Nevada tourism leaders are considering establishing a statewide air service development group that would work with airlines to solve some of the wide-ranging challenges communities in the state have recruiting new flights.
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The Clark County coroner’s office confirmed Wednesday that a man pronounced dead earlier in the week after a single-vehicle crash in Henderson had a medical episode.
The controversial ride-sharing company Uber can continue to operate in Southern Nevada, a Las Vegas judge ruled today. District Judge Douglas Herndon made the ruling from the bench after holding a hearing on the matter.
A police chase spanning two states landed a 50-year-old man under arrest early Wednesday morning.
McCarran International Airport’s 14,505-foot east-west Runway 25R/7L was closed today to begin work on a capital improvement project that will last 12 months with work split over two years.
Imagine what went through the minds of bystanders Friday night at Caesars Palace when the masked men in bulletproof vests showed up.
Uber, which last week brought its controversial ride-sharing app to Nevada, is battling opponents and gathering support with an online petition drive before it faces a Clark County District Court hearing Wednesday.
The Clark County coroner’s office on Tuesday identified the motorcyclist who died Monday evening at the Desert Inn Road and Berwyck Street intersection.
Three elementary school students were on a bus involved in a crash on Blue Diamond and Cimarron roads, according to the Clark County School District.
A car crash Monday shut down the Nellis Boulevard and Cheyenne Avenue intersection during the afternoon, according to Las Vegas police.
A hearing has been scheduled Wednesday morning before Clark County District Court Judge Douglas Herndon to determine whether the controversial ride-sharing company Uber can continue to operate in Southern Nevada .
PHILADELPHIA — The city’s parking authority has lived up to its threats to impound vehicles and fine drivers participating in the UberX ride-sharing service.
The Uber transportation technology launched in Las Vegas on Friday is a great idea. There has to be a compromise out there that will allow it to stay.
Uber drivers were still riding around the Las Vegas Valley on Saturday, despite a court order barring them from providing their ride-sharing service in the state until Nov. 7, said the company’s attorney, Donald Campbell.
It didn’t take long for Uber to come to a screeching halt in Nevada. Carson City District Court Judge James Russell on Friday afternoon blocked Uber from offering any rides in the state through at least Nov. 7. A hearing is set for Nov. 6.
After months of strategizing, representatives of Uber say they will launch their controversial ride-sharing platform in Las Vegas and Reno this afternoon.
Uber, the ride-sharing company that thousands of Southern Nevada consumers have been clamoring for — and will likely result in thousands of headaches for transportation regulators and taxi company executives — is nearing its Las Vegas launch.
Nevada Transportation Department officials tried to reassure wary Boulder City residents Tuesday that Interstate 11 construction crews would take special measures to keep naturally occurring asbestos from becoming a health risk.
Lamb Boulevard will be closed Thursday night and Friday morning between Washington and Owens avenues for a pedestrian bridge construction project.
The Nevada Taxicab Authority on Monday approved an increase of just over 8 percent, boosting Clark County to the second highest rate in the nation among cities with a tourism-based economy.
In Southern Nevada, the voices are getting louder. Uber is coming.
Southern Nevada auto dealers are belatedly embracing the state’s new Electronic Dealer Report of Sale program, just as the Department of Motor Vehicles ramps up its enforcement of the program, promising fines for noncompliance.
A fresh coat of paint containing thousands of reflective glass beads is drying on the express lanes on the surface of Interstate 15 as you read this. If only the drivers were as bright as those stripes will be.
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