Drive past a hospital or urgent care clinic and all looks normal. Take a closer look and you may see indications of the life-and-death dramas unfolding within those walls.
Rachel Crosby is an investigative reporter at the Review-Journal. The University of Florida graduate and Las Vegas native cut her teeth at internships with the Tampa Bay Times and Chicago Tribune before starting at the Review-Journal as a nightside crime reporter and columnist in 2015. Her work has helped document the scope of the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
Police records show friends and family of Tony Hsieh were concerned about his welfare months before he died, in addition to disturbance calls at his Park City home.
It’s been a year since the dilapidated Alpine Motel Apartments caught fire. New records detail what went wrong and what could have kept six people from dying.
Las Vegas police union officials suggested that the Metropolitan Police Department has been overeager in asking employees to stay home. The sheriff refuted.
Exterminators across the Las Vegas Valley are reporting a rise in residential rat calls during the pandemic.
The listing follows the sale of more than $5 million worth of other properties. Adolfo Orozco faces involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the downtown fire.
Workers at the plant sort all of Southern Nevada’s outgoing mail. The entire second floor of the building was also shut down Friday.
Las Vegas postal workers are seeing a surge of COVID-19 cases at the valley’s central processing plant, which sorts all of Southern Nevada’s outgoing mail.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero to the four Nevada women who now serve on the state’s historic, female-majority high court. “What a gift,” one said of her.
The alarm’s monitoring company could not reach the Alpine Motel’s emergency contact but notified the Las Vegas Fire Department, which did not respond to the property.
Thousands of workers moving from project to project in Las Vegas could have been disastrous with the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s why few cases have been reported.
Even after Postmaster General Louis DeJoy reveresed cost-cutting initiatives this week, Las Vegas postal union leaders say cutbacks are pushing workers to their limits.
Public agencies have refused to identify most people who died of COVID-19 in Nevada. The Review-Journal continues to memorialize lives lost — you can help us.
Slide Fire Solutions argues that the gunman’s estate — earmarked for the families of the 58 killed — should share in any potential damages against the bump stock manufacturer.
Arthur Tayengco, a loving father and longtime Las Vegas OB-GYN, tested positive after two staffers fell ill. After two weeks of intubation, he died on April 22.