A man suffered “minor scrapes” after he was struck by a Regional Transportation Commission bus Thursday evening in the central valley, Las Vegas police said.
The rule would eliminate “categorical eligibility,” which allows some people enrolled in other federal assistance programs to automatically qualify for food stamps.
Although the drought continues to plague the west, Nevadans won’t need to conserve any more water than they already do, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation said in a new report issued Thursday.
BioLife Plasma Services on Saturday will open a new donor center in Henderson, its first in Nevada.
The man was identified as 40-year-old Leon Tuli Lo. Lo’s cause of death was still pending early Thursday.
A pedestrian walking five dogs was killed early Thursday in a hit-and-run in Dayton, about 20 miles north of Carson City.
Investigators are working to determine what caused a Thursday morning fire at an auto sales business in central Las Vegas.
The grasshopper swarm has ended in the Las Vegas Valley, but conditions for the infestation are likely to happen every few years.
Above-average temperature conditions in the Las Vegas Valley have a 60 percent chance of continuing through mid-September, according to the National Weather Service.
Nonprofit says it found “process gaps” in its documentation of donated organs in April and alerted the association that accredits the nation’s eye banks, leading to the action.