(LAS VEGAS)–With temperatures expected to be their coldest this season on Wednesday, warming stations will be open to the public during the day at various locations across the valley in an effort to move the […]
The 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.
Henderson police say they’re investigating the apparent beating death of a man whose body was found in a makeshift homeless encampment.
(Henderson, NV)–Henderson police detectives are investigating the slaying of a transient man found dead in a homeless encampment Thursday night. Two men returned to the encampment in a desert area near Lake Mead Parkway and Warm Springs […]
A southern Nevada program that helps homeless veterans get back on their feet is getting a boost from the U.S. Department of Labor.
A University of Nevada, Reno student who was homeless during part of her time attending high school in North Las Vegas has been named the winner of a prestigious national scholarship worth $30,000.
Hot meals, showers, medical and dental care are just some of the services homeless and at-risk vets can get today and tomorrow as part of the 11th annual Veteran’s Stand Down.
Las Vegas officials are launching an effort to get corporate sponsors to put up $1,000 a year to underwrite the cost of maintaining curbside “Donation Station” collection spots to raise money to benefit the homeless.
The federal government has pledged $6.6 million this year to help the homeless in Southern Nevada.
With budgets thin, and the number of homeless pushing well above 9,000, the city of Las Vegas is recruiting help from the valley’s faith-based organizations.