The alarm’s monitoring company could not reach the Alpine Motel’s emergency contact but notified the Las Vegas Fire Department, which did not respond to the property.
Rachel Crosby is an investigative reporter at the Review-Journal. The University of Florida graduate and Las Vegas native cut her teeth at internships with the Tampa Bay Times and Chicago Tribune before starting at the Review-Journal as a nightside crime reporter and columnist in 2015. Her work has helped document the scope of the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
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Slide Fire Solutions argues that the gunman’s estate — earmarked for the families of the 58 killed — should share in any potential damages against the bump stock manufacturer.
Arthur Tayengco, a loving father and longtime Las Vegas OB-GYN, tested positive after two staffers fell ill. After two weeks of intubation, he died on April 22.
When the coronavirus hit the state, tribal nations say they were an afterthought in a scramble for supplies. Many remain on hard lockdown to protect members.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is still working to recognize each person in our community who has died from the coronavirus.
Luis A. Frias led a troupe of dancers before international audiences in the 1980s and early ’90s. He died alone April 25, quietly and without an audience, in Las Vegas.
An investigation into the downing of a Nye County cellphone tower has found no evidence linking the vandalism to conspiracy theory-driven attacks on communications infrastructure, but authorities aren’t ruling it out.
“I really believed that she was going to fight it off, that she was going to make a comeback,” Michele Franzese Rustigan said. “And when that doesn’t happen, it’s super weird.”
Even in the care of doctors, Abbie Purney said it took four days for her father to get tested, and it took another five days before his family learned the results.
Jeff Moore, 55, collapsed in his North Las Vegas home the day before transplant procedures were set to resume in California, where he was due for an appointment.
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For Las Vegas residents and the Strip, experts say, “It’s going to be a long time to get back to what we had at the early part of this year — that ‘normal.’ ”