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Rachel Crosby

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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  • Tampa Bay Times
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Past articles by Rachel:

Plane crash reported in northeast Las Vegas

First responders are at the scene of a plane crash in northeast Las Vegas. → Read More

Tow truck driver hit, killed while working on southern 215 shoulder

A tow truck driver was struck and killed by a vehicle late Tuesday while working on the shoulder of the 215 Beltway in the southern valley. → Read More

Tony Hsieh’s family tried to get him into rehab, Utah records show

Police records show friends and family of Tony Hsieh were concerned about his welfare months before he died, in addition to disturbance calls at his Park City home. → Read More

Escape from building was race against smoke, panic and ‘a ball of fire’

It’s been a year since the dilapidated Alpine Motel Apartments caught fire. New records detail what went wrong and what could have kept six people from dying. → Read More

Escape from Alpine was a race against smoke, panic and ‘a ball of fire’

It’s been a year since the dilapidated Las Vegas apartment building caught fire. New records detail what went wrong and what could have kept six people from dying. → Read More

Rats moved to neighborhoods when COVID shuttered businesses

Exterminators across the Las Vegas Valley are reporting a rise in residential rat calls during the pandemic. → Read More

After COVID surge, OSHA investigates Las Vegas mail facility

Workers at the plant sort all of Southern Nevada’s outgoing mail. The entire second floor of the building was also shut down Friday. → Read More

Postal workers see sudden surge of COVID in recent weeks

Las Vegas postal workers are seeing a surge of COVID-19 cases at the valley’s central processing plant, which sorts all of Southern Nevada’s outgoing mail. → Read More

‘Hero, icon, trailblazer’ — Nevada justices grateful for Ginsburg

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a hero to the four Nevada women who now serve on the state’s historic, female-majority high court. “What a gift,” one said of her. → Read More

Here’s how to help us tell more stories about the state’s COVID victims

Public agencies have refused to identify most who died of COVID-19 in Nevada. The Review-Journal continues to memorialize lives lost — you can help us. → Read More

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