Two men suspected in a robbery that turned deadly in November have been arrested, Las Vegas police said Wednesday.
Clark County School District moved Wednesday to dismiss Michael P. Curley, the Valley High School janitor who the Review-Journal found had pleaded guilty in June to two counts of gross misdemeanor conspiracy to commit stalking.
Four vehicles were on fire at The Venetian parking garage Wednesday night, according to the Clark County Fire Department.
UNLV is only a couple of U.S. congressional votes away from expanding its acreage six times over. But Nevada’s largest university is still a whole state legislative session away from obtaining the seed money to develop the land.
Metro homicide detectives on Wednesday evening were investigating the deaths of two older people in the northwest valley.
A public lands bill agreement hammered out by U.S. Sen. Harry Reid and other senior lawmakers during the lame-duck session of Congress incorporated more than five dozen natural resources initiatives into a must-pass defense authorization bill headed to final votes in the coming days.
A trio of Las Vegas police buildings at the agency’s Martin Luther King Drive headquarters will be named after three prominent sheriffs from the past 50 years.
Construction crews finished a section of underground pipeline that will take treated waste water from North Las Vegas’ reclamation facility to the Las Vegas Wash.
With the threat of lawsuits looming, Las Vegas city leaders Wednesday decided Nuleaf CLV should get a chance to find a new location for the shop it proposed at 4500 West Charleston Blvd.
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