Traffic signals seem to take an awfully long time to change at some of the busiest intersections across the Las Vegas Valley.
Motorists should prepare themselves for monsoon rains by making sure their vehicles are equipped with functioning brakes, headlights, tires with good tread and a new set of windshield wipers.
Columnist Jane Ann Morrison writes her farewell column after 38 nonconsecutive years at the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The dispute between the Clark County Education Association and the new National Education Association of Southern Nevada has become a back-and-forth mud-slinging fight.
A traffic safety advocate alerted the Road Warrior to the disturbing frequency of pedestrians who are struck by vehicles attempting to make a left turn at Las Vegas Valley intersections.
If a cabbie doesn’t show, you must file a complaint. Otherwise, the authority will keep on insisting it’s just not a problem, according to columnist Jane Ann Morrison. And that’s not what she’s hearing.
Finding a reasonable place to park is getting harder in Las Vegas — even at McCarran International Airport.
In May former Las Vegas planning commissioner Byron Goynes waited an hour for a Western Cab taxi that never came. Is this routine or an anomaly?
New Superintendent Jesus Jara pledged to comb through the organization to spot inefficiencies — but then he brought in two new higher-ups. Does the district need to reorganize or simply cut the fat?