A man was killed and a boy was injured during a Sunday night auto-pedestrian crash near Cheyenne Avenue and Civic Center Drive, North Las Vegas police said. The red car that hit them fled the scene, police spokesman officer Steven Wiese said.
When Clark County was sued in a federal wage discrimination lawsuit in April, the case came from U.S. Department of Justice attorneys, not a private law firm looking to score a quick payday with a weak case.
U.S. Rep. Mark Amodei of Nevada and U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell have a pretty lively feud going over the sage grouse.
Former Nevada U.S. Attorney Lawrence Semenza II has lost a bid to spend three weeks in Switzerland with his family before his January 14 sentencing on misdemeanor tax charges.
A man who was acting eratically and holding two butcher knives was shot multiple times by a Las Vegas police officer Sunday afternoon, the police department said.
A spring release of water has reversed a 13-year trend of decline in plant and wildlife in the Colorado River Delta, according to findings released by scientists this month.
They see each kid for just a minute or two a day, but standing on the same corners, month after month and year after year, crossing guards become a part of children’s lives. When Henderson schools reopen in the new year, some guards won’t be on these corners.
Three adults and nine children were displaced by an apartment fire overnight Saturday, according to the Las Vegas Fire Department. Investigators talked to a homeless man who they said was remorseful that he started the blaze.
Las Vegas Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian says she might have been “snookered” on the city’s controversial soccer stadium subsidy deal approved last week.
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