The shooting occurred early Saturday morning when a father and son went to confront a man suspected of stealing their family’s truck, North Las Vegas police said.
The city is going on a hiring spree to staff the jail it plans to reopen next year. Entry-level corrections officers will start out making more than $53,000.
With the deadline to apply for federal student aid looming on Dec. 1, many college-bound students will begin looking for scholarships and other financial assistance.
The turkeys, donated by MGM Grand, will be distributed to dozens of Three Square’s agency partners. There, organizers will choose how the turkey is distributed.
The Clark County coroner’s office says a speeding driver who died in a crash Friday morning was an 18-year-old North Las Vegas resident.
Project Homeless Connect, which links those who are homeless or living on low incomes with resources that can help them, will be held on Tuesday in Las Vegas.
A speeding driver who apparently ran a red light and crashed into a semitrailer was killed Friday morning in North Las Vegas, according to police.
The North Las Vegas City Council voted Wednesday to move forward with studying the feasibility of building out the second floor of its municipal courthouse downtown.
An 18-year-old woman was shot in the head and is in very critical condition, North Las Vegas police said.
Roosevelt Toston knew he didn’t want to pick cotton for the rest of his life in Louisiana. So he decided to move to Las Vegas and made history on broadcast television.