The Las Vegas Review-Journal is still working to recognize each person in our community who has died from the coronavirus.
A woman walking her dogs in Summerlin on Sunday had to fend off a transient who attempted to kill her pets, police said.
A Summerlin man performed taps on Monday afternoon in front of his home to honor U.S. military veterans for Memorial Day.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Summerlin Patriotic Parade on July 4th will be a virtual event this year.
About half of the residents at 190-bed The Heights in Summerlin have been infected by the new coronavirus. The death toll is now the highest at any state-regulated institution.
The Heights of Summerlin reported its seventh death. Nearly 1,000 cases among staff and residents have been reported at more than 50 facilities.
Real estate broker Scott Gragson is expected to pay out $21 million to the family of a woman killed when he drove drunk and crashed in The Ridges community, according to court documents.
Faith Lutheran seniors will receive their diplomas as they drive across the start-finish line May 22 before making a victory lap at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway oval.
A Summerlin man with a history of engaging in police standoffs has been sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to an indecent exposure charge.
Officials are not releasing the names of the people who have died fighting COVID-19. Here’s how you can help tell their stories.