An 81-year-old man died Saturday following a June 12 crash in southwest Las Vegas.
Some Las Vegas Valley residents will be able be able to fill ‘er up on Thursdays, starting today.
Count the Hoover Dam among the many Southern Nevada structures that were inspected and determined to be free of damage after the recent earthquakes in Southern California, according to the Bureau of Reclamation.
When one walks into Bottega Exchange, music is playing and people work on laptops, alone or collaborating in conference rooms.
No one was injured Friday during a domestic disturbance that prompted a barricade situation at the Avondale Apartments, 9225 W. Charleston Blvd., police said.
Four schools are expected to receive the donated backpacks and supplies. All are one- or two-star schools that have limited or no community partnerships.
A 20-year-old man was killed when his motorcycle accelerated into the rear end of a vehicle that he was following in the southwest valley early Friday.
Catholic Charities, with ECDC African Community Center, observed World Refugee Day at Bevan Hall at Our Lady of Las Vegas School on June 20.
Two pedestrians suffered moderate injuries when they were struck by a vehicle in southwest Las Vegas early Monday.
Layla O’Bryant, 4, was diagnosed with cerebellar ataxia, a lack of muscle control or coordination of voluntary movements. Her condition stemmed from a common cold.
Eshaan Vakil recalled riding a bus to a quiz bowl-related event with students from other states. “They said, ‘Oh, we didn’t know people studied in Las Vegas,’” Vakil said.
Green Our Planet, the southwest Las Vegas-based crowdfunding platform that began in 2013 and became the largest school garden program in the U.S., started as a small side project for Ciara Byrne and Kim MacQuarrie.
After Yuhan Jiang, 18, and her father moved in with her stepmother, who had been living in the Las Vegas Valley for years, Jiang took summer school for two years to catch up.
The DJs performed in the D concourse of Terminal 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Several wide-eyed travelers stopped to listen; some even danced.
C.A. Hartnell’s series, “The 1950s Adventures of Pete and Carol Ann,” was re-released this year with additional pages, new covers and new audiobook versions.