Another Pedestrian Death In Southern NevadaA person was walking from south to north across the pedestrian crosswalk. The driver of the red Corvette failed to yeield the right of way to the pedestrian and the front of the Corvette hit the left side of the person walking.
Henderson Police Putting The Brakes On Impaired DriversHenderson Police are starting enhanced traffic enforcement efforts targeting impaired drivers as we enter May.
How Dangerous Air Bags Can Find Their Way Into Used CarsKarina Dorado's trachea was punctured by shrapnel from an inflator after a relatively minor crash in Las Vegas on March 3.
Henderson Police Target Pedestrian SafetyIn an effort to keep roads in Henderson safe, Henderson police will be looking for drivers who aren't paying attention to pedestrians in cross-walks and pedestrians not crossing streets safely or illegally.
Badge On Board Program Continues To Curb FatalitiesTroopers patrolling for dangerous driving around big rigs April 19 and 20.
NHP Joining Forces With CHP For Spring BreakFor the first time NHP will be joining forces with CHP targeting the highly traveled Interstate 15 corridor between California and Las Vegas.
Henderson Police Put The Brakes On SpeedersThe Henderson Police Department along with Metro, stopped 435 cars in an effort to stop speeders in the valley.
Metro Releases DUI Checkpoint NumbersMetro officers recently did a Sobriety Checkpoint on Friday March 17 and Saturday March 18.
NHP: Drive High, Get A DUIThough recreational use of marijuana is legal in Nevada, the use of marijuana prior to, or in the act of driving, is illegal and a serious crime.
Henderson Police Target Impaired DriversHenderson police are starting enhanced traffic enforcement targeting impaired drivers as we enter St. Patrick's Day weekend, which ranks among the year's most popular drinking occasions.
Metro Doing Sobriety Checkpoint For St. Patrick's DayThe location selected for this checkpoint has had about 199 calls for service involving car crashes, and 51 calls for service involving impaired drivers.
Missouri May Soon Have Solar Panels on RoadwaysThis past session Missouri lawmakers gave permission to launch the practice on a trial basis.