Tourist From Wales Fined For Dangerous Hoover Dam SwimThe Bureau of Reclamation's Regional Special Agent Ian Canaan says 28-year-old Arron Hughes of Wales was arrested and cited a $330 fine for the August incident.
Wi-Fi Now Available At Lake MeadLake Mead National Recreation Area, located just outside of Las Vegas, will pilot the new fiber optic technology through a five-year contract, starting September 1.
Opening Of 1st Sretch Of Interstate 11 In Nevada DelayedNevada Department of Transportation spokesman Tony Illia says motorists will be able to drive the 2.5-mile (4-kilometer) stretch of southbound freeway between U.S. 95 and the Railroad Pass Casino at 5 a.m. Wednesday.
Southbound I-11 Lanes Opening In HendersonA 2.5-mile-long section of south bound Interstate 11 between the U.S. Highway 95 interchange and Railroad Pass Casino interchange in Henderson at 5 a.m., on August 15.
Willow Beach Road Closed Through August 1The public will not be able to access Willow Beach by land during the closure; however, it will still be accessible by water. Fuel and retail services will be available for boaters who stop at the marina.
Clark County Commissioner Scow Steps DownShe announced her resignation from the County Commission Tuesday. She was first elected to represent Commission District G in November 2010 and was re-elected in 2014. Commission District G includes part of the Las Vegas Strip, McCarran International Airport, UNLV, much of the city of Henderson, and Boulder City.
2 More Suspects Arrested For Nevada Desert Shooting30-year-old Fernando Perez and 25-year-old Jose Villanueva had been booked Saturday. They face six charges each of attempted murder, conspiracy to commit murder, first-degree kidnapping and robbery with a deadly weapon.
Lake Mead Creates Millions In Local Economic BenefitsA new National Park Service report shows that 7.2 million people visited Lake Mead in 2016, and spent $312.6 million dollars in communities near the park.
Ex-Animal Control Chief Gets Jail, Probation for Dog DeathA former Nevada municipal animal control supervisor was handcuffed Tuesday and taken to jail for 90 days, as part of her sentence in a case that alleged she illegally killed dogs at the shelter she ran.
Ex-Nevada Shelter Chief Pleads Guilty to Animal CrueltyA former animal control supervisor has pleaded guilty to felony animal cruelty after she was accused of illegally killing dogs at the Boulder City shelter.
Animal Cruelty Trial Postponed for Ex-Nevada Shelter ChiefTrial has been postponed amid talk about a plea deal involving a former animal control supervisor accused of illegally killing dogs at the Boulder City shelter.
NV Energy Wants New Solar Farm, Faster Coal Plant ClosureNV Energy wants to shut down a coal-fired power plant in southern Nevada 10 months earlier than planned.