Las Vegas police previously said the woman was not in a crosswalk when she was hit by a Mercedes-Benz GLK350 in the southwestern valley.
A Dallas real estate group is betting big on Las Vegas’ apartment market, scooping up four properties for more than $345 million combined.
The college, which already has an associate’s degree program, will launch the new offering in August 2020 to help students prepare for enviornmental management careers.
A suspected DUI driver who authorities say ran a red light on Thanksgiving morning faces two felony counts in connection with the fatal southwest Las Vegas crash.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal crash in the southwest valley on Thanksgiving morning where driving under the influence is suspected.
Logan Halverson, a Mermaid for six years at the Silverton, teaches select Mermaid skills to children from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
Angela’s House auctioned off artwork Oct. 17 created by clients who are blind. It’s Nevada’s only skills training center to help those who are blind or visually impaired.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority’s winter watering schedule begins on Friday.
Celebrity chef Jet Tila to join restaurants that are growing, branching out.
Two teenage boys waiting for a school bus were hit by one of two vehicles involved in a crash in the southwest valley early Tuesday, according to Las Vegas police.
ER at Blue Diamond opened to patients Sept. 30 on South Cimarron Road. Emergency department officials say the facility brings care closer to residents.
For the Zunino family of southwest Las Vegas, the first-ever Mystic Fair at Windmill Library offered a chance to explore alternative approaches to healing and managing stress.
Doll collecting is due to experience a boom when millennials — the oldest of whom are in their late 30s — hit their 50s and embrace handmade crafts over high-tech gadgets, said Stuart Holbrook.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified a 72-year-old bicyclist who died Friday afternoon when he was struck by a car in southwest Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Fire Department recently won a Business-Education Partnership Award from the national Association for Career and Technical Education. The award is set to be presented Dec. 4.