William Gray began his job Monday as Boulder City’s new fire chief, the city announced.
Max Michor covers all things violent and weird after dark in Vegas. He was born and raised in the northwest valley and graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2017.
A Las Vegas woman’s lawsuit claims she was severely burned two years ago after purchasing a cup of hot tea at a McDonald’s restaurant.
A 75-year-old woman died after she was struck by a Regional Transportation Commission bus in downtown Las Vegas late Wednesday night.
A Reno man will serve 60 days of “intermittent confinement” after he pleaded guilty to trafficking a lion skull and leopard, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.
A pigeon wearing a small sombrero has been reported in Reno, demonstrating that no pigeon is safe from unwanted headgear in the Silver State.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal has released a new version of its mobile app that’s faster, easier to use and provides access to more digital content.
A Las Vegas man is suing a local cabinet-making company after a driver backed into a portable toilet he was using.
Local celebrity and former cowboy hat-wearing pigeon Billie the Pidge has died, a local pigeon rescue group says.
Anyone with information on the crash can contact Metro’s crash investigation section at 702-828-3786.
The man’s death marks the fourth traffic-fatality Metro has investigated this year.
On the eve of CES 2020, more than 100 companies crammed into one ballroom at The Mirage Events Center to clamour for media attention ahead of the four-day conference and floor show.
Security remains tight this year at CES, with bag restrictions and security checkpoints in place to manage the more than 170,000 people expected to attend.
Procter Gamble has created a prototype of the app-controlled Roll Bot to deliver a fresh roll of toilet paper to your bathroom in case of an emergency. Until it hits the market, consumers will have to settle for the Charmin Forever Roll, a massive roll of toilet paper that lasts about a month.
Oscar Reyes, 19, and Gerardo Aparicio, 35, are accused of killing 33-year-old Oscar Garcia on Dec. 4 on an apartment patio at a complex on the 3500 block of Folage Drive.