The 16-year-old pedestrian hit by a truck on Nov. 23 in the northwest valley died of her injuries on Thursday, according to the Clark County coroner's office.
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The woman struck and killed Friday by an SUV on Nellis Boulevard has been identified as Elsa Maria Aguila-Salgado, according to the Clark County coroner's office.
Travelers found slow going on southbound Interstate 15 as many from Southern California headed for home Sunday after the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Inside a housing project in one of Las Vegas' roughest neighborhoods, children are looking at irises.
In June, Las Vegas resident and avid outdoorsman Chris Meyer submitted a formal application to have an unnamed mountain 40 miles southeast of Las Vegas officially labeled as Peanut Peak, the name his son, Kenny, gave it the first time they hiked to its 2,500-foot summit when he was 5.
Las Vegas police lost track of two motorcyclists speeding through the city Sunday morning, according to police.
More than 600 people headed to the Lee Canyon ski resort on Mount Charleston, an hour northwest of Las Vegas, for opening day to ski, snowboard or tube, according to Marketing Manager Jim Seely.
A house fire started by a child playing with a lighter displaced five people in the west valley Saturday afternoon, officials say.
A crash that was blocking the right four lanes of southbound U.S. Highway 95, near the Rancho Drive exit Saturday night, has been cleared.
For two days last week, an unorthodox college campus opened its doors in northeast Las Vegas and welcomed an inaugural class of exclusively middle and high school students.
A 72-year-old female pedestrian was killed when hit by a white Ford Explorer on Nellis Boulevard just before 5:30 p.m. Friday, according to police.
Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley will remain chilly through the beginning of the week, the National Weather Service said.
A pedestrian is dead and Las Vegas police are looking for the driver and the white SUV that hit her Friday night in the east valley.
Las Vegas hasn't seen a major stadium or arena built in more than three decades. The $375 million venue behind New York-New York on the Strip is scheduled to open in April.
Veteran reporter Jim Myers will join the Review-Journal's Washington Bureau on Monday. Myers will work with Peter Urban, who continues as a Washington bureau staffer under GateHouse Media, the parent company of the Review-Journal.
A controversial consulting contract for human resource services at the financially troubled Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority is being criticized in light of more than $12,000 in costs billed in just one month.
Two people were jailed after barricading themselves inside an apartment for almost six hours Friday, Henderson police said.
Dozens of retired U.S. military officers who belong to the Southern Nevada Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America held their 50th anniversary dinner at Palace Station on Nov. 20.
Sixty-five passengers on a British Airways Las Vegas-to-London flight evacuated after an aborted takeoff and fire in September have filed a lawsuit in Chicago against the manufacturers of the Boeing 777 jet and its engines.
Seven people are facing multiple felonies in connection with a series of terrifying attacks on three tourists and one valley resident on the Las Vegas Strip in September.
For retailers like Ronald Corso, owner of 11th Street Records, shopping locally isn't just about building his business — it's about building community.
What started as a do-over on a county ordinance for ride-hailing licensing in Clark County has erupted into a pressure campaign urging something Uber already is allowed to do — operate at McCarran International Airport.
Three people are hospitalized after a stabbing at a party early Friday morning in the 4200 block of Tara Avenue.
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