Carmen Millan says she usually goes without air conditioning in her ground-floor apartment in Las Vegas. Wednesday’s high was 116.
A fire that started in an area of Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area on Monday is now 40 percent contained, according to the Bureau of Land Management.
A woman suspected of speeding through a stop sign and crashing into a parked car Wednesday in south Las Vegas has died, police announced Tuesday.
The proceeds from a settlement between O.J. Simpson and The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas will go directly to Fred Goldman, a judge ordered this month.
The U.S. 95 southbound Casino Center offramp will be closed to traffic from midnight Monday through 5 a.m. Sept. 1.
The American Red Cross and the American Cancer Society have joined forces to encourage people to give blood in June to assist those undergoing cancer treatment.
Henderson firefighters rescued a teenager who was trapped in a chimney Tuesday morning.
Credible used 2021 data calculated by the National Association of REALTORS to compile a list of counties with the lowest median home values and monthly mortgage payments in Nevada.
The lawsuit, filed last week in District Court, accuses Henderson police of using excessive force.
Hawaii on Monday said a vaccinated Oahu resident who traveled to Nevada last month has tested positive for the delta variant of COVID-19, a highly transmissible strain of the disease.
Temperatures in Las Vegas Valley continued to ascend Tuesday toward possible record highs in what the National Weather Service says is the hottest spell in eight decades.
“We expect this year to be better than any year in our history… it’s as good as it’s ever been out here,” Fremont Street Experience CEO Andrew Simon said last week.
Henderson Libraries is providing a free online job interview coaching initiative aimed at job hunters navigating an increasingly online world.
A fire was reported at a Walmart in east Las Vegas on Monday afternoon, and officials believe it may be linked to “other fires” at Walmart locations in the Las Vegas valley.
Gov. Steve Sisolak hints that Nevada will soon be offering “exciting” prizes to get more residents vaccinated against COVID-19.