A Clark County official says Las Vegas-area residents have eight more places to get cool this week while the region copes with an excessive heat watch and predictions of record high temperatures.
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LAS VEGAS (CBS) – Officials with Clark County say they are opening several cooling stations around the valley as temperatures soar.
The valley’s homeless population is lower than originally estimated.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — There are more homeless people currently living on the streets of Clark County than there were in 2009, but homelessness overall has dropped by 15 percent since then. A Clark County […]
Officials say the Las Vegas area is going to get more than $6.5 million in federal funds this year for homeless shelter and assistance programs.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Authorities are now confirming what KXNT first reported on Saturday, that a spectacular weekend wildfire in an 84-acre area just east of Sam Boyd Stadium was caused by a homeless camp. No buildings […]
Later this week, volunteers will spend the early morning hours across the Las Vegas Valley to count how many homeless people are on the streets.
An estimated 13,300 homeless people live in the Las Vegas Valley and one group is looking to help them.