Among this week’s event highlights: Bob Miller plans a signing, and Monica Hatley-Carr plans a children’s program.
Events this week include a Barbershop Harmony Society convention and competition and a Ward 5 Coffee with the Councilman.
A man died after a shooting in the parking lot of an east valley grocery store Wednesday night, Las Vegas police say. Officers responded just before 9 p.m. to the Food 4 Less at Sahara Avenue and Nellis Boulevard. They found a man dead of a gunshot wound, Lt. Barb Schmidt said.
North Las Vegas leaders tabled a medical marijuana licensing ordinance Wednesday, delaying final action on a package of rules aimed at luring pot growers to APEX Industrial Park.
Fourth of July closures
Navy veteran Ron Deanne of Henderson in June retraced steps that Army Pvt. Ed Jennings took 70 years ago on Utah Beach, where Jennings fought during World War II.
Attorney general candidate Adam Laxalt, a former judge advocate general in the Navy, on Wednesday proposed setting up a new division in Nevada’s top law enforcement office to offer free legal services to active duty members of the military, reservists and veterans.
Henderson police are seeking two armed men who robbed a Subway late Monday night.
Additional charges have been filed against a 40-year-old man who was arrested last month on charges of sexual misconduct with children. Bryan Hargrave also will face new charges of using a minor to produce pornography and possession of pornography involving a minor.
What started as neighborhood kids decorating bicycles with red, white and blue and riding along local streets has since evolved into bigger wheels, vibrant colors, and an expected audience of 35,000 for this year’s Fourth of July.