Nineteen-year-old Rylie Golgart, who underwent surgery after a bullet fragment lodged in her spinal cord, returned to Las Vegas on Friday after spending nearly two months at a Denver spinal cord rehabilitation facility.
Attorneys presented closing arguments and jurors began deliberations Friday in a case that defense attorneys say “dropped a bomb” on prosecutors on the first day.
The possibility of a mistrial in the Bunkerville standoff case was amplified this month after defense attorneys received a scathing memo outlining sweeping allegations of misconduct by federal investigators and prosecutors.
Attorney and College of Southern Nevada professor Mark Peplowski has been arrested on lewdness charges.
Lawsuits, buyouts, silence leave future of embattled health-care provider for Clark County School District teachers and other staff in doubt.
The Las Vegas Victims’ Fund now has more than $22 million in contributions and commitments, the committee chairman said Friday.
Mechanics working for Allegiant Air filed a petition to unionize, following the lead of flight attendants and pilots who reached labor pacts over the past year with managers of the Las Vegas-based discount carrier.
For several years about a decade ago, Neighborhood Recreation Center employees visited apartment complexes in low-income areas to host games, activities and crafts with children who did not have transportation to the center. They stopped when the free program known as Rec N Roll lost funding, recreation supervisor Angela Johnson said.
In addition to keeping offices open, the Postal Service is ramping up its home delivery operation for the holidays.
On Nov. 15, Babico opened The Lave Gallery, Las Vegas’s first drop-off cleaning service exclusively for shoes at South Valley View Boulevard and Spring Mountain Road.