Raiders Stadium Site Seized By HomelessArea residents are now wondering about a homeless encampment that recently formed on the land just west of Interstate 15 where the team and city plan to construct the Raiders' new 65,000-seat domed stadium.
Homeless Count Finds Nearly 6,500 On StreetsThe homeless count was done over two days and nights in January with the help of hundreds of volunteers.
Families In Need Invited To Resource EventFor families in need of housing, healthcare and social services, they're encouraged to attend the Family Connect Free Resource Fair. It will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 6.
Heidi Harris: Homeless CorridorCity of Las Vegas officials want to create a homeless corridor that will house most of the homeless population of Las Vegas and provide household amenities. Officials seem to be mirroring a similar project in San Antonio, TX.
Nevada Partnership For Homeless Youth Helping 14,000 KidsGrant Helps NPHY Expand Services As Homeless Youth Population Grows.
County Seeking Volunteers for Homeless Tallies in Vegas AreaOrganizers say volunteers are needed for an annual effort to count every person living on the streets in and around Las Vegas.
Flip Side of Glitz: Homelessness Gets a Look in Downtown VegasA campus of homeless services, a place for street-dwellers to store belongings, and a mental health hub are some of the ideas being floated to curb chronic homelessness in downtown Las Vegas.
Dunkin Donuts Helps Collect WaterDunkin Donuts is having a bottled water drive for the Salvation Army through July 31st.
Reporting Change Shows Vegas-Area Homelessness About SteadyAfter changing how numbers are reported, officials say they believe a point-in-time count of southern Nevada's homeless population found about the same number of people living on area streets as in previous years.
Police Investigate Sexual Assault Of Homeless Woman Under BridgeSparks police are investigating the sexual assault of a homeless woman under a bridge near the Truckee River.
Warming Stations To Open Wednesday
Children Sleeping Overnight In Dept. Of Child Safety Office BuildingsThe Arizona Department of Child Safety has confirmed that children were sleeping overnight in the Department of Child Safety office buildings when shelters and foster families are not available.