Lots of Hot Air but Too Much Wind
September 21, 2008 - 9:00 pm
Motorists looking to access the Las Vegas Strip from Interstate 15 are about to get a new option. Or, at least a partial one.
Metro’s 31st annual K-9 Trials brought out an estimated 4,600 people to the equestrian arena at South Point. In addition to Kimura’s toughest dog win, Metro also earned’s top agency award
The FAA says the two people were on board the plane that had to land due to “engine issues.”
Genetic material collected at a Chinese market near where the first human cases of COVID-19 were identified show raccoon dog DNA comingled with the virus, international experts say.
The earthquake with about 6.8 magnitude on Saturday, as reported by the U.S. Geological Survey, killed at least 15 people and brought down homes and buildings in vastly different communities, from coastal areas to the highlands.
The earthquake occurred just after 7 a.m Sunday.
After a video posted to social media last month showed a Clark County school police officer throwing a student to the ground, the Las Vegas Review-Journal requested a copy of the incident report, as well as any prior complaints that had been made against the involved officer.
It’s March 6, 1971, a day that will reverberate for decades, one that will ultimately prove to be a bullhorn amplifying the voices of Nevada’s poor, catalyzing institutional change still felt today.
Spokespersons for Senators Jacky Rosen and Catherine Cortez Masto told the Review-Journal Saturday they were continuing to monitor the situation.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is donating roughly the size of a small reservoir of water to help Utah’s Great Salt Lake maintain elevation.