North Las Vegas police are investigating a possible drive-by shooting that left one person dead Saturday night, and injured another.
Nearly 20,000 voters cast ballots during the first 10 days of early voting in Las Vegas, Henderson, North Las Vegas and Boulder City municipal elections, a tiny percentage of eligible voters.
North Las Vegas Councilwoman Anita Wood faces an uphill battle as she seeks a third consecutive term, with challenges coming from a former Clark County commissioner, a retired police lieutenant, a youth pastor and a political newcomer backed by the mayor.
A looming, black-clad figure wearing a cream-colored outfit with gold embellishments — known as a vestment — movedaround the room, swinging a gold “censor” that released a foggy incense.
Seattle-based Amazon representatives on Monday gave local officials and media a tour of a new warehouse in North Las Vegas that will employ 1,000 people when it opens by the middle of this year.
North Las Vegas officials aim to bring a greater sense of identity to the region with a redevelopment project called Lake Mead Village West.
Members of Cheyenne High School’s new hip-hop dance team were confident when they attended their first local competition last year.
Clark County commissioners will take no action to unseat North Las Vegas Constable Robert Eliason until an ongoing legal proceeding is completed, Commission Chairman Steve Sisolak said this week.
The Amerigroup Mobile Health Clinic will offer free blood pressure, dental and vision screenings for members of the public.
North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee said he wants to finish a lot of the work he started and head into retirement to complete a mission for the Mormon church.
Councilman Isaac Barron is seeking a second term, with a challenge from Hector Rivera, a political organizer who worked last year on Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign.
Joey Lauria has built a career by overcoming challenges — including some of his own doing.
Parson Elementary School is the only school in Nevada using Education Corporations (or EdCorps) to create student-run, classroom-based businesses. EdCorps is part of Real World Scholars, a nonprofit organization that helps students start businesses.
The ViaWest Lone Mountain Data Center at 3330 E. Lone Mountain Road, near Interstate 15 in North Las Vegas, just added 32,000 square feet to its facility.
Koreke Levi, 17, had a simple strategy to win last year’s Young Star singing competition: He listened.