A wildfire burning just southwest of Las Vegas was nearly contained Friday evening, according to the U.S. Forest Service.
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.
Three houses were damaged after a palm tree caught fire in the central Las Vegas Valley on Thursday afternoon, officials said.
A man charged with murder in the death of a woman found at his southwest Las Vegas house last week told officers that she attacked him, according to his arrest report.
A man arrested last week on a murder charge beat another man with a steel bar and stabbed him before covering the body with a blanket and leaving it in the desert, police said.
The crash happened about 6 a.m. June 30 at the intersection of East Lake Mead Boulevard and Radwick Drive, according to a statement Thursday from police.
The Clark County School Board will hold a special session Wednesday to evaluate the “character, misconduct or competence” of Superintendent Jesus Jara.
A wildfire burning near Mount Potosi was 30 percent contained as of Wednesday night, officials said.
A man with four prior convictions was charged with battery again this month after Las Vegas police said he beat multiple people, including his father, for not visiting him in jail.
Las Vegas police are looking for a driver who shot at a man and his son in another vehicle this month near downtown Las Vegas.
Las Vegas police said a 28-year-old man who offered a homeless man $6 to perform a stunt that led to his death was known to record similar encounters and post them on social media.
The three new project sites, in Clark and Storey counties, will use thousands of solar panels made by First Solar, according to a statement from Switch.
The Clark County coroner’s office was unable to determine a manner of death for a 36-year-old man whose case was initially investigated as a homicide.