North Las Vegas officials approved the purchase of land in downtown to develop a library and park, and transform a closed school into a community space.
The Vegas Golden Knights want to embrace sustainability in the team’s future community ice arena in downtown Henderson.
No one was injured in the fire reported just before 1:30 p.m. Thursday on the 2100 block of East Stewart Avenue, just west of North Eastern Avenue, according to a Las Vegas Fire Department spokesman.
After almost two weeks of continuous work on Intestate 15 because of Project Neon, paving efforts will wrap up Tuesday, a couple of days before enforcement of high-occupancy vehicle lanes begins.
Six house pets died and three adults were displaced by a house fire in Henderson on Thursday morning.
No injuries were reported after a fire broke out at the Westgate Thursday morning, according to the Clark County Fire Department.
Friday should see a high of 99 degrees, with a 10 percent chance for thunderstorms after 5 p.m., the National Weather Service said.
A wrongful death lawsuit claims a local construction company and a state agency failed to protect a worker from hazardous conditions at a Las Vegas construction site in September 2017.
Corporate and charity golf events in the Las Vegas Valley, such as the one that preceded a fatal crash on May 30, can have a reputation for serving plenty of alcohol to their players.
Las Vegas-area mascots teamed up Wednesday with young patients at Sunrise Children’s Hospital to welcome to the newest mascot joining the family of Las Vegas mascots, Miles the Miracle Flights Bear.
A spokeswoman said Metropolitan Police Department Capt. Nick Farese, who recently was relieved of duty with pay, has returned to work in a different role.
Nikki Dawson of North Las Vegas makes about $650 each month, she said. A neighbor told her of an organization, UrbanUnderdogs, that helps pets in underserved communities.
The Jean Ford Democracy Award is designed to recognize deserving citizens who have furthered the democratic process, according to Gail Anderson, deputy secretary of state.
Nearly every issue of the Las Vegas Age, published from 1905-47, and the Las Vegas Times, published from 1905-06, is now available online.
Maria “Masha” Pisarenko of the east Las Vegas Valley spent her early years in what was then the Soviet Union and lived in Moscow from the age of 12 until the mid-2000s.