A Clark County School District bus crashed into a brick wall near Jones Boulevard and Washington Avenue on Wednesday. Nobody was hurt.
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Traffic is flowing smoothly Wednesday after a crash near the U.S. Highway 95 interchange on Horizon Drive was briefly blocked, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
A four-vehicle crash is causing delays on the 215 Southern Beltway, west of Las Vegas Boulevard, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Clark County commissioners on Tuesday approved two measures that will aid Las Vegas Monorail Co.’s county business license fees, which increased after the company restructured its debt.
The TSA introduced four specially trained dogs to sniff passengers for residue or odors from explosive devices Tuesday at McCarran International Airport.
Even though Uber has no license to operate in Clark County or the rest of the state, the San Francisco-based transportation network ride-sharing company had a key role in two matters before the Nevada Taxicab Authority on Monday.
The bottom-line answer: you’re in for a long wait.
Las Vegas Monorail Co. stands to benefit from two proposals pending before the Clark County Commission tied to the company’s business license fees.
One person was hospitalized Friday afternoon after a vehicle crash in the southwest valley, Las Vegas police said.
About 200 residents of West Las Vegas and dignitaries celebrated the reopening of F Street on Thursday, hailing it as reunification of a historic neighborhood with a reawakening downtown.
The first chunk of new roadway for the dream that is Interstate 11 took another step closer to reality Thursday.
The six-year saga of F Street’s role in the history of Las Vegas’ racial relations comes to a close Thursday when a section of the road beneath Interstate 15 reopens in a ceremony at F and McWilliams Avenue.
The ghosts of the Las Vegas cab racket past must have had a good chuckle. The state’s current corporate taxi service licensees surely smiled as well. Call it a fortuitous turn of events at the Washoe County Courthouse.
A school bus carrying four children collided with another vehicle about 3:45 p.m. Monday, according to Las Vegas police said.
Wild burros in the northern Pahrump Valley are being gathered and moved to prevent roadside hazards along state Route 160, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
How do cabs and Uber compare? The fares were comparable — within a couple of dollars — but the Uber payment system was much simpler. Uber’s biggest edge was in pickup time. On average, Uber drivers arrived six times faster than the cabs.
If you’ve got a pothole complaint to voice, such as multiple Road Warrior readers did last week about the condition of Eastern Avenue and the ramps leading to the 215 Beltway, all you have to do is call the right office.
U.S. Highway 95 at the Spaghetti Bowl is re-opened after a crash had blocked all northbound lanes, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
A section of the northern 215 Beltway will be closed overnight Thursday and early Friday for bridge construction, according to Clark County.
This year’s Great Santa Run, a fundraiser for Opportunity Village, will invade downtown and result in the closure of several city streets from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday.
The U.S. Postal Service has to individual hand out mail to more than 200 Henderson customers after their boxes were damaged Tuesday when a car crashed into the lobby.
The head of the state’s Department of Business and Industry met Monday with representatives of Uber, but there was no indication that there is any change forthcoming that would enable the company to restart operations.
The final phase of the $12 million Rampart Boulevard sewer project is now estimated to be complete by the end of June. The original end date for the project, which is currently in phase two of five, was May.
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