The rebranded Lucky Club in North Las Vegas has 280 new slot machines, a sports cantina with 90 TVs, a massive bar and a William Hill sportsbook.
The school’s staff and Clark County School District police recovered a firearm after there was a report of a weapon on campus, according to the school’s principal.
The North Las Vegas Fire Department is “absorbing” dispatch duties from the private ambulance company it contracts for 911 calls.
A judge ordered Nathan Chasing Horse to remain in custody without bail after he was arrested and accused of operating a cult and sex trafficking women and girls.
A chilly January and recently implemented rate hikes has Southern Nevadans facing higher utility bills, and more rate hikes may be coming in April.
A movie actor and self-proclaimed “Medicine Man” was arrested in North Las Vegas on Tuesday night after he was accused of raping, grooming and trafficking his six wives when they were as young as 9 years old.
Erlinda Zacarias and her husband Jesus Mejia-Santana were joined on Sunday at Craig Ranch Park by dozens of relatives, friends, and supporters.
Being home is only a painful reminder of the suffering a North Las Vegas couple endures after they lost seven family members in a car crash caused by an impaired driver.
Officials with Legacy Traditional School North Valley are not aware of any students becoming ill because of the irritant Thursday, a statement said.
The National Transportation Safety Board released a series of investigative documents Thursday on the six-vehicle crash.
Citing a “present threat” to health and safety, Nevada regulators on Tuesday suspended licenses for a North Las Vegas cannabis cultivation facility.
At the time of Jeffrey Hair’s arrest this month, he had a clean driving record, despite a history of traffic violations that were reduced to parking tickets.
The water authority’s board of directors voted unanimously for $37 million for the Garnet Valley Water Transition System project, a series of pipelines that will bring water to the industrial park.
CrisisAlert badges were implemented at all Clark County schools last semester following a spate of violence that culminated in the violent assault of a teacher at Eldorado High School.