Passers-by pulled off Lee Canyon Road northwest of Las Vegas Monday to play in the fresh snow. (Mat Luschek/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Two lawmakers from Nevada and Utah filed an amendment Friday to the defense bill that would prohibit the Defense Department from resuming nuclear weapons testing.
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is gearing up for layoffs.
The funding — part of the federal coronavirus relief act — will allow UNLV’s Cares Food Pantry to buy food, equipment and implement a new online ordering system.
Organizer Patty Molloy says, “I knew there was a song out there that matched the times we are going through.”
The coronavirus pandemic has prompted first-ever virtual gatherings for Jehovah’s Witnesses. About 13,000 Southern Nevadans are members of the denomination.
The federal agency is paying $18 per hour for census takers to visit households that have not yet responded to the census.
The Clark County coroner’s office on Friday identified a 23-year-old motorcyclist who died Thursday following a crash at Fremont and Bruce streets.
The 215 Beltway will be limited to one lane overnight between southbound Tropicana Avenue and Charleston Boulevard next week.
The conditional approval of the $17.3 billion deal was unanimous, but the new company will have to divest three properties and maintain its job level for three years.
Comet Neowise swept within Mercury’s orbit a week ago. Its close proximity to the sun caused dust and gas to burn off its surface and create an even bigger debris tail. Now the comet is headed our way, with closest approach in two weeks.