A 70-year-old woman reported missing in the west valley has been safely found, Las Vegas police announced Saturday afternoon.
The crash involving a motorcycle and an SUV occurred about 8:50 p.m. at South Valley View Boulevard and El Camino Avenue, near West Sahara Avenue, Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Peter Kisfalvi said.
The Lights dropped their first road game of the season Friday night and fell to 0-2-3 in their last five matches.
The 29-year-old defenseman was the only Vegas player to not make an apperance in the team’s first two playoff series.
An inmate at Northern Nevada Correctional Center died Friday, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections.
If significant numbers of women in an organization will make a difference or change it, exactly what are those differences and changes, and are they good or bad?
I, for one, am glad the new superintendent who was chosen is from out of state.
“In six months, you’ll see a major change.”
Could it be that private-sector owners and shareholders demand so much in profit that they leave nothing in the pot to pay their workers?
Did the killer show mercy or consideration for those they killed?
Las Vegas police arrested a 31-year-old woman after a child was found face down in a southwest valley bathtub earlier this week, police records show.
David Malinsky, a longtime sports handicapper whose body was found near Mount Charleston last month, died of exposure to the cold, the Clark County coroner’s office ruled.
Traffic conditions will be worse than usual this year during the Electric Daisy Carnival, when a heavily used section of the Spaghetti Bowl interchange closes in downtown Las Vegas, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Anthony Lynn left Texas Tech in 1992 for a life in the NFL, he was only six class hours shy of earning his degree.
The fun of the Vegas Golden Knights’ inaugural season is turning many Southern Nevadans into hockey fans.
Smith takes the roster spot of Jay Bruce, who was placed on the paternity list, and Baumann the spot of reliever Hansel Robles, who was placed on the disabled list.
The name — Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer — is a little misleading. Yes, the burgers are finely crafted, using a blend of beef from New Jersey-based Pat LaFrieda, who’s been called America’s most famous butcher. Sure, there are plenty of craft beers — more than a dozen on tap, another dozen in cans, plus standard American and Mexican brews. But The Venetian’s offshoot of the New York cult favorite has got some serious game when it comes to milkshakes.
They’re two miles and nearly $70 million apart. Salt Lake City investment firm TM Equities recently bought the Castile apartment complex in Henderson for $99.6 million, more than five years after buying arental complex up the road for $30 million, property records show.
A dilapidated 2-acre maintenance yard for the Clark County School District will be part of North Las Vegas’ downtown revitalization plan after trustees approved a notice of intent to sell the property to the city for $750,000.
David Prior, the Golden Knights’ goaltending coach, has helped Marc-Andre Fleury with the mental and physical aspects of his game and it has resulted with the best season of his career while carrying over to the playoffs.
Bon Apetit’s Uncork’d food festival on the Strip launched Thursday afternoon with the Saber-Off at The Park promenade at the newly re-minted Park MGM.
If this keeps up, Bark-Andre Furry will need a stylist, an agent and a publicist.
Documents obtained by the Review-Journal show Superintendent Pat Skorkowsky directed district HR staff to approve Jason Wright, husband of board president Deanna Wright, for a teacher preparation program in 2014.
There is nothing make-believe about how Vegas landed in the Western Conference Finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs, where it opens a best-of-seven series at Winnipeg on Saturday.
A state task force Friday moved closer to overhauling how Nevada tracks casino emergency response plans in the wake of the Oct. 1 mass shooting outside Mandalay Bay.
Sandoval said technology like artificial intelligence, driverless cars, drones, blockchain and the internet of things will impact the day-to-day lives of Nevadans and the way lawyers litigate.
Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt this week unveiled a website for sexual assault victims as part of his initiative to reduce the backlog of untested rape kits.
Golden Knights fever is sweeping through Nevada and into national spotlight as celebrities and lawmakers with ties to Las Vegas boldly display their loyalty to the long-odds team that keeps advancing in the Stanley Cup playoffs.