A 38-year-old man who allegedly robbed a woman at gunpoint at an ATM was arrested Friday.
You stand atop a hill high above Route 215 and the westerly end of Summerlin Parkway, both of which are about half a mile away, and you gaze in every direction at the breathtaking, almost intoxicating view.
Turning right usually goes wrong for drivers headed to Downtown Summerlin along the northbound 215 Beltway at the Charleston Boulevard exit.
For people with Parkinson’s disease, simply moving their foot forward can be a challenge.
Alex Wigg wants to be a lot of things when he grows up. If you ask him, though, he’ll just say he wants to be “successful.” But if not for the helmet the 11-year-old Summerlin boy was wearing when he was struck by a car on the morning of April 27, he might never have had a chance to pursue his dreams. Alex Wigg wants to be a lot of things when he grows up. If you ask him, though, he’ll just say “successful.” But if not for the helmet the 11-year-old Summerlin boy was wearing when he was struck by a car on the morning of April 27, he might not have even had a chance to pursue those dreams.
Van VanBlake of Summerlin was a serious golfer before he suffered a debilitating stroke. “I was totally paralyzed on my left side. … I didn’t know what had happened,” he said.
Desert Shores residents continue to wake up to find dead waterfowl. Following so closely on the heels of the black swan being shot with an arrow, an act that led to it being euthanized, residents of the area already were concerned.
You know how you discover a little sandwich shop tucked into the corner of some strip mall and wonder, “Why is such a notable place in an out-of-the-way location like this?” That’s the case with the Sandwich Spot on North Tenaya Way, in a Target-anchored center.