One person is dead following a single-vehicle crash late Sunday in the northeast Las Vegas Valley, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
A player ended the month of June on a winning note in downtown Las Vegas on Sunday evening.
A motorcyclist suffered critical injuries after a crash Sunday afternoon in the east valley. He was hospitalized at University Medical Center after he was riding near a gravel pit.
A fire dancer burned during a performance in Pahrump is on the road to recovery, though the road forward could be a bit challenging.
The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade will celebrate its 25th anniversary this Fourth of July with special floats, performances, giant balloons and other festivities.
The unit was disconnected and maintenance personnel were advised. There were no injuries or damages reported.
The valley saw a few sprinkles of rain Sunday morning but the rest of the day and all of next week should stay dry.
Freddie “FOW” Williams, of Henderson, won the first-ever GameWorks Showdown “Super Smash Bros. Ultimate” esports tournament. The gamer took home more than $8,000 in cash and prizes.
The city of North Las Vegas and the Veterans Club of Sun City Aliante honored World War II fighter pilot Jim Parker, 97, on Saturday, declaring June 29 “Jim Parker Day.”
Nine people were hospitalized after a crash in Las Vegas on Saturday afternoon involving three cars and a bus, officials said.