Attorneys made their closing arguments Thursday in the trial of an ex-Air Force sergeant charged in the April 2013 shooting death of his wife — a death that North Las Vegas police initially ruled a suicide.
A perennial sheriff candidate hurled insults as the primary election for the county’s top cop job became official Thursday.
A Las Vegas pain doctor says he stopped treating Henderson Municipal Judge Diana Hampton two months before she died and “had nothing to do with her untimely demise.”
The candidates vying to represent Ward 5 on the Las Vegas City Council will appear in a pair of candidate forums before a special election this month.
North Las Vegas got a bump in its credit rating from Fitch Ratings, which could help the city save millions of dollars on bonds to pay for new projects, interim City Manager Ryann Juden announced Wednesday night.
The firm will design parking, access roads, landscaping, grading, lighting and amenities for the the southeast corner of the park at Craig Road and Commerce Street.
A Spaghetti Bowl freeway ramp will close for 30 days starting Monday as crews continue work on the $1 billion Project Neon widening project, the Nevada Department of Transportation said.
Overall opioid-related overdose deaths have decreased slightly in Nevada since 2010, but data presented Thursday show that heroin and synthetic opioids, including fentanyl, are responsible for a sharply higher share of the deaths.
To persuade e-commerce giant Amazon to open a new headquarters in the Las Vegas area, state and local governments offered 84 acres of land in downtown Las Vegas that included some well-known landmarks.
Although its bounce back has been a little slower than in some parts of the valley, the restaurant scene in Henderson is reviving, with a number of openings in the area near Galleria at Sunset mall on Sunset Road.