Hospital emergency rooms throughout the valley are closing their doors to ambulances because the mentally ill are now occupying available beds at a rate higher than in 2004, when the problem prompted then Gov. Kenny Guinn to declare a state of emergency.
House leaders agreed to postpone committee votes Thursday on a bill to create a national monument in Southern Nevada after a furor erupted over profits from land sales in the measure, lawmakers said.
Two people, ages 92 and 95, were taken to University Medical Center after an accident near Spring Mountain Ranch State Park Wednesday afternoon.
A large low-pressure system off California’s coast is expected to make landfall in Southern Nevada on Friday, bringing at least a quarter-inch of rain in the Spring Mountains, which might not bode too well for the Carpenter 1 fire area, a meteorologist said Wednesday.
Miguel Reyes has been dancing since he was 12 years old, and has been all about the show for even longer. Proposing to the woman of his dreams was no exception.
The Las Vegas Fire Department rescued a worker who was injured Wednesday while working in a construction area on Vegas Drive near Michael Way.
A prominent former rodeo organizer is blowing the whistle on a proposed steer roping — or “steer tripping” — event that is potentially scheduled at Orleans Arena when the National Finals Rodeo comes to Las Vegas in December, describing steer tripping as “awful.”
Las Vegas Township Constable John Bonaventura’s office tried to pressure the Clark County Election Department to list the constable’s office on the upcoming ballot just four months after county commissioners abolished the office, court records show.
More than 100 undeniably bright people tossed around ideas Tuesday when asked “What do we want Las Vegas to be?” One suggestion: Emulate Orlando.