(Las Vegas)–The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) is making fast-track progress on repairs to Interstate-15, south of Mesquite and expects to have the highway open by 3 p.m Wednesday afternoon. A portion of the highway […]
(Las Vegas)– Repairs on I-15 began on September 30 between Mile Marker 111 and 112 and 115, about 75 miles north of Las Vegas, restricting travel to one lane in each direction. The total impacted area […]
(Las Vegas)–State transportation officials are now saying it will take about two weeks to fix a portion of Interstate 15 that was severely dmaaged by flash flooding last Friday. Raging waters damaged a section of […]
Assessment teams are heading into Moapa Valley and an adjacent Indian reservation to gauge flash flood damage near where a stretch of Interstate 15 remains washed out 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval has dispatched a team to start estimating the cost of damage from flooding that wiped out swaths of a vital interstate and swamped parts of Clark County and a southern Nevada Indian reservation.
A second detour is now available for passenger vehicles
(Moapa, NV) — A stretch of I-15 north of Las Vegas is closed due to flooding.
Authorities say there has been a second rain-related death in Arizona.
Major construction projects begin in northwest Las Vegas
Commissioners may sign emergency declaration for parts of Mount Charleston