Government scientists on Friday released a dozen members of a threatened tortoise species into a conservation area about 25 miles southeast of Las Vegas in a bid to “jump start” the existing population.
Signs of excess are everywhere on the Strip, but the Clark County School District struggles to fill even basic needs. Why are our schools starving?
The elimination of a program for at-risk high school students and a first round of job reductions are occurring even as schools wait for final figures on how much they must carve out.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman said Friday she was “shocked” at another round of allegations of sex in a city firehouse because the issue was “very clearly addressed” earlier this year.
Roughly 50 off-duty pilots with Spirit Airlines picketed outside McCarran International Airport on Friday to demand an updated labor contract after more than two years of negotiations with the company.
Lloyd Ullyott, 68, was shot once in the head during a confrontation with another driver who apparently became upset because he was driving slowly and braking often in the Ft. Apache Square community, police say.
Las Vegas police have arrested a second person in connection with the shooting death of a 70-year-old actor in a “Star Trek” attraction.
Here are your Friday morning headlines.
A Mustang driving southbound on northbound I-15 near Lamb Boulevard crashed head-on into a pickup truck early Friday, triggering a chain-reaction wreck involving three other vehicles. Non-life-threatening injuries were reported
Two people were arrested earlier this month after using Snapchat to recruit a woman into prostitution, according to court documents.