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Health Insurance Available For Some Even After Open EnrollmentConsumers who lost their insurance coverage on December 31, 2017, because their plan is no longer being offered this year can still purchase a plan up until March 1, 2018.
Car Crashes, Driver Fatalities Down In Clark CountyThere were 194 crashes in 2017, down nearly 4 percent from the year prior, with 206 fatalities or 5 percent fewer than in 2016.
Free Helmet Giveaway And Bicycle Safety Event Is SaturdayThe annual event is meant to be a reminder to all children who received bicycles for a holiday gift, that a helmet can save their life, which is how the event began, eight years ago.
Clark County Scraps Proposed McCarran Airport Expressway ProjectClark County has scrapped the idea of building an elevated expressway that leads to McCarran International Airport.
Clark County Already Prepping For Lifeguard And Water Safety ClassesTo be prepared for the upcoming 2018 summer season, the department is now offering training and hiring for lifeguards and water safety instructors.
Southern Nevada's Homeless Population Among Highest NationwideLas Vegas was the smallest city among the 10 cities with the largest homeless populations, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Nevada Allocates $4 Million More to Rape Kit Backlog TestingNevada is awarding $2.7 million to Las Vegas police to continue to pay for testing a backlog of thousands of sexual assault evidence kits, including some that went untested for up to 30 years.
NDOT Breaks Ground On I-15/Starr Avenue ProjectThe project will complete construction of Starr Avenue between Las Vegas Boulevard to the east, and Dean Martin Drive to the west, while building an Interstate 15 bridge over Starr Avenue.
County Recognized As Bicycle Friendly CommunityThe County continues to make strides in making bicycling a safe and convenient option for transportation and recreation.
Commission Suspends Clark County Judge Who Exploded in AngerThe Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline has suspended a Clark County District Court judge for two months without pay and ordered him to undergo a psychiatric exam.
Toddler Dies From Influenza, As Flu Activity Goes Up In Clark CountyThe death happened in a child in the 0-4 age group, and as of November 11, there were a total of 78 confirmed influenza cases reported to the Health District.
NHP: Drivers Need To Buckle Up...Or They'll Be PayingThe National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) nearly 14,000 people's lives in America were saved because they wore their seat belt during 2015.

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