A 42-year-old man became Henderson’s seventh traffic death of 2019 after crashing his motorcycle early Monday, police said.
Eighteen Holocaust survivors received honorary doctorates of humane letters during Touro University Nevada’s Spring Commencement 2019 ceremony on Monday.
Transportation leaders nationwide agree technology, not expanding roadways, is key to transportation infrastructure future.
Miracle Flights, which provides free air travel to needy patients seeking treatment for rare medical conditions, touts itself as Las Vegas’ only homegrown national charity.
A debate in the Nevada Legislature over a proposed Office of New Americans turned into an argument over immigration policies on Monday.
While overall pollen levels have been about normal, the wet winter created a bumper crop of ragweed that is still spreading misery after blooming later than usual.
Two people were taken into custody after a barricade situation Monday in an east Las Vegas Valley neighborhood, police said.
“The City of Las Vegas, The Early Years” will debut for free at the Charleston Heights Art Center on Wednesday.
Police say that Kiersten Linette Boedicker’s mother, Linette Warrichaiet, held her underwater until she stopped breathing, then called 911 on Saturday afternoon.
Eight adults and 18 children were forced to stay elsewhere after the fire Monday morning at the apartment complex on Pennwood Avenue near Arville Street, according to the Clark County Fire Department.