“This is our community, and we want to make sure everyone is taken care of as much as possible,” said the Rev. Courtney Krier of St. Joseph’s Catholic Church.
A court filing shows investigators seized an Alpine owner’s cellphone and alleges that a live-in property manager “ordered” the rear door bolted shut before the deadly Dec. 21 fire.
Residents were frustrated that it could take additional weeks before they can get their things. They were also upset that they never got a chance to testify.
The release of Las Vegas police body camera videos paints a more complete picture of how officers and firefighters worked together on the morning of the Alpine Motel Apartments fire.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal sued the Metropolitan Police Department on Thursday for records related to the historic Alpine Motel Apartments fire.
In a direct response to the deadliest residential fire in city history, Las Vegas officials presented details Wednesday of a proactive inspection and progressive enforcement plan for apartments and similar properties.
The staff report expected Feb. 5 will review the current inspection process and detail how other cities handle inspections.
After the December fire left six dead, and a criminal investigation was opened, concerns about evidence preservation and asbestos exposure complicate the issue.
A month after the deadliest residential fire in Las Vegas history, a handful of former residents gathered outside the Alpine Motel Apartments to honor the six people killed in the Dec. 21 blaze.
In the aftermath of the deadliest residential blaze in Las Vegas city history, county lawmakers want to explore taking steps in an effort to prevent a similar tragedy.
Criminal investigators raided the Alpine Motel property manager’s office and unit after the deadly December fire, seizing paperwork and a computer, records show.
Residents displaced by the fire at the Alpine Motel and Apartments in Las Vegas have until Jan. 30 to sign up for government assistance, the city and county said Thursday.
Las Vegas Fire Department radio traffic and 911 audio recordings echo a frenzied scene described by many survivors of the deadly fire at the Alpine Motel Apartments.
Our investigation of the Alpine revealed more than 40 fire violations cited by inspectors in the days after the fire in December.
University Medical Center hosted a luncheon on Wednesday to recognize emergency medical personnel who responded to the Alpine Motel Apartments fire before dawn on Dec. 21.