The vehicle left the scene, but police were able to track down and detain the driver.
From covering prep badminton for the suburban Chicago Daily Herald to Big Ten sports at the University of Illinois, from rodeos in Yuma, Arizona, to the unique police and court files in the Las Vegas Valley for KSNV-TV, Tony joined the Review-Journal newsroom as a copy editor in December 2017. He moved to the RJ's digital desk in February 2019. He misses Chicago family, friends and sports, but not so much the winters.
Police are investigating a homicide Tuesday morning in central Las Vegas.
Police seek the public’s help to identify a man they say posed as a health inspector to steal money from two fast-food restaurants.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service announced the move Saturday.
Another set of storms may have disrupted events Friday night across the Las Vegas Valley. It did not stop life-changing jackpots from hitting.
From his Las Vegas debut at 18 as Sophie Tucker’s opening act in 1959, through today’s music scene, Paul Anka might have seen it all.
Thursday’s massive storm across the Las Vegas Valley triggered more than several memories of all-time flooding here.