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Assessing elderly drivers: Is it time to take away the keys?

One of the hardest things you'll ever have to do is take the keys away from the family patriarch. When it's time for that to happen, it's bound to provoke arguments, heartaches and headaches for all parties involved. But it's also a necessary step in the life cycle.

Flashers not strictly in event of emergency

When they first saw school buses activating their flashers in the middle of the Spaghetti Bowl, some motorists probably thought, "Please, please don't drop off students in the middle of Interstate 15."

Thin-font Nevada license plates aren't fakes

I'm not sure why people are so fascinated with license plates, but they are. These hunks of aluminum that we are required to attach to our vehicles were the subject of two recent inquiries from Warrior readers.

Does McCarran growth mean it’s time for that new airport? Not just yet

— Clark County Aviation Director Rosemary Vassiliadis announced that seven gates in the D concourse are going to be opened for international use with a tunnel to be built connecting those gates with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility in Terminal 3. The $51 million project is scheduled for completion in early 2017.

Las Vegas motorists point out signs of confusion

Alert Warrior readers brought it to the attention of Warrior Central that there are some signs on the freeway that made them scratch their heads. Some readers probably remember the exit sign on northbound U.S. Highway 95 that once showed the mileage to "Eastern Blvd."

Go slow when seeing school zone signs in Las Vegas

Kids are crying, but their moms are rejoicing: It's back-to-school time! And that means it's also time for motorists to go on high alert around those hallowed halls of knowledge because, as we all know, kids seem to do the dumbest things when walking near a street.

Nevada eyes Oregon program to tax motorists by the mile

Nevada transportation leaders will be keeping a close watch on OReGO, a pilot program being undertaken by the Oregon Department of Transportation for motorists to pay for road and highway improvements by the mile instead of through a gasoline tax.