The city of Las Vegas is testing new technology that will pick up data newer-model cars put out when the traction control system is triggered or the airbag deploys. The city is exploring how such technology may help improve services, such as emergency response times.
Enjoy some of the most riveting photos from Review-Journal photojournalists this past week.
It seems like forever since orange cones have popped up along a mile-long stretch of Washington Avenue, making for some pretty nasty traffic jams. The torn-up conditions aren’t expected to end anytime soon.
Some viewers hoping to tune in Sunday night to the Academy Awards broadcast in the Las Vegas Valley were met with “technical difficulties” from ABC affiliate KTNV Channel 13. It tweeted at 10:42 p.m. that the signal had been restored.
Lee Canyon Road was closed in both directions between U.S. Highway 95 and Deer Creek Road for several hours Sunday after a man was ejected in a single vehicle rollover crash, the Nevada Highway Patrol said.
Long delays are expected in the southbound lanes of Interstate 15, according to a tweet from the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada.
About 50 students from Hyde Park Middle School Academy of Science and Mathematics got what is likely a once-in-a-lifetime experience at the Pennzoil 400 NASCAR race Sunday.
The chief executive officer of Papillon Airways, a helicopter tour company whose aircraft was involved in a deadly crash last month, said allegations in a wrongful death lawsuit filed Friday are premature and misguided.
Dr. Marwan Sabbagh will oversee existing Lou Ruvo clinics in Las Vegas, Cleveland and Weston, Florida, plus locations in development in Abu Dhabi and London.