The Las Vegas Review-Journal takes a look at the top moments from 2016.
In addition to the hundreds of officers working to protect the entire Las Vegas Valley on Saturday night, a half-dozen cops on horseback will patrol the Strip.
“This is the biggest show in the country, so I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else but here,” said Henry Herman, a company pyrotechnician for almost 30 years. “New York is nice, but the fireworks are not even close to being what they are here.”
Las Vegas police need the public’s help in identifying two men who stole from a northwest valley Goodwill store and then shot at the business.
A bicyclist died early Thursday morning after she was hit by a truck in the south valley.
Las Vegas homicide detectives are investigating after a man’s body was found burned and dismembered in an east valley lot Wednesday morning.
Women will make up 40 percent of the Legislature in 2017, tying Nevada with Colorado and Vermont as the states with the highest percentage of women legislators. That will benefit all Nevadans, they say.
Officers responding to Monday’s attempted robbery and police shooting smelled alcohol on the breath of the off-duty detective who fired a gun at the would-be robber and an investigation of the incident is underway, police say.
Can you wait until the last minute to send Christmas presents and expect them to be delivered? In a word, yes.
A squad of Nevada Highway Patrol troopers – one dressed as Santa Claus – visited local children’s hospitals Wednesday to distribute gift bags and later also handed out blankets to the homeless.