State and county officials plan to begin work April 2 to back-fill several dozen abandoned mine shafts peppering the future park site on county-owned land west of Fort Apache and Warm Springs roads.
At about 11:40 a.m., emergency personnel with Clark County and Las Vegas fire departments responded to reports of a propane leak near West Flamingo Road and El Capitan Way.
Starting in early April, crews will begin back-filling at least 40 mine shafts at a long-abandoned gypsum mine on county-owned land near Fort Apache and Warm Springs roads.
Of Nevada’s 58 dispensaries, one is African-American-owned, according to the Las Vegas Medical Marijuana Association. While about 47 percent of industry employees are minorities, said Kema Ogden of Top Notch THC, there is work to be done.
Four middle school students were pepper-sprayed moments after exiting a school bus at a southwest valley stop Wednesday afternoon, a Las Vegas parent said.
In the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day, stores are lined with pink and red candy, stuffed animals and bouquets of roses denoting love and romance.
A southwestern valley neighborhood was evacuated early Sunday during an hourslong barricade situation involving a suicidal man, Las Vegas police said.