Henderson police arrested two men Thursday suspected of an armed robbery on Sept. 9 linked to two other robberies in Las Vegas, according to a news release.
Christina Gates, who died in a suspected DUI crash Wednesday, was remembered by her husband for her faith and kindness during an interview with the Review-Journal on Friday.
The Las Vegas City Council will consider prosecuting misdemeanor domestic violence cases under a new city code that would not ban those convicted of the crime from possessing firearms, in order to avoid having to hold jury trials for the offense.
CarParts.com is the latest company to choose Southern Nevada for a distribution center, joining firms such as Smith’s Food and Drug Stores and Amazon.com.
The state’s Commission on School Funding met for the first time on Friday, the first of many steps toward revamping Nevada’s 52-year-old education funding formula.
University Medical Center will host on Oct. 1 a memorial Stop the Bleed class, providing training from hospital staff on skills needed to stop life-threatening bleeding in an emergency.
The change would be “disastrous” for Southern Nevada, dramatically lengthening wait times for patients, said Dr. John Ham, medical director at UMC’s Center for Transplantation.
“What would Wayne do?” Wayne Newton asked as the crowd shouted and applauded at Linq Hotel. “I think that Wayne would renew his wedding vows.”
Nonprofit organizations will host charitable craft bazaars and events from October through December to benefit local charities.
Get ready for some inflatable family fun at the “World’s Largest Bounce House,” which is set to open this weekend in North Las Vegas.