People who use cellphones indoors pose problem for cellphone companies and tower builders.
Large digital screens will flash warnings of potential traffic snarls starting Tuesday, advising motorists to slow down along U.S. Highway 95 while approaching the Spaghetti Bowl in downtown Las Vegas.
Former Las Vegas City Councilman Ricki Barlow pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court to taking campaign money for his personal use. Columnist Jane Ann Morrison says his enablers may be under investigation too.
The City of Las Vegas’ adaptive recreation program is a grant-assisted program that hosts sports such as swimming and basketball for disabled persons, including veterans.
Author Chad Trisef made a weeklong series of visits to Southern Nevada schools in celebration of Nevada Reading Week.
“One Night For One Drop” featured songs by Jewel, appearances by her family, and a soaring dragon.
Veterans, residents and dignitaries gathered at the Southern Nevada Memorial Cemetery on Saturday for the dedication of a memorial honoring those who served in the Korean War, including 37 Nevadans who lost their lives.
Las Vegas police arrested Johan Eduardo Espinoza-Felix, who is accused of selling heroin to officers on multiple occasions, on Wednesday morning at The Palms, 4321 W. Flamingo Road.
Visitors put on their thinking caps during the First Friday festival in downtown Las Vegas on Friday night.
Two off-duty Nevada Highway Patrol troopers were hailed as heroes Saturday after they helped people escape from a fire at the Cornerstone Crossing Apartments at 6666 W. Washington Ave.