The Nevada DMV produces an average of 96,000 plates per month.
Mick joined the Las Vegas Review-Journal as transportation reporter in November 2018. He previously worked at the Las Vegas Sun covering a variety of beats including transportation, business, gaming, and city and county government. Prior to that, he worked at the Pahrump Valley Times, where he was named the Nevada Press Association’s Outstanding Journalist in the intermediate category for his coverage of the Lamar Odom brothel overdose situation, rural healthcare and more. Mick was born in Texas but grew up in Las Vegas, attending UNLV’s Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies where he was a member of the Kappa Tau Alpha National Journalism Society.
The most notable feature of the concourse-wide update was removing the carpet in the walkways and adding in terrazzo flooring, which offers travelers a glitzy Las Vegas welcome.
Las Vegas’ upcoming National Lacrosse League team features an all-star ownership lineup.
The focus of this week’s trip to Las Vegas, led by Oakland Athletics owner John Fisher and team president Dave Kaval, is stadium location.
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles has recovered 27 stolen vehicles this year at it’s area office across the state totaling over $1.02 million.
The closure was slated to begin Monday and last through Sept. 1, but scheduling issues resulted in the delay, the Nevada Department of Transportation announced Thursday.
Motorist traveling on the 215 Beltway between Windmill Lane and Pecos can expect significant traffic congestion as a repaving project is carried out in the area.
The U.S. 95 southbound Casino Center offramp will be closed to traffic from midnight Monday through 5 a.m. Sept. 1.
Travelers at McCarran International Airport Tuesday were met with long wait times as Southwest Airlines experienced nationwide system issues.
Raiders owner Mark Davis’ suite at Allegiant Stadium is set for a $688,000 renovation project.
The use of artificial intelligence to strategically position law enforcement vehicles on Las Vegas’ busiest highways appears to have had some initial success in reducing dangerous driving.
A major road project on Las Vegas Boulevard bordering the Strip’s newest resort is ongoing, but crews will look to mitigate the traffic impact during Resorts World’s grand opening this month.
The new route between Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport and Bellingham, Washington, will begin Nov. 7, Southwest announced Thursday.
The project will take place as a moving operation, with Nevada Highway Patrol troopers escorting work crews, as they restripe the center and edge lane lines, according to Tony Illia, NDOT spokesman.