Thirteen furnished apartments were set aside for low-income veterans with disabilities who are facing the challenges of homelessness. After receiving thousands of applications, Patriot Place filled its 50 apartments quickly.
Briana Erickson covers homeless and veterans’ issues for the Review-Journal. A proud “Florida Woman” living in the desert, she centers her reporting around people living in the shadows.
A project orchestrated by the nonprofit Guns To Hammers will be completed in just a few weeks to make the necessary accommodations for an ADA-compliant home for Las Vegas veteran Ed Wiesing.
Six people were displaced from a northeast valley apartment after fire engulfed their kitchen and living room, Clark County fire officials said. Smoke inhalation also sent one person to the hospital.
The weather in the Las Vegas Valley will be “hot and boring” this weekend moving into next week, with temperatures higher than the 80-degree average this time of year, according to the National Weather Service.
Brothels in two Nevada counties are facing an uncertain future as referendum petition drives get underway to repeal ordinances that allow their existence.
Thousands of frenzied fans filled the plaza outside T-Mobile Arena Wednesday for the first playoff game in Golden Knights history.
Parents of Brooke Hawley, one of the Centennial High School students killed March 29 when their car was rear-ended in Huntington Beach, California, have announced a scholarship in their daughter’s name.
Daniella Suarez, 24, and Julian Castillo, 15, died Saturday night when a tire came off another vehicle and hit the windshield of the Honda CRV they were in northbound on the highway near the Charleston Boulevard on-ramp.
Warm spring temperatures are expected to continue this week through the Las Vegas Valley until a cold front moves in midweek, according to the National Weather Service.
A Las Vegas doctor accused of sexually assaulting a woman in 2012 has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of battery with substantial bodily harm.
Alyssa Taylor’s voice, smooth and powerful as she recited Sam Cooke’s 1964 classic, reverberated through a crowd of about 100 who gathered to commemorate the 50th anniversary of King’s assassination April 4, 1968.
The 5-ton bronze statue, unveiled Jan. 20, 2001, by Martin Luther King III and sculptor Tina Allen, has turned into much more than a focal point in recent years.
A man prosecutors say idolized the Route 91 Harvest festival gunman will be released into the care of a nonprofit group home, a judge ruled Wednesday.
Arguments for a new trial for a former Air Force technical sergeant convicted of involuntary manslaughter are speculative, state prosecutors wrote in an opposing motion filed Monday.
A former Air Force technical sergeant who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in his wife’s shooting death wants a new trial, according to a motion filed Friday.