A case against two reputed Aryan Warriors will be prosecuted separately from 21 other gang members because both men face the death penalty.
Before moving to general assignment, Max covered all things violent and weird after dark in Las Vegas. He still does more or less the same thing, just in the daylight now. Max was born and raised in northwest Vegas valley and studied at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where he held multiple positions at what is now the Scarlet and Gray Free Press. He worked at a comic shop for six years and regrets every minute of it. Max joined the Review-Journal as an intern in 2016 and began working full-time in 2017.
The Clark County Commission approved a policy Tuesday that creates a formal process to establish cultural districts, such as “Little Ethiopia,” in the county.
Las Vegas police said the suspicious device found Sunday morning at the Bonneville Transit Center was a malfunctioning vape pen battery.
One woman suffered serious injuries and eight other passengers received minor injuries in the “hard landing” near Goodsprings, southwest of Las Vegas.
Officials are investigating the death of a 5-year-old child who suffered an unspecified medical episode early Wednesday.
A fundraiser for a pilot who survived a deadly plane crash this weekend in Henderson raised more than $63,000 in fewer than 24 hours.
The 19-year-old woman found dead Friday in North Las Vegas was an economics student at UNLV, a spokeswoman said Monday.
No one was injured Sunday morning when a plane made a hard landing at Henderson Executive Airport.
Temperatures in the Las Vegas Valley will stay below 100 through the week, according to the National Weather Service.
A North Carolina man claims he suffered emotional distress after Frontier Airlines employees accused him of sex trafficking his son on a flight to Las Vegas.
A restaurant owner who was stabbed by a DoorDash driver has filed a lawsuit against the company, claiming a flaw in its background check process nearly cost him his life.
Many residents in Southern Nevada are reporting a resurgence of grasshoppers, but the Nevada Department of Agriculture says there’s no evidence of a second wave of this year’s invasion.