Police arrested a 24-year-old Black man last year on a bench warrant meant for a 49-year-old white man with the same name, according to a federal lawsuit.
The emergency blood supply is several days short of the multiday reserve needed in Southern Nevada, mirroring a national shortage, officials said.
The Clark County School District announced Tuesday that it’s canceling classes from Friday until Jan. 19 due to “extreme staffing shortages” caused by a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Another family has filed a wrongful death lawsuit for one of the five bicyclists killed in crash south of Las Vegas by an impaired truck driver in December 2020.
Crews were dispatched about 11:50 p.m. to 17 E. Oakey Blvd., near Las Vegas Boulevard South, and encountered “heavy flames” and smoke shooting from the back of the building.
Las Vegas nonprofits, law enforcement and some resorts will take part in #WearBlueDay to raise awareness about human trafficking.
At least four people died after a crash Monday night in the southbound lanes of Interstate 15 near Jean, according to the Nevada Highway Patrol.
The Nevada Department of Corrections reported 209 positive COVID-19 cases in inmates and 210 cases in staff members this month.
The Clark County School District updated its “COVID-19 quarantine and isolation guidance” Dec. 30 in alignment with the new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
Daniel Carlson’s game-winning kick to send the Raiders to the playoffs has paid off for one Las Vegas charity — literally.
Brayden Smith’s parents claim in a lawsuit that medical malpractice caused his 2021 death after colorectal surgery at a Henderson hospital.
At least 40 flights to and from Harry Reid International Airport were canceled Monday, continuing the woes for some Las Vegas air travelers.
Monday should be identical to Sunday’s weather, says the National Weather Service.
Sam Boyd Stadium played host to a familiar scene on Sunday night — lines of cars causing traffic delays as Nevadans faced hourslong waits to get a COVID-19 test at the valley’s largest site.