A man is dead after a fatal rollover crash in Summerlin early Saturday morning, the third death from crashes over a six hour period.
Summerlin has a policy that doesn’t allow for permanent string lights in residential areas, but the residents who love them say their exterior illumination is less Clark Griswold and more muted mood lighting.
For anyone who thinks of City National Arena as just some practice facility for the Vegas Golden Knights, with little else to offer in between National Hockey League seasons, be assured that you’re in for a surprise.
Surrounded by family, friends and a few dozen motorcycle riders, Summerlin resident Gene Stephens beamed during a Thursday celebration to mark his 100th year on Earth, the afternoon before the big day.
Hundreds lined up Thursday morning at Build-A-Bear stores in Las Vegas, as customers hoped to participate in a Pay Your Age Day promotion.
A section of Summerlin Parkway will close intermittently this month as crews pave the road, Las Vegas officials said.
The air smelled of sunscreen early Wednesday as throngs of Las Vegans took over the streets of Summerlin to watch dancers, marching bands and Disney princesses parade in celebration of America.
The “Vegas Golden Knights: Vegas Born, Vegas Strong” float will bear Knights defenseman Deryk Engelland and his family, accompanied by the team’s Golden Aces cheerleaders, the KnightLine drummers and the Golden Knight.
It all began with a bang. And Wednesday, two decades later to the day, the Las Vegas Philharmonic returns to when, and where, it all started: the Fourth of July, in Summerlin.
We all hear stories about people whose passion for doing a particular thing has never waned. But playing soccer for 71 years as a goalie, where physical dexterity is a fundamental requirement? And still going strong at the age of 77 by playing at least three times a week?