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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.
Quit Smoking For One Day With The Great American SmokeoutThe Southern Nevada Health District encourages smokers to take up the challenge and quit for one day and take steps to commit to a long-term plan to quit for good.
Cross Creator To Be Recognized By County CommissionersCommissioners have declared it "Greg Zanis Day" on the Las Vegas Strip and throughout Clark County, and will present him with a Key to the Las Vegas Strip.
Public Service Announcements Made To Encourage One October VictimsThe Vegas Strong Resiliency Center's goal is to serve as a single point of contact for anyone needing resources or assistance because of the traumatic events of 1 October.
Expect More Road Construction Through The Weekend In Las VegasExpect a full closure of north and south bound U.S. Highway 95 at Martin Luther King Boulevard from 10 p.m., November 13, until 5 a.m., November 14, in downtown Las Vegas.
Rape Crisis Center Gets Help From Wireless Phone CompanyConnecting with family, making travel arrangements, and other communication becomes hampered in these situations, and this contribution will make a huge difference by having a phone available to immediately offer to victims at the hospital.

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