A man dressed as a security guard tried to rob a store on the 4000 block of East Tropicana Avenue on Wednesday night, according to a Metropolitan Police Department release.
The man, described as being in his early 20s, was found dead at a southwest valley gas station after the woman tried to get him medical attention, police say.
Here are your Thursday morning headlines.
Las Vegas Review-Journal videographer Heidi Fang earned an Editor & Publisher award for her video about Wimp 2 Warrior, a 22-week mixed-martial arts camp for everyday people. She won the contest’s Best Sports Video category.
Transportation experts will gather with cycling and walking advocates during the Bicycle and Pedestrian Summit on Nov. 13-14 at the Suncoast, organizers said.
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken talk about Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper’s reemergence as well as injuries in the secondary as the team readies for its upcoming road trip.
Most of the 16 Southern Nevadans who will decide how to distribute the $11 million raised so far for victims of the Oct. 1 shooting were hand-picked by two local leaders.
A driver was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after running a stop sign and getting struck by a school bus Wednesday evening in the central valley, Las Vegas police said.
Each of the 58 rocks, marked with a red heart, represents a labor of love. “This is truly just from her heart and my heart to the city of Las Vegas,” Don Dolan said of his and his wife’s artistic remembrance for the 58 killed in the Oct. 1 mass shooting.
Rick Harrison is connecting with teens in his new ‘Edutainment’ speaker program.