The Guinness Certified ‘World’s Largest Bounce House’ will open Saturday, Sept. 28, in North Las Vegas. The Big Bounce America Tour rolls with a 10,000-square-foot bounce house – a 900-foot-long inflatable obstacle course – at Craig Ranch Regional Park. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
North Las Vegas PIO Patrick Walker talks about a house fire in North Las Vegas where a mother, her child and 41 dogs were rescued on Sept. 24, 2019. (Max Michor/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Robert Bigelow and his Bigelow Aerospace manufacturing facility played host to eight NASA astronauts and 60 engineers this week getting to know the company’s B330 autonomous, expandable space station. (Elizabeth Brumley/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Evelyn Sanchez, Broadacres Marketplace marketing and event director, talks about the offerings at the dynamic swap meet in Las Vegas. (Jason Bracelin/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
North Las Vegas police released new details of a 1986 case involving 3-year-old Francillon Pierre. (Mat Luschek/Review-Journal)
Darcy Loewen, a former pro hockey player, finds a new career as a North Las Vegas firefighter. (John Przybys/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
North Las Vegas police chief Pamela Ojeda held a press conference Thursday, Jan. 24, regarding an officer-involved shooting that took place on Jan. 21. The incident resulted in the killing of suspect Horacio Ruiz-Rodriguez. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
North Las Vegas police provide information on an officer-involved shooting Monday night near Lake Mead and Fifth. (Mike Shoro/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
North Las Vegas officials are seeking comments from residents in hopes of bettering their experience in the city. An online survey has been set up for citizens to share their opinions and give their suggestions.
This year’s “Shop with a Cop” event gave about 40 children the chance to shop at Target alongside a North Las Vegas Police officers. Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal @Bizutesfaye
Area manager Justine Gordon during an interview of Amazon’s North Las Vegas fulfillment center on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018. Richard Brian Las Vegas Review-Journal @vegasphotograph
North Las Vegas police spokesman Eric Leavitt briefs the media about a shooting that left an 11-year-old girl dead on Nov. 1, 2018. (Katelyn Newberg/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Three houses under construction caught fire Sunday evening in North Las Vegas on Oct. 21, 2018. (submitted by reader Curtis Cooper)
North Las Vegas fire chief speaks on a two-alarm fire near Cheyenne and Decatur on Oct. 21, 2018.
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Las Vegas Morning Update – Thursday, June 28
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and Ward 3 Councilman Bob Coffin kicked off the demolition of buildings where the Courtyard Homeless Resource Center will be built. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
French cosmetics supplier Sephora is poised to build a 714,000-square-foot regional distribution center in North Las Vegas, pending the approval of $3.12 million in state tax incentives. If the incentives are approved Thursday by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, then Sephora likely will start building its warehouse in August at a new industrial complex under construction a few miles from the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Sephora plans to hire 60 employees within the first two years of opening in May 2019, with an average hourly wage of $24.05, according to documents filed with GOED. Sephora’s warehouse will be next to an 800,000-square-foot fulfillment center for Amazon, set to open late next year.
Clark County commissioners are debating whether to get rid of the Henderson and North Las Vegas constables after RJ’s story pointing out questionable spending by the Henderson Constable Earl Mitchell. (Bizuayehu Tesfaye/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @bizutesfaye
Billing itself as “the biggest bounce house in the world,” Big Bounce America visits Craig Ranch Regional Park in Las Vegas.
A man was shot and killed Thursday morning in North Las Vegas. A police spokesman said a man was taken to a hospital where he died. NLV police blocked off a portion of North Daley Street near East Carey Avenue.
Samantha O’Brien, whose three-year-old daughter attended the Calvary Christian Learning Academy daycare, found out Monday night when her daughter’s teacher called about the school closing.
3.5 miles — length of just-finished extension. $2 million — extending the trail from Alexander Road to Centennial Parkway. 5 years — duration of the next stage of construction. 7 miles — City of Las Vegas trail from Centennial Parkway to Decatur Boulevard. $17 million — cost of the 7-mile extension, including several bridges. 8 miles — North Las Vegas trail from Decatur to Range Road. $22 million — cost of 8-mile extension, including a bridge over the 215 Beltway that will cost $2.5 million.
North Las Vegas firefighters are battling a Monday morning blaze behind a motel on Las Vegas Boulevard North.
At 3:30 a.m., firefighters fought strong winds at the scene near the Las Vegas Boulevard North and Carey Avenue. Las Vegas Fire Department crews also arrived on scene just before 4 a.m.
The first-ever Chinese New Year China Lights festival in North Las Vegas runs until Feb. 25. (Briana Erickson)
North Las Vegas police are investigating a shooting Friday morning that left two people dead.
A 43-year-old woman and a man, whose age is unknown, were shot and killed around 5 a.m. at the Colonial Grand at Desert Vista apartments. Two children who lived with the woman were not at home at the time of the shooting and are both safe, police said. The shooter remained at-large Friday morning. Police said they would release a suspect description later in the day, if available.
Nevada Politics Today: Victor Joecks interviews North Las Vegas Mayor John Lee.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Henderson Police, North Las Vegas Police, Nevada Highway Patrol and other departments came together for a day of celebrating law enforcement. Community members got to see police dogs, SWAT vehicles, and a search and rescue helicopter, among other things. (Patrick Connolly)
At Discovery Church in North Las Vegas, Pastor Dean Sanner, who doubles as a local police chaplain told attendees that authorities wouldn’t be able to explain the shooter’s motives. “Man is evil at its core, make no mistake about it,” Sanner declared. “God’s Word tells us that we are born into sin. Oh, can we do good things? We can, just like the shooter did… Just because somebody does good things doesn’t mean they don’t have a sin nature … It’s not until we get Christ in our heart that He begins to eradicate that and clean us up.” (Harrison Keely/Las Vegas Review-Journal)