Media outlets and elected officials are heralding the indications of a re-emerging economy. To some extent, things are getting better, even here in the Las Vegas Valley. But for those who think the Great Recession’s effects have subsided, a tsunami-size splash of cold reality hit this week.
Two pedestrians died after being hit by a car near the Las Vegas Strip Friday night. Las Vegas police supervisor Lt. Roger Price said two pedestrians were crossing the street outside of a marked crosswalk by the Rio hotel and casino, near the intersection of Flamingo Road and Arville Street, when they were struck by a vehicle just after 10 p.m.
Caesars Palace headliner Celine Dion has cancelled five shows due to a sinus infection that turned into severe swelling of her vocal cords, it was learned Friday.
A major injury to Paul George, a key member of the USA basketball team and the Indiana Pacers, resulted in Friday night’s Blue-White scrimmage being abruptly canceled at the Thomas & Mack Center early in the fourth quarter.
Rancho pitcher Joshua Mill felt good about his arm during his pregame warm-up Friday, and for good reason.
A man in his 60s died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound during an east valley standoff with Las Vegas police Friday night.
Signature gathering efforts for an initiative petition that seeks to mandate background checks on nearly all Nevada gun purchases are expected to get underway following a ruling Friday by a Carson City district judge.
Plans are underway to bring back the two American aid workers sick with Ebola from Africa.
TODAY AT DEL MAR by Richard Eng