A 51-year-old North Las Vegas man has been arrested in connection with the fatal crash that claimed the life of a 2-year-old girl last Sunday, according to North Las Vegas police.
With springlike weather on tap, Las Vegas residents seeking to enjoy the outdoors have another incentive to get outside: free entry into Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area during the three-day Presidents Day weekend.
A former band teacher accused of "inappropriate contact" with students at a North Las Vegas charter school in 2012 was offered the chance to resign by the school's principal for unrelated behavior the same year and was hired the next year by the Clark County School District.
State utility regulators on Friday approved a phased-in rate increase for rooftop-solar customers over 12 years, rejecting a recommendation from NV Energy and others to grandfather in existing net metering customers under previous, more favorable rates for 20 years.
A police dog that underwent surgery was released in stable condition after being injured in a barricade incident where a suspect was taken into custody after a 12-hour standoff in the central valley.
When officiating is in the news, it's seldom a good week for the conference. And for the Mountain West, this has been a particularly bad week.
A pedestrian was killed Friday night after being struck by a vehicle, Metro confirmed.
Las Vegas' "sunny and warm" trend put Friday's record high in jeopardy, but temperatures did not break the record and aren't likely to do so Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Several hundred Culinary union members demonstrated Friday night in front of the Palace Station in protest of worker treatment at Station Casinos.
In just a matter of days, U.S. airlines will begin a fierce bidding war to win routes and airport slots to a destination that's been off-limits to them for more than 50 years: Cuba.
At age 23, Bryce Harper is already Major League Baseball's youngest MVP. And he could be baseball's first $400 million man. But don't tell him that.
The 319-acre chunk of land near the southern tip of Apex Industrial Park isn't a big deal on paper. The site makes up less than 2 percent of the 20,000-acre park's total land. But when the lot goes on the auction block Tuesday, it could mark an important turning point for Apex.