Pleasant late-summer weather conditions will continue in the Las Vegas Valley in advance of a weekend warming trend.
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Temperatures will be a few degrees below normal Wednesday across the Las Vegas Valley, and winds will be much calmer.
A pedestrian who died Monday night after being struck by a vehicle in the northwest valley was a 22-year-old Las Vegas man, according to the Clark County coroner’s office.
Mild weather conditions will prevail Tuesday and much of the week in the Las Vegas Valley.
Dry conditions and winds gusting up to 40 mph bring a red flag warning for much of Monday by the National Weather Service.
Steven Roberts Jr., 36, was last seen Sunday morning leaving his home on the 1100 block of Stone River Court in a white 2012 Nissan Altima with Nevada plate 594H25.
An off-Strip restaurant was damaged early Friday when a driver suspected of being under the influence crashed his vehicle into the building.
Detectives are searching for two men after a shooting in central Las Vegas early Friday.
Although the next few days may not feel like it, football-like weather conditions are on the way for the Las Vegas Valley.
Southern Nevada residents have a 20% chance of seeing scattered showers Thursday before skies clear and temperatures begin to fall.
Temperatures about 5 degrees above normal with elevated humidity will make for “uncomfortable” conditions in the Las Vegas Valley much of this week.
An on-duty Metropolitan Police Department crime scene analyst suffered only minor injuries early Friday when she was hit by a wrong-way driver suspected of driving under the influence.
Relief from a long week of excessive heat will likely arrive on Labor Day, says the National Weather Service.
Relief could arrive Sunday or Monday, when moisture flowing from the New Mexico area is expected to enter the area, said National Weather Service meteorologist John Adair.