The Metropolitan Police Department held a graduation ceremony Monday for 31 new police recruits at The Orleans. Among the graduates was the 5,000th officer to receive a badge since the agency’s creation in 1973. Monday’s graduates started the academy on Feb. 23.
The event, expected to give residents a chance to hear from experts in the field, is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday at the Pearson Community Center.
A 21-year-old custodian stands accused of sexual misconduct with a student after an investigation began last week at a Las Vegas high school.
Scott Fix of Tehachapi, California, died when the vehicle he was driving was hit by a car driven by a Henderson man early Sunday in northwest Las Vegas.
Teodulo Martinez-Rios, 59, was not wearing a seat belt when he ran the light at West Charleston Boulevard early Saturday and hit a Nissan Altima.
Snowfall made a return to the Spring Mountains overnight as unusually cool temperatures were forecast to persist in the Las Vegas Valley through the week.
One person was critically injured early Monday after a driver lost control of a vehicle and struck a light pole in the central Las Vegas Valley.
With the bright lights dimmed and the thumping bass gone, some 155,000 Electric Daisy Carnival attendees pounded the pavement and mixed in with the usual Monday morning commute.
With Project Neon reaching the 96 percent completion point and the HOV lane system coming on board Monday, there is still a list of work to be done on the nearly $1 billion project.
Local dancers from the Sun City Dance Company performed during the Hollywood Lights show at the Starbright Theatre at the Sun City Summerlin Pinnacle Community Center in Las Vegas on Sunday.
The mother of four students at Sierra Vista High School received a used Cadillac at a senior awards ceremony, which replaced the old, often-broken car she had been using.