Las Vegas traffic
Work begins today on sewer pipe installation along Rampart Boulevard, between Alta Drive and Lake Mead Boulevard.
A busy resort corridor west of the LasVegas Strip will get a closer look.
Drivers complain of damage from loose water valve coverings on streets, but the Water District says it is not liable.
Traffic on northbound U.S. 95 is back to normal after an overnight accident that left two people hurt.
An accident involving at least four semi-trucks and as many as fourteen passenger cars on a slick Las Vegas freeway caused major problems for the morning commute.
More than 200 people received tickets for breaking traffic laws at a busy valley intersection.
At least six people lost their lives on Southern Nevada roads this weekend.
If you see a big rig on the freeway this week, chances are the driver is not alone inside.