Las Vegas police on Tuesday were investigating a purported threat that shut down a Summerlin private school for the week, the school wrote in an email to parents.
Las Vegas Valley residents celebrated the Fourth of July on Monday from Summerlin to Boulder City with parades and fireworks after a two-year pandemic kept thousands indoors for the holiday.
Over the years, Las Vegas has become a popular destination to celebrate the patriotic holiday.
An interactive map shows that no corner of the Las Vegas Valley was spared but some neighborhoods stood out among the rest.
The yearly parade has entertained scores of attendees for nearly three decades. This year’s event will be back at full scale after the pandemic forced organizers to host it virtually, and limit attendance last year.
Clark County has many restrictions for fireworks that locals and visitors should be aware of before lighting them over the July 4th holiday.
The Summerlin Council Patriotic Parade, which anticipates over 35,000 attendees, 70 parade entries, 2,500 participants and more than 500 volunteers this year, had humble beginnings.
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Las Vegas can get hot as blazes. Thankfully, many Southern Nevada restaurants have created cool, shaded outdoor spaces where dishes — and good company — can be enjoyed with just the right touch of nature.
Parents rushed to the school and found it surrounded by a swath of Clark County School District and Metropolitan Police Department officers.
Las Vegas police said they have located a man who caused a disturbance outside a Summerlin synagogue Saturday and determined that he had “no criminal intent.”
The Metropolitan Police Department said officers responded at 10:20 a.m. to the synagogue in the 9000 block of Hillpointe Road, near Rampart and Lake Mead Boulevards.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who made threats on Saturday at a Summerlin synagogue.