Las Vegas police are searching for a driver who struck a bicyclist Wednesday in the west valley and critically injured him.
LAS VEGAS — The “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign is going green in honor of St. Patrick’s Day.
The Las Vegas Planning Commission tabled a request Tuesday for a special use permit to allow Custom Motor Creations to display and sell custom-built trikes at its property in the master-planned Summerlin community.
Patricia Martinelli-Price never figured her unsettled 21-month dispute with the Las Vegas Township constable’s office over an impounded Mercedes would end up on YouTube.
If you think selling a house is tough in this market, try unloading an adult two-toed sloth.
The Service Employees International Union is firing an early shot and getting direction from members as it prepares to bargain on behalf of Clark County employees.
Las Vegas police know where vehicle crashes most often occur and on Monday began monitoring those areas closely.
Two men from Minnesota were arrested in Mesquite on Sunday after six pounds of methamphetamine was found in the car they were in, Mesquite police said Monday.
The city of Henderson and Chris Milam have reached a tentative settlement in the city’s lawsuit alleging the embattled Texas developer masterminded a bait-and-switch deal to flip 480 acres of federal property for single-family homes instead of building the sports complex he promised, the Review-Journal has learned.
The 15-year-old boy who died in a car accident Saturday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Las Vegas resident Simone Salen remembered her father, Israel “Sol” Goldhirsch, reading from his diary when she was a child. He had carefully recorded his arrest by the Gestapo and his family’s escape from Vienna to the Netherlands in 1938 and then to England in 1939. Salen’s mother was four months pregnant with Salen when the Nazis began taking over Austria. Her father talked about one day finishing the book, but he died at 39, and soon after, the diary was taken by an intruder along with many personal family treasures. In 2012, the diary resurfaced, and Salen was finally able to read her family’s story. She shares the tale in the book “My Father’s Lost Diary: A Personal Account of the Jewish Holocaust in Europe (1937–1942).” Salen is scheduled to sign copies of the book at 7 p.m. Saturday at the 2191 N. Rainbow Blvd. Barnes & Noble. For more on the book, visit simonesalen.com.
Signing set for ‘Nana’s Magical Closet’
Several local organizations are offering kids a safe place to be during spring break, March 25-29. The city of Las Vegas, Clark County, the YMCA of Southern Nevada, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Las Vegas and Henderson and J.R. Pony Parties have options.
A deli, no matter what kind it is, is at the heart of everything we love about food. And when the deli serves pizza, the love is even greater.