A fire in a building that North Las Vegas was eyeing as the site of a library has prompted officials to propose using the money for other needs instead.
A 38-year-old woman, booked at Clark County Detention Center, died a day after she arrived.
The Metropolitan Police Department received $598,000 in grants to improve pedestrian and traffic safety, Monday.
The new figures reported Sunday bring the total number of confirmed cases in Nevada to 82,100 and the death toll to 1,623, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
Police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a man at a south Las Vegas timeshare resort.
Las Vegas Valley residents began returning to churches this weekend as in-person religious services at many churches commenced for the first time in months.
Either Democrat Claire Thomas or Republican Jack Polcyn will replace the late Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson in Assembly District 17.
Assemblywoman Maggie Carlton is seeking a final term in the Nevada Assembly, where she’s focusing on an economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Assemblywoman Susan Martinez wants health care for all Nevadans, but one of her opponents says the pandemic is “fake” and wants a constitutional convention on education.
Incumbent Assemblywoman Rochelle Nguyen is facing off against Jonathan Friedrich, a man best known for his fight against paying dues to a HOA he didn’t belong to.
A federal appeals court recently reversed a 2018 injunction that prevented the Department of Homeland Security from terminating the temporary protected status for some immigrants.
A suspicious substance found on a letter Monday inside the Clark County Election Department was determined to be deodorant, according to North Las Vegas police.
Attendees ran and walked to Mandalay Bay from the Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar parking lot. Others were able to participate virtually to remember those who died or were injured.
The total number of confirmed cases stands at 78,728 as of Sunday morning.
Anyone with information can call NHP at 702-486-4100 or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.