There were stories about shootings and other violent crimes. Fires, flash floods and heartrending stories of human loss. But there were stories of human triumph, too.
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Las Vegas police might stop responding to minor accidents because of decreased manpower and rising calls for service.
Ah, the calm before the storm of revelers, fireworks and New Year’s Eve madness.
Clark County officials issued an air quality advisory for Tuesday night and Wednesday as a precaution to party-goers in the Las Vegas Valley.
The news in Paradise/downtown in 2013 was dominated by Tony Hsieh and his projects. While the entrepreneur had a hand in downtown redevelopment previously, much of his work came to fruition over the past year. This isn’t to say the rest of the town sat back and watched.
A trailer carrying a crane tipped while it was being towed along North Rainbow near Lake Mead Boulevard to a storage yard on Monday.
About 180 fireworks per second will explode in an eight-minute show over the Strip to herald the start of 2014.
The holidays are here, and with them come predictable traditions.
A father and daughter are trying to reunite a family with their lost camera, and social media could lead to it being returned to them.