October is Pedestrian Safety Month, launched locally by a gathering of police officers and elected officials, reminding drivers and pedestrians to watch out for each other.
The city of Las Vegas is poised to mitigate future largescale flooding with a storm drain to direct water beneath the street on Grand Teton Drive between Hualapai and Tee Pee.
October’s First Friday event will mark the first enforcement of a new downtown curfew for kids and teens.
The yellow bulbs that normally frame the Fabulous Las Vegas sign have been replaced with pink bulbs for Breast Cancer Awareness month.
Las Vegas Metro Police are looking for help identifying a man connected with 11 convenience store robberies since the early summer of this year.
What’s tiny and slimy and helps fight West Nile virus? It’s the Gambusia Affinis — commonly known as the mosquito fish.
Hundreds of Transport Workers Union members staged a rush-hour protest outside Allegiant Air’s Las Vegas office on Thursday, protesting stalled contract negotiations with the company’s flight Attendants.
Sheriff Doug Gillespie is expecting a large contingent of police officers to show up at Tuesday’s Clark County Commission meeting, where they’ll decide whether to support the “More Cops” tax increase.
Henderson commuters can now park the car and catch a ride to downtown on the RTC Henderson & Downtown Express.
A dozen demonstrators from Organizing for America showed up on Wednesday at the Social Security office in Las Vegas to rebuke Wwashington for trying to defund the Affordable Care Act.