North Las Vegas police will be emphasizing pedestrian safety throughout the city’s business corridors Friday.
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Two small Nevada cities, Mesquite and Fernley, have been tapped as among the top 25 U.S locations for new distribution warehouse operations in a report slated for presentation Thursday in Las Vegas.
A traffic safety expert is calling on Clark County and local municipalities to reduce the speed limit on some Southern Nevada streets as a means to make pedestrians and bicyclists safer.
A 78-year-old Mesquite man died Tuesday when his car fell into a lake after he sped through an intersection and crashed into a curb, according to Nevada Highway Patrol.
Las Vegas police shut down traffic on Boulder Highway between U.S. Highway 95 and Lamb Boulevard Tuesday afternoon in connection with a stabbing that occurred early in the day.
Traffic backed up for miles after a suspected drunken slammed into the police Harley-Davidson parked on the shoulder of the busy road.
An hour after the Nevada Department of Transportation lifted a snow-chain restriction on state Route 156, the Nevada Highway Patrol responded to two crashes in Lee Canyon Monday afternoon.
Two simultaneous accidents on northbound Interstate 15 just north of Sahara Avenue are causing traffic delays Monday afternoon.
Two men were transported to the hospital with serious injuries after a south valley crash Monday morning.
Next weekend is one of Southern Nevada’s sports highlights with Saturday’s Xfinity Series Boyd Gaming 300 race and the weekend’s feature event, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Kobalt 400, on Sunday.
Boulder City residents will soon see construction around the Eldorado Mountains as the Interstate 11 project inches closer to groundbreaking.
The Las Vegas Monorail Co. is partnering with the company that is bringing the two-weekend Rock in Rio music festival to Las Vegas in May.
When Nevada Transportation Department contractors begin work on a project designed to make Tropicana Avenue safer for motorists and pedestrians in the fall, they’ll be required to coordinate efforts with workers on a parallel project a mile away.
One of the most colorful street closures on the calendar is coming to downtown Las Vegas on Saturday.
A proposal to change auto emissions testing to once every two years instead of annually is facing an uphill battle in the Nevada Legislature.
Two men with past connections to transportation systems in Louisiana appear to be finalists for the open Nevada Taxicab Authority administrator’s position.
A woman who died Sunday night in a fatal crash on the 215 Beltway was wearing her seat belt, Nevada Highway Patrol said Monday.
Snow chains are required on a section of state Route 160, which connects the Las Vegas Valley to Pahrump, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced Monday afternoon.
A Road Warrior reader asks if Nevada motorists have to display a license plate on the front and back of their vehicles.
Motorists who use Flamingo Road should brace themselves. A $40.3 million overhaul of 14 miles of Flamingo begins next month and people driving one of the city’s primary east-west routes will see the number of traffic lanes reduced and work zones in place through October 2016.
A small Reno limousine company and a California-based moving company have filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Las Vegas challenging the Nevada Transportation Authority’s system of approving transportation operating certificates.
A portion of Fourth Street in downtown Las Vegas will be closed for five hours Saturday for a Chinese New Year parade, an event that is part of the two-day Las Vegas Spring Festival.
A Las Vegas motorist wonders why he’s not allowed to make a right turn on a red light when there are two right-turn lanes.
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