The family of Michael Sigler, a student who was killed in a recent crash, held a celebration of life ceremony Sunday at Celebration Church in Las Vegas.
Members from the Las Vegas chapter of the Special Forces Association honored those who have died while serving in the military at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City on Sunday.
It can be difficult to think clearly or ask for help while suffering a stroke, but bystanders who recognize the symptoms can call for medical attention right away.
Sunday’s high will reach about 74 degrees, the National Weather Service said, with a 20 to 30 percent for thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Take a look at some prolific pictures from Las Vegas Review-Journal photographers in the past week, including the College of Southern Nevada’s commencement ceremony at the Thomas & Mack Center, the Showgirl Bootcamp at Saxe Theater inside Planet Hollywood, the 29th annual Snow Mountain Pow Wow in the northwest valley and the Electric Daisy Carnival […]
A semi-truck crashed into a residential brick wall Saturday evening in the south Las Vegas Valley, spilling diesel fuel into the road, Las Vegas police said.
The brother of Michael Sigler, who was taken off life support three days before his high school graduation, accepted the 18-year-old’s diploma on his behalf Saturday.
Volunteers gathered early Saturday morning for the annual “Flag-In” event at the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City.
If you’re planning on going to Mt. Charleston for the Memorial Day weekend, be prepared for snow, the National Weather Service said.
A Las Vegas officer riding a horse on Friday night was in front of Caesars Palace when a car ran into the horse’s rear, police said.