James “Kiwi” Johnston of New Zealand was found under a tree after a passerby spotted Johnston’s paragliding chute blowing in the wind while driving near Fish Creek Range in Eureka County.
Maddie’s Pet Adoption Days is set for Friday through Sunday, and a list of hours and participating locations is available on the group’s website.
The largest Veteran of Foreign Wars post in Nevada has struggled to make ends meet since the state’s bar regulations were enacted because of the pandemic. But officials hope for a turnaround once restrictions are lifted.
About 100 regional firefighters put their physical abilities to the test this week during the four-day Firefighter Combat Challenge Nevada training.
Immigration advocates in Las Vegas slammed an appeals court decision from Monday allowing the Trump administration to end protections for more than 400,000 immigrants in the U.S.
“It’s really an all-hands-on-deck situation for us to be providing as much support as we can to our chapters across the country,” said Jennifer Sparks, spokeswoman for the Red Cross in Southern Nevada.
Former Family Court Judge Bill Gonzalez narrowly won a primary race against attorney Dawn Throne in the newly created Family Court Dept. U seat.
Newly created Family Court Department W will be electing its first judge this November. Attorneys Stacy Michelle Rocheleau and Adriana Rincon White have different areas of expertise to bring to the table.
Hundreds of vessels are expected to take part in the “Lake Mead Trump Boat Parade” at Lake Mead National Recreation Area on Saturday, according to event organizers.
A local business development program will be expanding after receiving a $271,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce.
A pair of seedlings from the 9/11 Survivor Tree in New York City are growing stronger in Las Vegas, but they have not yet received permanent homes.
The Southern Nevada Health District will begin publicly reporting data on a mysterious syndrome related to COVID-19 that has stricken at least eight children in Clark County.