When 25-year-old David Carter is not shimmying up palm trees in the summer, risking his life to cut its fronds, he’s “flocking” at one of the oldest Christmas tree lots in Las Vegas.
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Thursday’s low temperature of 29 degrees, recorded at McCarran International Airport, was more than 10 degrees warmer than the record 18 degrees set in 1948, according to the National Weather Service.
Seven community development entities, or investment funds, won a combined $200 million in state tax credits meant to support economic development and job growth in Nevada. The catch is they must invest 85 percent of the credits within one year.
Police are looking for information about a man who has committed one robbery and attempted another this week in downtown Las Vegas.
Attorneys for the Nevada Judicial Discipline Commission rested their case Wednesday against suspended Family Court Judge Steven Jones, and the commission denied a motion by the judge’s lead lawyer to dismiss two key counts.
Congressional candidate Erin Bilbray on Wednesday slammed Rep. Joe Heck, telling a Hispanic group he’s only pretending to support comprehensive immigration reform.
Hope you pulled out your jackets and scarves in anticipation of the cold front that blew through the valley Tuesday evening because it left chilly temperatures and wet streets behind. But just wait.
Long waits and bad attitudes. Those are the most common complaints of veterans who shared their experiences at Department of Veterans Affairs medical facilities in the Las Vegas Valley after reading about Sandi Niccum’s ordeal in Thursday’s Review-Journal.
The Clark County Commission, sitting as the board for the Las Vegas Valley Water District, on Tuesday unanimously approved a series of annual rate hikes set to begin in January and top out in 2017.
A dime here, a quarter there and pretty soon you’re talking real money. Especially in Las Vegas, where air travelers left behind $26,900 last year after emptying their pockets at security checkpoints.