Joseph Yablonsky, the controversial and notoriously outspoken former head of the FBI’s Las Vegas field office, died Tuesday morning in Florida. He was 90.
The Hummer was turning onto Main Street from Ogden Avenue on Wednesday when it struck a woman in a crosswalk, Las Vegas police said.
The North Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved an ordinance banning smoking of any kind in some areas of public parks.
The North Las Vegas City Council unanimously approved a budget that will bring dozens of jobs to the city in the next fiscal year.
In July, Austin and Harlie Peterson will take part in the United States Twirling Association’s national competition in Ohio. In August, they’ll compete in Limoges, France.
The renovation replaced playground equipment at Aliante Nature Discovery Park that was over 15 years old, said North Las Vegas City Councilman Richard Cherchio.
Las Vegas’s Matthew Gross, 15, is one of the nation’s top hockey players in his age group and faces an unusual dilemma compared with many of his peers in other sports.
Judge Natalie Tyrrell tried the mock trial case in front of Squires Elementary School students; Boyd Law School’s Jen Smith and Julio Garcia were prosecutor and defense counsel.
Jack Stark, 10, didn’t place at GeoBee in the nation’s capital but will be back on a national stage at the National History Bee finals near Chicago, beginning June 7.
The DJs performed in the D concourse of Terminal 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Several wide-eyed travelers stopped to listen; some even danced.