One California man is dead and another is hospitalized with critical injuries after a suspected DUI-related crash early Sunday morning in the northwest valley.
Kimber Laux joined the Review-Journal as an intern in October 2013 and has since covered crime, breaking news and courts. She now writes about community and weekend events while she is in law school at UNLV. Born and raised in the Las Vegas heat, Kimber enjoys escaping to cooler places to hike, backpack, and snowboard.
Las Vegas police made 14 arrests on the second day of Electric Daisy Carnival.
Sporting bright, multicolored tutus, pink capes and sparkly face paintings of unicorns, nearly 450 girls and their “running buddies” stood beneath an arch of balloons Sunday, counting down to the start of the eighth semiannual Girls on the Run 5K.
Dottie, a 4-year-old Great Dane, won the crowd over with her lanky gait and dappled gray coat, drawing thunderous applause from hundreds at the Thomas Mack Center.
The Anti-Defamation League’s third annual Walk Against Hate at Springs Preserve served as “a day of healing,” according to event organizer Jolie Brislin.
A 25-year-old Las Vegas man who was killed Saturday night after his truck hit a wall in the southeast valley had been driving on the wrong side of the road to avoid slow cars, according to Las Vegas police.
A man is hospitalized in “stable” condition after he was shot in the chest early Sunday in downtown Las Vegas, according to Las Vegas police.
While the 34th annual Easter Sunrise Service featured messages from a priest and a pastor, mortuary general manager Glenn Abercrombie said the event was nondenominational.
Two people were hospitalized after a car crashed into a bus stop in the northwest valley Sunday afternoon, according to Las Vegas police.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in finding a 12-year-old boy who went missing Saturday night in the northeast valley.
A North Las Vegas man arrested this month in connection with a falsely reported shooting at Nellis Air Force Base had left threatening voicemails with a public official before making the fake report, according to police documents.