California wildlife biologists have caught two rare Sierra Nevada red foxes in three weeks, a feat they say it’s a “huge” step to understanding the animal listed as threatened in the state in 1980.
The North Las Vegas City Council on Wednesday night unanimously approved contracts aimed at connecting water and sewer lines to a pair of industrial areas.
The Mint 400 is an annual off road race that began in 1967 and lasted until 1988 before taking a 20-year hiatus.
The Animal Foundation is taking precautions to protect dogs from a highly contagious dog flu expected to hit the Las Vegas Valley soon.
The planned elementary school in North Las Vegas was intended to ease overcrowding at existing schools in the area, but the charter school’s unexpected opening relieved the problem before construction began.
Here are your Thursday morning headlines.
Las Vegas police arrested a man who was found unconscious in his running car with a semi-automatic rifle and extra ammunition Wednesday afternoon in a central valley parking lot.
Almost 1,000 NV Energy customers are without power Thursday morning in the central valley.
Las Vegas police are searching for a man who robbed an Adult Superstore last month in the central valley.