Deborah Sena and Terrie Sena, two of the three defendants who face multiple charges including child abuse and neglect, sexual assault of a minor and incest, appeared before Judge Nancy C. Oesterle on Monday.
About 200 residents and dignitaries celebrated with a ceremony and ribbon cutting that reopened F Street after it was closed during the widening of Interstate 15.
West Las Vegans and supporters march from F Street to City Hall to voice their indignation about the closure.
The CLEAR Biometric identity system is introduced at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. This identity system uses fingerprint and iris scans to identify a traveler.
Steve Lowery, recipient of the Naval Cross and two Purple Hearts, was denied benefits by the Veterans Administration who said his shrapnel and gunshot woulds were not service related.
President Barack Obama returned to Las Vegas Friday, two years after promising comprehensive immigration reform here and said he “will never give up”. Outside Del Sol High School protestors on both sides of the issue expressed their opinions
Two men sitting on the trunk of a car driven by a 19-year-old female were seriously injured when they were thrown from the vehicle near Sahara Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard Friday, Oct. 31, 2014. The driver was cited for DUI.
Uber, the constroversial ride-sharing company, can continue to operate in Southern Nevada, based on a ruling by District Judge Douglas Herndon Wednesday.
Former President Bill Clinton spoke to around 400 people at the Springs Preserve in Las Vegas on Tuesday. Clinton said that midterm elections are vital and have a significant impact on voters’ lives.
The Air Force takes over a long-standing casino property in Indian Springs to make way for a security buffer at Creech Air Force Base.