It is the fourth wrong-way crash in a month and the second deadly wrong-way crash this week on Interstate 15.
The Nevada Department of Transportation is implementing a pilot program to deter wrong-way drivers, whose crashes are far more likely to result in death.
Electronic cigarette use and vaping in Las Vegas parks will not be outlawed for now, although the bill’s sponsor said the issue might be raised again in the future.
The tip of the second man’s finger was severed during a scuffle on Nov. 24, when both were placed in holding cell No. 2 on the first floor of the downtown Las Vegas jail.
Metropolitan police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a man who carried out a robbery at a business on the Las Vegas Boulevard Strip in November.
Family and friends are rallying around 22-year-old Ashleigh Cope, who became ill the Tuesday before Thanksgiving following an out-patient surgery at a Henderson clinic.
Apparently, some things, such as use of a pay telephone, are better off unsaid.
Gov. Steve Sisolak Thursday talked about reforming state boards, getting more independence in the marijuana testing business and adopting a more holistic approach to dealing with homelessness in a wide-ranging interview reflecting on his first year in office.
In its 34th year, Cowboy Christmas and its more than 300 exhibitors take over more than seven and a half football fields worth of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The median sales price of previously owned single-family homes – the bulk of Southern Nevada’s market – was $307,000 in November.
“This is a level of oversight I welcome,” Superintendent Jesus Jara said before Clark County School District trustees discussed his evaluation Thursday night. “I’m not afraid of being held accountable.”
In support of his recently released record, country superstar Jason Aldean will play his first headlining shows in Las Vegas since the Oct. 1, 2017 tragedy.
A driver crashed into two vehicles, including a police car, near Twain Avenue and Swenson Street, a Metropolitan Police Department spokesman said Thursday night.
Former Henderson Police Chief LaTesha Watson claims in a complaint with a state commission that the city discriminated against her because she is a black woman.
Defenseman Nate Schmidt didn’t give an inch to speedy Mathew Barzal in overtime of the Golden Knights’ 3-2 loss to the New York Islanders on Thursday.
A motorist fled from police, then crashed their vehicle into a light pole near Cheyenne Avenue and Martin Luther King Boulevard early Friday.
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The recession created a new breed of corporate landlords. Today, they’re evicting Las Vegas Valley residents at alarming rates.
The NFR is celebrating its 35th year in Las Vegas and the Review-Journal will be live every day at 5:45 pm with special one-on-one interviews.
The collection by the famed street artist, who garnered worldwide attention when his “Girl With Balloon” self-destructed at an auction last year, is on view on the Las Vegas Strip for the first time.
Monitor the progress of the Las Vegas stadium with this view looking south toward the construction site.