A fight over a child turned into what police characterized as a random homicide in southwest Las Vegas late Tuesday night.
If you walk or drive by Las Vegas Boulevard, there’s a good chance you’ll see Kre8 Media Outdoor Advertising’s mobile billboards. Simple and flashy trucks carry ads up and down the Strip and any other roads their clients want to target.
At work, southwest resident Jill Roberts is surrounded by death. Roberts works part time with the Clark County coroner’s office as an on-scene death investigator and also serves as the CEO of Trauma Intervention Program of Southern Nevada, an organization that sends its volunteers to emergency scenes where they provide support.
The First Friday arts festival is scheduled from 5 to 11 p.m. Dec. 2 at venues throughout the Las Vegas Arts District, near Charleston Boulevard and Main Street.
Visitors to Las Vegas City Hall in the past few months have been greeted with huge paper flags that are laden withsymbolism.
Through sniffles and stifled tears, a group of LGBT people and community allies read the names of 26 people murdered in the United States for being transgender.
Juan Muniz considers all of his art pieces to be an inside look into his own sad journal.
Depending upon your age, you might remember those early impressions of a fireman as some guy wearing wide suspenders, leaning back on a chair in front of a little firehouse and reading a newspaper while waiting for the fire alarm to go off.
The word “bowlology” means “the study of bowls.”