The Southern Nevada Health District is reporting four new cases of West Nile virus, bringing the total in Clark County for 2019 to 16.
The branch is set to extend its hours at the end of October — allowing the library to stay open six days a week instead of three.
Law enforcement agencies say they have strengthened partnerships to ensure the roughly 321,000 students returning to public schools next week are secure in their classrooms.
A crash Tuesday afternoon near Clayton Street and Craig Road in North Las Vegas sent eight people to the hospital with minor injuries, police said.
A warehouse developer has started building a $70 million industrial project in North Las Vegas.
Clark County School District Superintendent Jesus Jara has selected Maria Marinch as the district’s new chief communications and government relations officer.
Barbers and beauticians worked from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 31 giving haircuts catered to each student’s taste.
The Clark County School Board will vote Thursday on a $100,000 settlement with the mother of Dalvin Brown, who was shot and killed at Canyon Springs High School last year.
A bullet fired through the back window of a pickup struck a 28-year-old man in the head as his father drove away from the tow yard last week, according to an arrest report.
A 21-year-old man died Saturday after a two-car crash that left him stuck in his pickup truck while it burst into flames in North Las Vegas.
Food items include lean proteins, whole grains and fresh produce along with easy-to-eat items such as healthy soups and whole grain cereal.
The story of Broadacres Marketplace is the story of a community, a culture, blossoming to life like a flower finding a way to grow in between the cracks of a sidewalk.
It started with four acres in 1977, as a place for the Bowman family to sell their produce. When they sold it in 2007, Broadacres had grown to 20 acres.
Arrest report reveals new details about a former North Las Vegas police recruit accused of DUI who allegedly fell asleep in a pickup after backing into a parked car.
For the study, researchers found 173 pavement-related burn cases between 2013 to 2017.