Growing up in Las Vegas in an Asian-American family, Metropolitan Police Officer Alan Dong witnessed his parents’ hesitation when dealing with law enforcement.
Henderson World War II veteran William Kendall insists he’s “an average guy,” even after receiving the highest honor the French government bestows upon military personnel for their work in France during wartime.
Nicole Beck joined Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officials and Las Vegas city officials in breaking ground for a new Las Vegas park named after her husband, officer Alyn Beck, one of two officers killed on June 8, 2014.
Motorists traveling in Henderson are struggling with the newly opened Interstate 515 to the 215 Beltway ramp configuration.
The jubilant sound of children’s laughter could be heard from the library to the front office at Reed Elementary School on a recent Thursday as students eagerly anticipated making Build-A-Bear Workshop stuffed animals.
The Animal Foundation is waiving adoption fees for dogs and cats six months and older as part of their “Home for the Holidays” adoption promotion.
The former home of philanthropists Charles and Phyllis Frias in rural Lincoln County will be transformed into a camping haven for Girl Scouts in Southern Nevada and beyond, officials announced Tuesday.
Circumstances surrounding 33-year-old Daryl Warren Young’s death remained unclear Tuesday as police looked for people who may have known him. Young’s body was found in a wash near Maryland Parkway.
The nearly $21 million in grants the EPA announced Monday includes funding for installation of advanced meters for 338,000 Las Vegas residents as well as construction of a new filtration system near Laughlin.
A 61-year-old man who was fatally struck by a vehicle Sunday night in central Las Vegas has been identified.