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Electric scooters in Clark County? Not so fast

The prospect of bringing a modern transportation phenomenon to Clark County was met with a less contemporary adage: Don’t put the cart before the horse. As cities across the U.S. wrangle with the emerging ride-sharing business, Clark County officials say they are not quite ready to embrace electric


Clark County coroner IDs man found dead at Lake Mead

The Clark County coroner’s office has released the identity of the man who was found dead in a boat at Lake Mead National Recreation Area. Park rangers found Todd Hemthill, 48, dead on a docked boat at the Las Vegas Boat Harbor on Friday afternoon, Lake Mead spokeswoman Christie Vanover said.


I-15 freeway connecting Nevada and CA reopens after snow-related incidents

AFTER multiple crashes due to extreme snowy and icy conditions at the California-Nevada stateline on Monday, Feb. 18, Caltrans has reopened the I-15 freeway after a four-hour closure that caused heavy delays in both directions.


Nevada Highway Patrol releases video of crash injuring trooper

The Nevada Highway Patrol released dashcam and body-worn camera footage from a crash over the weekend that injured a trooper in the northwest Las Vegas Valley. The trooper, Adam Whitmarsh, suffered minor injuries Saturday morning when a Honda CRV driven by a suspected impaired driver hit the back of


Land issues before city council Tuesday

BULLHEAD CITY — The Bullhead City Council will meet today to consider supporting state legislation that would provide for the transfer of some state land to the city. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. in the City Council Chamber, 1255 Marina Blvd.


Clark County puts off decision on off-road enclaves after protests

After criticism from off-roaders and environmentalists, the Clark County Commission has delayed action on a proposal to create three new recreation areas for all-terrain vehicles.


Here For a Good Time

George Strait is one of the most popular, most respected and most influential recording artists in country music history. He is the Gary Cooper of country stars. Handsome, thin, a man of few words, and integrity oozing out of his being.


NDOT Ready for Next Snowfall in Southern Nevada

It's a site you rarely, if ever see here in southern Nevada...snowplows. But the Nevada Department of Transportation has them and they are placing 2 of them at their south maintenance yard at Decatur and Sunset, in preparation for tonight and tomorrows snow and ice. NDOT also says they have a 50-ton


Las Vegas police say suspect admitted killing homeless man

Jarrid Jermaine Johnson walked into the Clark County Detention Center on Christmas Eve morning, then confessed to killing a homeless man and mutilating his body, according to a Las Vegas police document.


Meteorologists say impending storm could be one of the top 10 biggest snowstorms in Arizona

PHOENIX (FOX 10) -- Meteorologists say a storm that is set to hit Arizona late Wednesday night and into Thursday could be one of the top ten biggest snowstorms the state has ever seen.


Northern Nevada prison inmate dies at 73

A 73-year-old man serving prison time for attempted murder died last weekend in Carson City, a corrections release said. Robert Nelson died at 6:14 a.m. Saturday at the Northern Nevada Correctional Center’s medical center, according to the Nevada Department of Corrections. He was committed out of Cl


NHS students’ steak takes first place at Slab-O-Rama

NEEDLES — Folks celebrating Christmas at the Needles Family Fun Fair and others on hand for an open house at Needles Animal Shelter may have experienced some of the delicious baked goods made by students of Delphine Jones’ culinary arts courses at Needles High School. The youngsters expanded into co


Death cause still undetermined for man whose remains were found in desert

Investigators were unable to determine what killed a man whose remains were found in a desert area in the far northeast valley in December. The Clark County coroner’s office said Tuesday it couldn’t determine a cause and manner of death for 61-year-old Jerry Edmund Bechard.


Border Patrol agents apprehend 103 people in remote Arizona desert

U.S. Border Patrol agents detained 103 illegal immigrants that made their way into the U.S. from Central America Monday morning, officials say. The agents stationed in Ajo, Arizona found the group west of Lukeville, consisting of 81 Guatemalans and 22 Hondurans whose ages ranged from one to 56 years


Snow, slick roads and accidents in northeastern Nevada

ELKO – Another snowstorm blew into northeastern Nevada early Wednesday, creating adverse driving conditions on most local highways. Two crashes were reported early Wednesday morning on Interstate 80 near Crescent Valley. Traffic delays were possible at about 5:30 a.m. after an injury accident at mil


Arizona police arrest 9 for child sexual exploitation

SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (AP) — Police in the southern Arizona city of Sierra Vista say they teamed up with local, state and federal agencies to arrest nine people on suspicion of using the internet for child sexual exploitation.


Winter Storm Watches Have Been Issued For All of Northern Arizona Beginning Early Thursday

Winter Storm Watches have been issued for all of Northern Arizona beginning early Thursday and continuing through Friday afternoon. Now is the time to prepare for what will be the biggest winter storm of the season so far!


Cold war in the Sierra Nevada: Marines train for winter operations

Hunkered down behind a wall of snow, two U.S. Marines melt slush to make drinking water after spending the night digging out a defensive position high in the Sierra Nevada. Their laminated targeting map is wedged into the ice just below the machine gun.


Menu of the Needles Regional Senior Center

Under new management. Meals served to those 60 and up from 11:30 a.m. to noon at the Needles Senior Center, 1699 Bailey Ave. Reservations are required, call 760-326-2898 before 8:30 a.m. Pacific. Suggested donation is $3. There is no residency requirement. Pan is played daily at 1 p.m. Line dancing


MAP: 14 gas station skimmers found in Arizona in 2019

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS5) -- Over a dozen gas skimmers have already been found in Arizona in 2019. The Arizona Department of Agriculture indicates 14 gas station skimmers have been reported to Weights and Measures.