Rachel Crosby, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Rachel Crosby

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Past articles by Rachel:

No terrorism found so far in Nye cell tower inquiry

Nye County authorities have not found terrorism links to cell phone tower downing → Read More

Coronavirus victims in Nevada: Help us tell their stories

Officials are not releasing the names of the people who have died fighting COVID-19. Here’s how you can help tell their stories. → Read More

Some landlords still locking out tenants amid Nevada eviction freeze

Legal advocates say landlords are still harassing tenants at a “record pace” despite Gov. Sisolak’s statewide eviction moratorium issued this week. → Read More

3 Sun City Summerlin residents hospitalized with COVID-19

The 55-and-older community serves about 12,500 people. The patients were hospitalized as of Wednesday night. → Read More

Nevada’s first coronavirus victim: ‘It hit him like a ton of bricks’

The first Nevadan to die from coronavirus was a 69-year-old Chicago Cubs fan and retired Las Vegas business owner. He died alone at MountainView Hospital. → Read More

Dozens of Las Vegas police employees report ‘workplace exposure’

Las Vegas police said on Thursday that 48 employees have experienced “workplace exposure” amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Can Alpine fire survivors collect belongings? A judge will decide

After the December fire left six dead, and a criminal investigation was opened, concerns about evidence preservation and asbestos exposure complicate the issue. → Read More

Lasting memories of a morning that erupted in gunfire

A January 2010 shootout at the federal courthouse in Las Vegas left court security officer Stanley Cooper dead. → Read More

Las Vegas woman died in Alpine Motel fire steps from bolted door

Her body would later be found in the hallway near the back door, according to her nephew, one of six victims killed in the deadliest residential fire in the city’s history. → Read More

Want to see where crime is in Las Vegas? These resources can help

As a former crime reporter, readers sometimes ask me where to live. I don’t have the answer. But before you make a down payment, check out these maps and public meetings. → Read More

1 person dead after police shooting at Henderson apartment complex

A person is dead and a child is hospitalized Monday after a police shooting at a Henderson apartment complex, according to Henderson police. → Read More

1 woman hurt after Henderson police shooting at apartment complex

A woman is in an unknown condition after a police shooting Monday at a Henderson apartment complex, a knowledgeable source told the Las Vegas Review-Journal. → Read More

Las Vegas clothing drive aims to help women seeking employment

A Las Vegas nonprofit is collecting professional clothing so that local women looking to re-enter the workforce can receive fresh interview attire. → Read More

1 person shot multiple times in east Las Vegas, police say

The victim was hospitalized at University Medical Center in an unknown condition after the shooting Tuesday afternoon near an AutoZone store in east Las Vegas. → Read More

Las Vegas landlord threatened eviction before his death, report says

Michael Miller, 19, is accused of shooting his landlord several times, then asking his uncle to help him dispose of the body, according to an arrest report. → Read More

Las Vegas man hospitalized after Friday crash has died

Christian Munoz, 20, of Las Vegas died after being hospitalized, according to the county coroner’s office. Fire crews pulled him from the wreckage. → Read More

Bicyclist killed in Las Vegas hit-and-run crash ID’d

Tyler Charles Burnette died of multiple blunt force injuries, according to the county coroner’s office. Las Vegas police said he was from Bremerton, Washington. → Read More

School bus hits 2 children in crosswalk in central Las Vegas

A Clark County school bus struck two children in a crosswalk on Friday, seriously injuring one. → Read More

Red Rock Canyon free to all Saturday for Public Lands Day

Entrance to the park typically costs $15 for cars, $10 for motorcycles and $5 for bicycles and pedestrians. Since fees are waived Saturday, the park is expecting heavy crowds. → Read More

Las Vegas receives 9/11 Survivor Tree seedling for Oct. 1

Las Vegas received a seedling this month from the 9/11 Survivor Tree, which was pulled from the rubble, nursed back to health and replanted at the New York City memorial. → Read More