The hair, the outrageous sideburns, the manly swagger and of course, the white jump suit and giant custom-made belt buckle. It could only be one icon of 1970s Las Vegas. OK, maybe two. But in this case, it’s Evel Knievel.
Las Vegas police are investigating a Saturday morning shooting at the OK Corral bar and nightclub on the east side of the valley.
One man is dead after a suspected DUI crash Friday in the east valley, police said.
A man is expected to survive after being shot in the shoulder on Wednesday night.
A man suspected of a series of east Las Vegas Valley armed robberies in January is still at large, the Metropolitan Police Department said.
A man accused of killing an elderly woman in her home over the summer lived with one of the housekeepers who discovered the victim’s body.
The First Friday arts festival is set for 5-11 p.m. Feb. 3 at throughout the 18b Arts District, near Charleston Boulevard and Main Street. The event includes live entertainment, artists’ booths, food vendors, the artisan bazaar, music and a live painting exhibition. The streets surrounding the block that includes Art Square, 1025 S.First St., are set to close.
Framing Hope Warehouse products are used for repairing and maintaining facilities. Arnold Stalk, founder of Veterans Village, has used them to renovate an old motel into state-of-the-art housing for veterans in need.
For two and a half years, Wendy Ellebrecht’s morning routine involved careening down a hill at 65 mph, being turned upside down and whipping around a tight, stomach-churning spiral before coming to a quick and decisive stop three and a half minutes later.
Las Vegas police are “actively looking” for the 17-year-old boy they believed fired the shots that killed former Chaparral High School football star Richard Nelson late Saturday.