The Vegas Strong Resiliency Center, which opened after the mass shooting, moved into a new space in January. But since the pandemic, everything has shifted online.
Three years later, the Vegas Strong Resiliency Center still interacts with those affected by the mass shooting on a daily basis.
The Public Utilities Commission will vote Wednesday on whether the company can charge the statewide fee to pay for a natural disaster protection plan.
Remote work has its upside, but it poses a threat to the commercial real estate market.
Gang detectives arrested a 26-year-old man in connection with a shooting early Saturday.
Two people suffered minor smoke inhalation injuries in a fire on a second-story apartment balcony in central Las Vegas early Wednesday.
Las Vegas police are investigating a fatal auto-pedestrian crash in the north valley early Wednesday.
Three people were charged in a credit card scheme after officers found hundreds of credit cards and nearly a dozen ID cards while serving an unrelated search warrant.
The teens were taken to a hospital, where they were in stable condition early Wednesday morning, according to Las Vegas police Lt. David Gordon.
Musician, actor and Elvis Presley songwriter Mac Davis died Tuesday at 78, according to numerous media outlets.
Officers were called at 7:19 p.m. to the entrance to an apartment complex on South Pecos Road, where a motorcycle and a sedan had collided, Las Vegas police said.
Helen Reddy, who shot to stardom in the 1970s with her feminist anthem “I Am Woman” and recorded a string of other hits, has died.
The governor announced Tuesday that he is relaxing capacities for mass gatherings in Nevada.
Universal Health Services, which operates six hospitals in the Las Vegas Valley, said Tuesday that its computer networks remained shut down after a cyberattack.