A man who was badly burned last week when a fire swept through a boarded-up central Las Vegas office building died over the weekend. His identity has not been released.
Las Vegas Philharmonic conductor Donato Cabrera wants to expand the symphony’s scope and scale. He doesn’t have to look far.
Officers responded around 2:45 p.m. Sunday afternoon to a report of a suspicious male in a car parked at an apartment complex at 3050 South Nellis Blvd., said Lt. Brian Boxler.
Shots were fired around 3:40 p.m. after two men got into a fight, Metro Lt. Brian Bricker said.
At one point during the heavily scientific presentation, Jimmy Kimmel called out, “I know all of this. I went to UNLV.”
The 30-year classroom veteran was in town this weekend for a series of campaign events, including the grand opening of an east Las Vegas campaign office.
City councilwoman has a cavalier attitude.
The Las Vegas Valley is better, more humane and more creative than ticketing and jailing the poor.