A new school year starts today for most children across Clark County, and motorists should give themselves a little more time getting to work.
Driving around Las Vegas will dramatically change over the next two years.
Unfortunately, it’s illegal and potentially dangerous to hang any item that might block your view of the road.
Packed jetliners have a hard time taking off when it’s too hot at McCarran International Airport. Soaring summer temperatures cause radiator problems for cars traveling on our local roads. And, bus engines occasionally get overheated.
Motorists headed from the Las Vegas Valley to Hoover Dam will get to zoom along roughly two miles of the new Interstate 11 by the end of this month.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and her Los Angeles counterpart recently met to discuss an array of mutual topics, including a desire to widen the two-lane stretch of Interstate 15 between Barstow and Primm.
Motorists are paying a little more at the pump, even though the cost of crude oil remains below $50 per barrel — just one of several factors that go into calculating gasoline prices.
A select few taxi drivers may be chosen to pick-up passengers at Nellis Air Force Base after undergoing rigorous criminal background checks by the military.
Northbound U.S. 95 will still be narrowed to two travel lanes between Interstate 15 and Rancho Drive, but traffic will slide over to the right side of the freeway from 6 a.m. Thursday to mid-September.
Just about everyone in Las Vegas will have something to rave about during the Electric Daisy Carnival next weekend when roughly 400,000 revelers make their way to Las Vegas Motor Speedway for three days of high-energy music.