When a woman arrived at Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center early Monday with chemical exposure symptoms, police thought they might have a meth-manufacturing situation.
Two people were treated for smoke inhalation and seven were displaced when two houses caught fire in east Las Vegas late Sunday.
Upon arrival, crews noticed the conditions of the fire on the second floor of the home and immediately called for a second alarm.
The Duke of Fremont Street was born in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and said he traveled extensively before falling in love with Las Vegas.
Patrick Rischard recalls having a maintenance crew open Mandalay Bay Beach early so a guest could practice fly-fishing. Another time, the his team helped a teenage cellist.
Police received reports about a man who made threats directed at a Siegel Suites at 455 E. Twain Ave. shortly before 9 a.m. Friday.
Las Vegas’s Matthew Gross, 15, is one of the nation’s top hockey players in his age group and faces an unusual dilemma compared with many of his peers in other sports.
The DJs performed in the D concourse of Terminal 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Several wide-eyed travelers stopped to listen; some even danced.
A collision Tuesday morning triggered a chain-reaction that saw one of the cars strike four other vehicles, a fire hydrant and a utility pole before coming to a stop.
A person was taken into custody after Las Vegas police investigated a domestic disturbance call Sunday afternoon in the east valley.
Mateo Marcos Diaz-Ibarra was arrested in Eric Nelson’s shooting death, but the victim’s mother still must grapple with the question of why her son was killed.
UNLV’s American Marketing Association won first place — and $3,000 — in the collegiate case competition in New Orleans during the AMA International Collegiate Conference. The UNLV AMA also won first place — and $550 — in the SABRE Business Simulation challenge, also in New Orleans on April 11-14. The SABRE team has five undergraduate students.
Las Vegas police said Monday that Robert Robins, who had last been seen April 30 on the 2600 block of Alycialynn Way, was “home with his family.”
The accident occurred Sunday evening in east Las Vegas near the Sunrise Mountain Natural Area. The driver of the vehicle was not injured.
Jennifer Reed, sociology Ph.D. student at UNLV, officiated a marriage ceremony at the school’s Pida Plaza between about 15 people and the Earth. Reed began the vows and group members repeated, “Earth, we vow to become your lover. … Every day we promise to breathe in your fragrance and be opened by you … Every day we promise to enjoy your colors, and be surprised. Let us not be severed from your love …” The vows continued for several minutes until Reed pronounced the group “married to the Earth.”