fire in North Las Vegas with his mother inside.

{FD} ‘Vegas Strong’ F-15 fighter jet debuts at Nevada air show

A fighter jet at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada is now considered a work of art in tribute to the 58 victims who died in the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1.

{FD} Self-driving shuttle hit by human-driven truck hours after debut

Tech passes the test.

{FD} John Fogerty wants to help war veterans, says it is the ‘least we can do’

Rock legend, John Fogerty, of the iconic 60’s and 70’s band Creedence Clearwater Revival is giving back to help veterans in Las Vegas.

{FD} Halloween display depicting tombstones for Vegas victims taken down amid outcry

A Las Vegas homeowner’s decision to use Halloween decorations to pay honor to the 58 lives lost in the Oct. 1st Route 91 Harvest Music Festival is under controversy.

{FD} Union workers blame VA Secretary Shulkin for staff shortages at veterans hospitals

President Trump promised to fix the broken system at the Department of Veterans Affairs and now critics are blasting his VA Secretary David Shulkin saying facilities still do not have enough federal workers to provide adequate healthcare.

{FD} After Las Vegas shooting, Nevada officials go after sham websites seeking donations

The Nevada Attorney General’s office is investigating reports of fake online charities collecting donations on behalf of victims that were killed or wounded at a shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas Oct. 1st.

{FD} Donors continue to line up at blood centers in response to Las Vegas massacre

Four days after the nation’s worst mass shooting in history that killed 58 people in Las Vegas, blood donation lines are not receding as hundreds of people line up to give.

{FD} As OJ Simpson’s release nears, Nevada officials are staying mum on details

Almost nine years to the day that OJ Simpson was found guilty in a robbery case after trying to retrieve sports memorabilia he claimed he owned in a hotel room in Las Vegas, the disgraced ex-football star will be eligible for release on October 1.

{FD} New pilot program puts nurses in the 911 response chair

Nurses in Las Vegas are stepping out of the hospital room and into the fire and rescue dispatch center.

{FD} Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio fires back at judge in his contempt case

Former sheriff Joe Arpaio is firing back at U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton after she is questioning the likelihood of throwing out the conviction in light of the president’s pardon of the controversial lawman.

{FD} Reptilian standoff brewing in Nevada

While it may not be Jurassic extinction, there is a fight brewing in Nevada over commercial reptile collections.

Lake Mead able to avoid water shortage for another year

A new study by the Bureau of Reclamation found that water flows slightly improved compared with recent years.

Phoenix rally attendees give Trump’s performance a thumbs up

President Trump supporters—many of whom faced triple-digit heat to attend a Tuesday rally in Phoenix—appeared to approve the president’s speech and his job performance despite recent turmoil in his administration and reaction to Charlottesville.

Vegas aircraft supplier helps bring flight scenes to movie blockbusters

In a scene in the summer film “Dunkirk”, an Mk-1 Spitfire plane makes a daring landing in the English Channel.

{FD} Federal agency gives go ahead for Yucca Mountain licensing process

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission voted 2-1 Tuesday to restart and resurrect the licensing process for the controversial Yucca Mountain nuclear waste site project.

{FD} Homeless bank robber gets prison time, like he wanted

An elderly, homeless man will most likely be spending the rest of his days behind bars after he was sentenced for bank robbery. And he couldn’t be happier.

{FD} Homeless man robbed bank so he could go back to prison

A Nevada homeless man claims he robbed a bank so he could seek refuge in prison.

{FD} Utah wildfire: Country’s largest active fire grows in size

The nation’s largest active fire is raging across Southern Utah near the ski resort town of Brian Head.