For Earth Day, volunteers gathered Saturday for a community cleanup of Las Vegas’ Whitney area.
Like the first “Star Wars” film, last year’s May Science be With You event at the Desert Research Institute and National Atomic Testing Museum has a sequel.
Las Vegas police records show Richi Briones, who was arrested in connection with a series of stabbings in the east valley Wednesday, has a history of erratic behavior.
Williams Costume Co. closed April 4, less than three months after owner and founder Nancy Baker’s death left the shop with an uncertain future.
Kevin Breen is a fan of the loving community found in church, but he isn’t as thrilled with the concept of God. A few years ago he met several overlapping groups of like-minded people, and the result is a place where atheists, agnostics, humanists and skeptics can gather and share ideas.
Nobody was home when a house caught fire in the east Las Vegas Valley Monday morning.
Two places are named for Sumner Grant Stewart in the valley — but not the one you might expect.
The Monson Trail along the northwest edge of the nature preserve at 7050 E. Wetlands Park Lane will be closed between Monday and Thursday to fix damages to the trail and Monson Channel.
Las Vegas High School staff members are ramping up efforts to help homeless students. The school, 6500 E. Sahara Ave., has 65 Title I HOPE (Homeless Outreach Program for Education) students, but there are many more students who don’t qualify but still need a hand up.
They could have been rivals, but Nick Fotheringham and Jonathan Borchetta realized they’d make better business partners. The result is The Nerd, a new nightclub in Neonopolis, 450 Fremont St. “I wanted to do a comic-con-themed venue,” Borchetta said. “It’s a self-indulgence really. I wanted to fill it with cool stuff I liked.”