Nevada health officials are examining how the state could license consultants who transfer mentally ill people to unregulated group homes, a step prompted by a Las Vegas Review-Journal investigation that highlighted the death of a suicidal woman after she was placed in an unsupervised residence.
The Las Vegas City Council may vote Wednesday to appeal a Clark County District Court judge’s ruling invalidating the council’s approval last year of a condominium development on the Badlands golf course in west Las Vegas.
Local officials and east Las Vegas residents are set to meet in April to discuss ways to make their community safer.
Las Vegas police initially believed that Gustavo Carcamo was fatally shot during a targeted attack, but they now suspect he died while robbing a passerby with his girlfriend.
Fares for the Las Vegas Monorail can now be purchased on Android smartphones, under a partnership announced Monday with search engine giant Google.
Las Vegas police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man suspected of being involved in a shooting that injured three people over the weekend.
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