A man’s body was rotting inside a woman’s Henderson trailer, and police learned of the corpse only after receiving a tip on an unrelated call, police documents show.
While many community members who supported current Chief Academic Officer Mike Barton’s backers are now pledging to support Jesus Jara, some remain bitter over what they see as a rejection of their values by the trustees.
The Bureau of Land Management is gathering public input on plans to more than triple the size of the Navy training range near Fallon by cutting off public access to almost 770,000 acres of federal land.
Nearly one-quarter of the Southern Nevadans who died of the flu during the current season were vaccinated, the Southern Nevada Health District said Friday.
A judge overseeing the trial involving an injury during a David Copperfield performance has ruled that jurors should be taken to MGM Grand to view the property where a British tourist fell more than four years ago.
A 1-year-old boy died last month after he was found unresponsive at his caregivers’ northeast valley home, the Las Vegas Review-Journal has learned.
Classic car fans enjoy cool rides, warm conversation and frozen treats at weekly cruise-ins.
Admiration and support for Chief Academic Officer Mike Barton were almost universal, but in a twist that could have come from a Shakespearean tragedy, Barton’s supporters may have caused his downfall.
The 19 water wells and reservoirs serving North Las Vegas will be fixed over the next three years under a $3.3 million contract approved Wednesday by the City Council.
The North Las Vegas City Council unanimously agreed Wednesday night to ask officials with the federal Bureau of Land Management to auction a 22-acre chunk of land that could be purchased by a developer.