A vehicle hit a woman about 8:25 p.m. near Galleria Drive between Boulder Highway and Burns Avenue, Henderson Police Department spokesman Scott Williams said.
An injured woman said a man wouldn’t let her outside of a house Tuesday evening in the west valley, Las Vegas police said.
More than half of the stars embedded along Las Vegas Boulevard have been wiped out as part of Clark County’s project to install security bollards on the Strip.
For the scam, a woman would approach Spanish-speaking, Hispanic women over 50 and ask for help cashing a lottery ticket, police said. The scammer would say she was unable to cash the ticket due to her legal status in the country.
On Tuesday afternoon outside the Nevada Highway Patrol’s southern command office, two married troopers had a reunion with the family they rescued during a fire.
Sou Ngo had no choice on a recent Monday but to turn away loyal customers.
The drawn-out public records case could set a precedent for how the Silver State’s retirement system discloses information about public employees’ retirement benefits.
A lack of housing, basic infrastructure and population density coupled with a very visible homeless presence are the obstacles that entrepreneurs say are keeping downtown from realizing its full potential as a startup hub.
Steve Wynn demanded salon employees at Wynn Las Vegas record a video in which they stated they were never assaulted by him and the former chairman and CEO of the company continues to make appointments and receive manicures, pedicures and services there or at his on-property villa, according to a new lawsuit filed in Clark County District Court.
Meal kit company One Potato will begin offering its product in Nevada beginning Wednesday.