Clark County welcomed its first female coroner this week when Melanie Rouse took the reigns from acting Coroner Michael Murphy.
Sabrina joined the Review-Journal in 2019 as a news intern before completing her degree at Boston University. The Henderson native previously worked as a co-op at the Boston Globe and a local reporter for the Brookline Tab in Massachusetts. She also served as the managing editor of Boston University News Service before graduating and returning to the Review-Journal as a nightside crime reporter.
The Clark County coroner’s office has ruled an infant’s death in March was the result of unsafe sleeping conditions.
Nellis Air Force Base welcomed a new commander of its warfare center on Friday.
Henderson firefighters rescued a teenager who was trapped in a chimney Tuesday morning.
The Clark County coroner’s office has identified the man who was found suffering from a gunshot wound Friday night in North Las Vegas.
A California teenager was in critical condition at a Las Vegas hospital late Saturday after a boat crash on Lake Havasu.
A motorcycle club joined hands Friday night with the family of a 58-year-old moped driver who was killed last week on a southwest Las Vegas road.
The cycling community gathered on Friday outside Las Vegas Cyclery to remember the day six months ago when five Las Vegas families were changed forever.
Two previously unreported homicides are being reviewed as self-defense cases by police and the Clark County district attorney’s office, according to online logs maintained by the Metropolitan Police Department.
A fatal plane crash last month near Nellis Air Force Base was the result of a flap issue, according to a preliminary report released Friday.
Liliam Lujan Hickey, co-founder of the Latin Chamber of Commerce in Las Vegas and a champion for education in Nevada, died Thursday. She was 88.
Troopers were called at 11:44 p.m. to Interstate 15 near mile marker 107 after a report of a crash involving a tractor-trailer, officials said.
Las Vegas gang detectives and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are investigating after more than 100 rounds were fired at a Summerlin pool.