Organizers expect thousands of homeless people at a Project Homeless Connect aid event at Cashman Center in Las Vegas.
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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In just three days thousands of cupcakes were sold and likewise, thousands of dollars were raised for a one needy valley school.
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.