A 7-year-old boy suffered a “significant injury” to his leg after a pitbull bit him Friday night, causing a neighbor to fatally shoot the dog to protect the child, according to Las Vegas police.
The two Las Vegas boys that died in a trailer fire on East Carey Avenue near Lamb Boulevard on Jan. 26 have been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
A generous gesture by Doris Postelle couldn’t have come at a better time for Nellis Air Force Base Maj. Paul Hamel.
If you’re not a football fan, then it can be easy to feel sidelined at Super Bowl events and parties. But it’s the perfect time to visit the cinema, have an outdoor adventure or explore the city’s cultural offerings.
After 56 days of no precipitation in the Las Vegas Valley, snow has hit the Spring Mountains and showers have hit the valley — but not enough to end the record-breaking winter dry spell.
Southern Nevada’s oldest retired cops will soon find themselves patrolling a new beat: the insurance market. Come April 1, the Metropolitan Police Department no longer will offer secondary Medicare coverage to retirees over age 65.
The castle where defense lawyers Oscar Goodman and Harry Claiborne were kings, which saw a string of mobsters pass through and was the site of the infamous Ted Binion murder trial, is half torn down.
Super Bowl weekend is expected to ring up some super numbers in terms of tourism. The game betweeen the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos is expected to draw 292,000 visitors, up 2.5 percent from last year.
Many roads in the valley are named because they sound as if they came from a Zane Grey novel, and at first glance, one might assume Hidden Well Road is in that category. Peg Crockett knows that is not the case.
Important paintings by Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir are among 400 items that will be sold this spring. The sale of Huguette Clark’s collection also has a local connection — her father was a senator who founded Las Vegas.