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File photo of an Osprey (Photo by Susan Walsh-Pool/Getty Images)

Military Aircraft Hard Landing Near Las Vegas

Four crew members OK after incident near Creech Air Force Base


Las Vegas Academy students (photo courtesy KXNT/Smith)

Students Lean On Public Transit

Another option to get students to and from school, activities or work has been launched by the Regional Transportation Commission.


RTC Bonneville Transit Center

A “Vision” Of Safety And Security

When the Federal Government tells you to do something it is a good idea to adhere to the request.


RTC Bonneville Transit Center

RTC In Downtown Receives “Green” Award

The new Bonneville Transit Center in downtown Las Vegas is another step in the transformation into the 21st century.


Bus riders use a series of sly tactics in order to avoid social interaction on public transportation. (Photo credit should read GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Commuters Go To Great Lengths To Avoid Contact With Fellow Passengers

Public transportation patrons have established an implicit commuter constitution of rules: Don’t sit next to someone unless the bus is completely filled. Avoid eye contact at all costs. Pretend to be asleep or staring out the window to avoid giving your seat up.


Vegas Based Airline Defends Bag Charge

Vegas Based Airline Defends Bag Charge

(Las Vegas, NV)  —  The head of Allegiant Airlines is defending his company’s decision to charge a $35 carry-on bag fee.  In a letter to New York Senator Charles Schumer, Allegiant CEO Maurice Gallagher says […]



Las Vegas “X Train” Gets Approval

State transportation officials have given approval for a new train service between Las Vegas and Southern California.

CBS Las Vegas–03/09/2012

(photo courtesy: DesertXpress)

High Speed Train Clears Another Hurdle

The proposed high-speed train between Las Vegas and Victorville, California has cleared another hurdle.

CBS Las Vegas–10/26/2011

(credit: Santokh Kochar / Getty Images)

More Projects Planned?

State officials have plans to start dozens of road construction projects in Clark County
next year. But it all depends on funding.

CBS Las Vegas–10/12/2011