An hours-long barricade situation in southwest Las Vegas ended with an arrest at about 1 p.m. Tuesday, according to Las Vegas police.
The Las Vegas “Old Timers” Media Group, featuring many current and former print, radio and TV journalists, has shut down after 18 years.
Jamie Tran remembers frequent rolling blackouts in Northern California when she was growing up, but her family didn’t dread them.
Several city parks in southwest Las Vegas are either under construction or are set to see improvements in the next few months.
When Jim Klingensmith returned to civilian life after serving three Marine Corps tours in Vietnam, like many other veterans, he hard a hard time adjusting.
The first mosquitoes of the season testing positive for West Nile virus have been detected in the Las Vegas Valley, according to the Southern Nevada Health District.
Benjamin Mazone grew up drawing anime and manga characters during class, but his artistic skills took a surprise and sudden turn for the better after he was diagnosed with schizophrenia.
In August 2013, Andrew Citores packed up his belongings in San Francisco and moved his 17-member startup company, JusCollege, to Las Vegas.
A juvenile is in critical condition Saturday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle in the far southwestern Las Vegas Valley.
A woman and infant in the SUV and eight students and the bus driver hospitalized with injuries ranging from serious to minor after crash near South Fort Apache and West Post roads.