A day after a fire at the Alpine Motel Apartments left six dead, owner Adolfo Orozco ordered the building’s manager not to speak to investigators until they had “gotten their stories straight,” according to police reports obtained by the Review-Journal.
It’s not clear whether any of them were exposed to the coronavirus at schools.
A worker at Ikea’s Las Vegas store has been diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Clark County is offering 13 facilities across the Las Vegas Valley where young children will have access to distance learning.
New to the United States, rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus, or RHDV2, is extremely contagious and could devastate wild rabbit populations without intervention.
Robert Eliason’s legal battle began in 2017. The embattled lawman, who is not a certified police officer, has served in office since 2015 and is now in his second term.
Two Las Vegas visitors started their weekends with a bang, thanks to two jackpots, including one for nearly $2 million.
Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting that left one dead and one hospitalized after a road rage incident in the northeast valley.
About 100 people took part in a Wednesday afternoon rally organized by a political action committee dedicated to fighting the statewide mask mandate.
Workforce Connections’ Mobile One-Stop Career Center, which is offering free one-on-one job search help, will hold two sessions over the next week at the Whitney Community Center.