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.
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The city of Las Vegas is holding its annual “Read with my Barber” event next week in the east valley, where children will receive free haircuts if they read to their barber.
Katherine Cassell was selected for the 2020 VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship Program. The semester-long program allows fellows to work in four areas of veterans’ policy.
Las Vegas police said roads would be closed in the far east valley Tuesday while officers served a warrant in a residential area.
A multivehicle crash in the northeast Las Vegas Valley had traffic snarled in the area early Tuesday.
Police say Michael Donald Stephens, 57, was walking on the 400 block of Lamb Boulevard on Wednesday when he was struck by a vehicle and dragged for about a third of a mile.
Six women competed for scholarship money Saturday at the first Miss Africa Nevada competition. Miss Ghana, UNLV and Liberty High School graduate Adwoa Fosu, won first place.
Firefighters found one person dead after responding to a fire in the eastern Las Vegas Valley.
A hit-and-run driver remained unidentified Thursday, nearly a month after a 32-year-old woman was struck and killed by the driver’s car just east of the Strip.
Clark County Museum Guild raised $250,000 to restore the building, which was donated in 2002 to the county. Its known as the Grand Canyon Airlines Ticketing Office/Bradley House.
The Clark County coroner’s office confirmed information in a police report identifying the victim as Joshua Pyzer and said the 43-year-old died of blunt force head trauma.