The Las Vegas Valley Water District has begun adding an anti-corrosion agent to the well serving homes on Mount Charleston to counteract the effects of de-icing salts that are washing off the roads and into the water supply.
It was a fleeting moment of lasting consequence. Dee Jay Silver’s explaining how a simple act of kindness helped him process the most complex of emotions.
The Las Vegas Planning Commission will weigh in Tuesday on a citywide public engagement plan for developers who want to build on golf courses, parks and other open spaces in the city.
A judicial selection committee will review and recommend which applicant should serve on the bench in Las Vegas Justice Court until January 2019. Clark County commissioners will make the appointment.
Three survivors from the Las Vegas Strip shooting appeared Wednesday at the first congressional hearing on “bump stocks” as a federal agency announced it would review legal classification of the devices following the tragedy in Nevada.
A freight company for a variety of businesses plans to open a new 70,000-square-foot warehouse in the southwestern valley by January.
The North Las Vegas Fire Department credited Chely Arias with saving a 17-year-old high school senior who collapsed Oct. 24 while warming up for a flag-football practice at Cheyenne High School.
Two of the most popular destinations for Lyft drivers working in Las Vegas over the past year didn’t change from 2016, executives with the ride-hailing company said on Wednesday.