Trevor Schneider bought his house in June 2017 when South Valley View Boulevard, which runs behind his house, ended before his neighborhood and a business center wasn’t there.
Sawyer Middle School’s advanced drama program will present an anti-bullying play called “The Weight of Your Words.” Two performances Oct. 9 are open to the public.
A deputy U.S. Marshal shot and killed a pit bull that was attacking his neighbor early Wednesday morning in the southwest Las Vegas Valley.
A police spokesman said officers were preparing to do a welfare check at the condo, near Alexander Roud between the 215 Beltway and North Rainbow Boulevard.
Teens at the Ralph & Betty Engelstad Club who are volunteering as “junior staff.” It’s the first of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada’s 13 clubs to launch the offering.
Southwest Las Vegas residents are concerned about safety, traffic and home values after three rehab facilities opened within blocks of each other.
A 10-year-old boy was hospitalized Friday morning after he was hit by a car in southwest Las Vegas.
The Clark County Regional Flood Control District has plans for projects to help alleviate flooding in southwest Las Vegas.
The Assistance League is working with an architect on plans for an addition, which would provide more space for the thrift store, community programs and storage.
Bishop Gorman High School senior Sophia Adrangi, now 17, took the SAT in fall 2018 — and got a score of 1600 — and the ACT in April.
The 37-member Las Vegas Romance Writers group — which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year — helps writers working on a romance novel or other genres of fiction.
Ronnie’s Hockey Club, a Las Vegas pickup ice hockey group, typically has nine or 10 games each week — some in the mornings and some in the evenings.
For the first time since it opened in the 1970s, CSN will have a cheer team that will cheer at volleyball, soccer, baseball and softball games, along with pep rallies.
Legacy Traditional School’s southwest Las Vegas campus opened Aug. 8. About 1,600 students are enrolled at the tuition-free public charter school.
Colliers International will move its local headquarters to a planned four-story, roughly 100,000-square-foot office building in the southwest Las Vegas Valley.