One person is dead and another in critical condition after a Sunday evening rollover crash in the east valley.
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The crash happened about 9:10 p.m. at the intersection of Desert Inn Road and Boulder Highway, police said.
A man who died after a Wednesday night shooting in the east Las Vegas Valley has been identified.
The Metropolitan Police Department responded at 2:15 p.m. to the 6300 block of East Sahara Avenue, near South Hollywood Boulevard, for reports of a person shot.
Las Vegas police were called about 8:45 p.m. to 4656 Van Buren Ave., near Owens Avenue and Lamb Boulevard, where a man who had been shot in the head was found dead.
The fire at the southeast valley park was first reported about 7 p.m., and as of 7:30 p.m., Clark County Fire Department officials said they were working to determine the cause.
It’s one thing to listen to a lecture about local history. It’s quite another to hear that lecture surrounded by people who experienced it.
Las Vegas is known for redevelopment, not preservation, so some may be surprised to see whole neighborhoods of midcentury modern homes that are relatively unscathed by urban renewal. The Nevada Preservation Foundation’s Home and History Weekend, April 28-30, will celebrate the architectural and design style.
Las Vegas is packed with tourists in the summer, is the filming location for iconic movies and gets about 80 inches of snow each year.
Las Vegas police chased a car occupied by robbery suspects early Monday in the southeast valley, and a motorcyclist acting as a decoy for the car crashed during the chase.
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