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Passenger dies after family accident on Beltway

One person died after a two-vehicle crash on the 215 Beltway near South Decatur Boulevard Saturday night, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.

Driving tip for floods: Turn around, don’t drown

Flood Control District tip for Nevada motorists: If you face life-threatening floods, use whatever means you can to get out of there.

Flood-struck Moapa residents get their road back

The reopening of Interstate 15 — where traffic flowed smoothly Saturday — put the town of Moapa on the path to recovery after floodwaters washed out much of the highway that connects the rural community to the rest of the world.

Man killed in Las Vegas shooting identified

A man who was shot dead in the central valley on Thursday evening was identified by the Clark County coroner’s office on Saturday as DeAngelo Williams, 28, of Las Vegas.

Bicyclist hit, killed by car in NLV

North Las Vegas police responded to a fatal auto-bicyclist accident Saturday morning.

UNLV students win Victoria’s Secret contest

University of Nevada, Las Vegas students organized a social media voting drive and won the Victoria’s Secret Pink Nation “Craziest Campus Showdown” earlier this week.

Clark County zoom schools lag in state rankings

Among the most highly scrutinized Clark County School District star ratings were for a handful of “zoom” schools, which have completed their first year of a $39.4 million experiment to revitalize struggling campuses. But not one of the 14 zoom schools improved their standings, according to the Nevada Department of Education.

Dignity Health on track to expand its presence in valley

Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Hospital is growing. It broke ground this year on an expansion to its Siena campus, 3001 St. Rose Parkway. The 328,078-square-foot campus opened in 2000 and currently has 230 beds. The expansion will add 107 new private beds.

Omelet House owner honored with key to Las Vegas

Kevin Mills has been serving bigwigs in his Las Vegas restaurant since the 1970s. But on Friday, it was his turn to take the spotlight.