A woman suffered minor injuries Sunday afternoon after a vehicle drove into a central valley convenience store.
Blake Apgar joined the Review-Journal as a general assignment reporter in January 2017 after graduating from the University of Minnesota. He interned at the Review-Journal in the summer of 2016, and now covers North Las Vegas and Henderson government. He was raised in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
According to Las Vegas Review-Journal records, Metro investigated 171 homicides, not including the 58 deaths from the mass shooting on Oct. 1.
The man shot to death in east Las Vegas on New Year’s Eve has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as Las Vegas resident Richard Gaudio.
A man who died Tuesday after rear-ending suspected drunken driver’s truck on U.S. Highway 95 has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as Henderson resident Scott E. Butler, 64.
The man who was shot to death in the northeast valley after he tried to get into the back of a family’s SUV on Sunday night has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office as Alonzo Wimberly.
A second person killed in an eastern Las Vegas shooting last week has been identified by the Clark County coroner’s office.
Quintin Jakar Hicks, 20, and Anthony Jaurice Vance, 22, were shot to death on Thursday inside an apartment on the 2200 block of Carroll Street, near Civic Center Drive and Lake Mead Boulevard.
North Las Vegas resident James Walker, 62, died Monday after his 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle crashed in the southbound lanes of state Route 160, near Blue Diamond.
Clark County coroner’s office says Las Vegas residents LaTosha Juane White, 50, and Phillip Albert Archuleta, 28, were the guards shot to death Saturday at an Arizona Charlie’s after they responded to a guest’s complaint in the hotel.
A man suffered a minor injury after a Las Vegas police officer’s rifle went off on the Strip just more than an hour after tens of thousands of revelers welcomed 2018.
Steve Round stood guard at the memorial at Reno Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard South from Oct. 2 until Tuesday night, making sure passers-by treated a shrine to the shooting victims with the reverence it deserved.