The Clark County district attorney’s office found insufficient evidence to proceed with child neglect changes against Eloina Avalos-Perez.
Originally from San Jose, Calif., Rachel Spacek graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in 2017 with a B.A. in Journalism. Following graduation, Rachel worked as a business intern at the Los Angeles Times, a staff reporter with The Record-Courier and a freelance reporter for the Silicon Valley Community Newspapers, before starting at the Las Vegas Review-Journal in November 2018.
The DJs performed in the D concourse of Terminal 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Several wide-eyed travelers stopped to listen; some even danced.
North Las Vegas Police spokesman Eric Leavitt said animal control officers went to the business Wednesday after receiving two phone calls regarding alleged animal abuse.
The Las Vegas Valley broke the record for the coldest high temperature on May 22, according to the National Weather Service.
Impairment is suspected in a fatal two-vehicle crash in western Las Vegas early Wednesday morning.
C.A. Hartnell’s series, “The 1950s Adventures of Pete and Carol Ann,” was re-released this year with additional pages, new covers and new audiobook versions.
St. John the Baptist Greek Orthodox Church in southwest Las Vegas raised $400,000 to install new icons on the church walls. Work will continue through June.
The Metropolitan Police Department lacks explicit policies to protect the rights of transgender people, a recent study from a national transgender activist organization found.
A 16-year-old Cheyenne High School student was struck by a car Friday afternoon in North Las Vegas.
Officers responded to the crash Thursday evening in the north Las Vegas Valley after the motorcyclist collided with the back of a white pickup truck on southbound I-15.
The pedestrian died at the hospital after being hit by a car at Jones Boulevard and Palmyra Avenue on May 2.
Dozens of neighbors packed the room Tuesday as the Henderson City Council approved a closure plan for Black Mountain Golf Course Country Club.
UNLV’s American Marketing Association won first place — and $3,000 — in the collegiate case competition in New Orleans during the AMA International Collegiate Conference. The UNLV AMA also won first place — and $550 — in the SABRE Business Simulation challenge, also in New Orleans on April 11-14. The SABRE team has five undergraduate students.
Robert Jones, coordinator of K-12 library services with the Clark County School District, said 20 schools and about 60 students participated in the Bristlecone Storytelling Festival. The festival, in its 18th year, was held April 29-May 1 at Windmill Library, West Charleston Library and Whitney Library. It featured memorized storytelling from Clark County School District fourth- through sixth-graders.