The “game” involves teenagers recording themselves as they pour lighter fluid all over their body before lighting the flame.
Las Vegas Sands customers have personal info hacked
An electric toothbrush senses how long and how well you brush, and it lets you track your performance on your phone.
An Internet lending firm has agreed to pay a $50,000 administrative fine and stop originating loans in Nevada.
A 31-year-old Sparks man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for posting pornographic photographs of a juvenile relative on the Internet.
Arizona restaurateur Amy Bouzaglo became an instant Internet celebrity last month after demonstrating an impressively short temper on a reality TV show that helps reform struggling businesses.
Salt Lake County Sheriff Jim Winder has become the latest lawman in the country to stop the practice of displaying mug shots online.
Some websites, once popular, eventually fade into obscurity and become what are known as “ghost sites.” Though left untouched and unedited for extensive amounts of time, these sites continue to exist like time capsules buried deep in the Internet. Heaven’s Gate has one such website.
Nineteen people were arrested inNevada and eight other states in a Las Vegas-based identity theft and trafficking ring that a federal prosecutor characterized as a sophisticated racketeering organization involving 50 people nationwide.
School bullies and cyber bullies could face criminal charges if a new bill passes.