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.
Audrey James — a retired teacher who lives in North Las Vegas — is believed to be UNLV’s oldest living alumna. And she may also be the university’s first African American graduate.
A company that outfits schools, hotels and businesses with items such as cleaning supplies and office furniture will have its new name on the building.
A 70-year-old woman said a man in scrubs kissed her, then suffocated her until she passed out while she was visiting her husband at Henderson Hospital on Saturday night.
Crews were called around 12:40 p.m. to the home on the 6300 block of West Tropical Parkway.
Ashlee Marie Abney, 26, was arrested Tuesday afternoon on charges of battery with a deadly weapon and battery on a protected person.
Snow was falling in the Spring Mountains Wednesday morning, a part of the storm that brought rain to the Las Vegas Valley and Southern Nevada.
The first Yourway Breakfast + Lunch, third The Crepe Station, fourth Napoli Pizza and about the 40th Capriotti’s in Southern Nevada have opened in the west valley.
Several crashes caused traffic tie-ups around the Las Vegas Valley on Wednesday.
A retired Las Vegas firefighter claims a racially motivated encounter with Las Vegas police left him with nerve damage in his wrists and hands.