Marvin Clemons, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Marvin Clemons

Las Vegas Review-Journal

Las Vegas, NV, United States

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Recent articles by Marvin:

Utah-bound I-15 traffic slowed by fiber line project

The usual holiday traffic issue is related to California-bound travelers leaving Las Vegas at the end of the weekend. This July 4 weekend it is a bit reversed. → Read More

Lake Mead water decline: 5 things to know

As the western U.S. water situation worsens, here are some things Southern Nevadans need to know. → Read More

Winds around 25 mph, highs near 100 forecast into July 4th weekend

Warm and windy conditions will prevail through much of the holiday weekend in Las Vegas, says the National Weather Service. → Read More

Shrinking Lake Mead reveals World War II-era boat

A sunken World War II-era boat at the center of a popular Lake Mead diving spot and once nearly 200 feet below the lake’s surface, is being exposed as waters keep receding. → Read More

Windy Las Vegas conditions forecast into July 4th weekend

Wind gusts around 30 mph are forecast for Thursday and into the weekend. A smoke advisory has been issued because of fireworks. → Read More

2 factors behind Lake Mead’s slower rate of decline

The precipitous drop of Lake Mead this spring has slowed down in past week. → Read More

SNWA will pay you to remove your grass

If you have outdoor grass, you can remove it and convert to desert landscape — and get paid to do so. → Read More

Houseboat stranded 3 weeks on dry ground at Lake Mead rescued by YouTubers

Owner Craig Miller brought his houseboat in early June to a place for engine repairs, but rapidly declining Lake Mead left him with nothing but sand under his boat. → Read More

Houseboat stranded 3 weeks on dry ground at Lake Mead rescued by YouTubers

Owner Craig Miller brought his houseboat in early June to a place for engine repairs, but rapidly declining Lake Mead left him with nothing but sand under his boat. → Read More

Typical June highs with light winds forecast for Las Vegas

Late June highs around 105 are forecast for the Las Vegas Valley, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Las Vegas warming trend begins Friday

Seasonable temperatures, sunshine and some gusty afternoon winds are expected Friday in the Las Vegas Valley. → Read More

Lake level decline worse than anticipated

A megadrought is draining Lake Mead faster than anticipated. → Read More

Warming trend to hit Las Vegas Valley this week

The weekdays will become increasingly warmer this week, says the National Weather Service. → Read More

Police investigate death of man in far west Las Vegas

The body of an adult man who had trauma was found in the far west valley on Sunday morning, police report. → Read More

Mild temperatures, stiff winds forecast Saturday before calmer Sunday

Saturday will be mild, but potentially dangerous winds are possible while Sunday will be a bit calmer in the Las Vegas Valley. → Read More

Lake Mead’s decline may lead to drastic water cutbacks, feds say

Lake Mead, the source of 90 percent of Southern Nevada’s water, is draining much faster than anticipated, and appears to be getting worse. → Read More

Heat, wind will blast Las Vegas before mild weekend

Prepare for two hot days with plenty of wind in Las Vegas before a cooler weekend, says the National Weather Service. → Read More

Las Vegas winds reach 67 mph, down southwest valley stoplight

Winds gusted to 67 mph on the west side of Las Vegas on Sunday, downing a stoplight at a southwest valley intersection. → Read More

Saturday could see 2nd straight new daily high for Las Vegas

A daily record Las Vegas high that is 66 years old could fall Saturday, although the National Weather Service calls for a tie. No matter what, the heat continues. → Read More

Records may fall as Las Vegas heat wave begins

An excessive heat warning began at 10 a.m. Thursday and runs through Saturday evening. → Read More