The Nevada Highway Patrol is searching for a dark red or maroon mid-2000s model SUV that was involved in a hit-and-run crash Thursday night in the east Las Vegas Valley.
Capt. Nichole Splinter said an officer saw a white sedan driving erratically on the freeway just before 2 p.m. and called in the license plate, which was stolen.
Livestreaming, Seder-to-go meals will be part of Southern Nevadans’ Passover observances this year.
Retailers have moved quickly to add safety and cleaning measures to stores. But workers are still concerned about their safety as the virus spreads. Here’s what we found.
The coronavirus self-quarantine has led many people to seek the company of a pet, according to the Animal Foundation.
Officers responded to Fairlight Drive near Sloan Lane Wednesday morning after receiving reports that a pedestrian had died after being hit by a car.
Southbound lanes of Nellis Boulevard near Geist Avenue are closed, police said.
The death of a man who was run over Friday by a pickup truck after a fistfight spilled into a central Las Vegas roadway has been ruled an accident by the Clark County coroner’s office.
UnCommons and Burke Construction Group are delivering free meals to health care workers over the next two weeks.
James Darby showed up at the Smith’s Food & Drug store on North Rancho Drive very early Wednesday to make sure he could pick up needed groceries and supplies.
Coronavirus closures are resulting in mass Las Vegas blood shortages. Local blood drive centers are taking precautions and ask that people continue to donate.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada are shutting down for at least three weeks starting Monday, following the closure of K-12 schools in Clark County.
Clark County is closing all park and recreation facilities on Monday because of continuing concerns about the spread of coronavirus.
Dollar General is restricting its first hour of business to seniors, while other Las Vegas Valley grocers are cutting back on hours to deal with restocking shelves.
Are water officials prepared for widespread public illness? Can COVID-19 spread through the water system? Is stocking up on bottled water necessary? We have answers.